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    Malamute Puppies For Sale: Breed Tips

    Articledog breed guidesWednesday 18 May 2011

    Malamute Breed Information

    Malamutes for Sale

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    Browsing the internet for Malamute puppies for sale? These lively, active dogs can make great companion dogs – so read this guide to learn more about the characteristics of the breed and for advice on the training techniques required to discipline an Alaskan Malamute puppy during the early stages of ownership.

    Alaskan Malamute Puppies: Why Buy?


    The Alaskan Malamute is a large breed of dog which is often mistakenly confused with the Siberian Husky –  these dogs share few characteristics beyond their appearance with that particular breed.


    Alaskan Malamute puppies will reach a size of 25 inches and a weight of around 40kg once they reach maturity. The distinguishing feature of the Malamute is the coat – it’s a dense, double thick northern coat which reflects the hostile surroundings of the Malamute’s place of origin. Malamute puppies can vary in colour, but the majority of dogs will be in shades of black, white, sable and grey.

    Originally, Malamutes were used as a working breed, primarily as sled dogs for personal travel and transporting heavy goods across rural Alaska. However, today the majority of Malamute puppies will be bred purely as companion bets, and they will make for extremely loyal members of the family.

    Provided they are trained from an early age, Malamutes will generally be safe around both young children and other people – however some may have a tendency to attack smaller animals, so if you have other household pets, you’ll need to introduce the dog to them under close observation and allow training time to curb this behaviour.

    Malamute puppies will grow to be faithful companions, but the onus will be on you to provide these active dogs with the amount of exercise they need to stay happy. An Alaskan Malamute puppy will also be fairly quiet in comparison to other breeds, so barking shouldn’t prove an issue, and most dogs will respond quickly to obedience training. Of course, as a result of their natural environment, these dogs love snow, so if winter brings a large covering, make the most of it.


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