Alaska Malamute


The Life of Animals | Alaska Malamute | American Kennel Club (AKC) breed standard describes the natural range of sizes, with the required load 23 inches (58 cm) and 75 pounds (34 kg) for women and 25 inches (64 cm) and pound (39 kg 85) for men. Heavier individuals (90 lb (41 kg)) and dogs less than 75 pounds (34 kg), usually visible. Alaska Malamute coat is a double coat. In Nursing Alaska Malamute dog eyed, heavy, with a formidable character and structure Siberian Husky dogs are small and thin, with the ability to have blue eyes and brown bi-, is an excellent backbone and bred specifically for speed. Alaska malamute for power and force that its original function, and what the breed standard calls Alaskan Malamute breeders bred. Conventional color in different shades of gray and black, sable and white, black and white printing and white, red and black, or solid white. Alaskan Malamute almond-shaped eyes and various shades of brown, but the best dark eyes.

According to the AKC breed standard, Malamute tail is well feathered and on the back as "waving plume" performed. Welfare state malamute coat helps keep warm as they roll in the snow. Malamute is generally slower for endurance racing sled dog racing and less likely limited its usefulness for charter work or travel long distances at a rate much slower than needed for racing. Malamute retains more of its original form and function of many modern breeds. Personality Malamute is a strong independence. If a dog owner can not with a dog that does not comply with all orders of the owner can not cope, you should choose a resilient breed. Many owners malamutov noticed this behavior with smaller animals, though some believe it.

Malamute is sailing around furniture and smaller items, making them ideal house dogs, provided that they spend time outdoors meeting their considerable exercise to dogs if a year to make the Games a cool outdoor baby pool with cold water remains summer Malamute usually silent dog rarely barks. When Malamute vocalizations, it often seems that "talking" vocalizations "Woo Woo" sound. Malamute is a descendant of dogs Mahlemut (or more often than Kuuvangmiut Kobuk known) group than in Western Alaska Inupiat. These dogs had a prominent role with their human companions as a working dog, working, hunting dogs and live with the people for their excellent hunting abilities have been known and used for hunting large predators such as bears.

For a short period during the Klondike Gold Rush of 1896, Malamute and other sled dogs became extremely valuable recently landed prospectors and settlers, and often crossed with imported breeds. It does not seem to have had a lasting impact on the modern Malamute, and recent DNA analysis shows that malamute one of the oldest dog breeds genetically from other dog breeds. Malamute dog has a long history of helping Admiral Richard Byrd to the South Pole, and the miners who came to Alaska during the gold rush of 1896, when he was in World War II primarily as search and rescue dogs in Greenland and Dogs packaging charter and Europe used. This dog never destined to become a sled dog race, but for heavy loads, pulling hundreds (if not thousands) of pounds of supplies to villages and camps in groups of at least 4 dogs for heavy loads.Alaska Malamute is a member of the Spitz family of dogs traced back 2,000 to 3,000 years stem Mahlemuits Alaska. In 2010, Alaska Malamute the official state dog was named Alaska. 

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