Alaskan Malamute

Origin: United States

Life Expectancy: 12-14years

Height Range: 23 – 28 inches

Weight Range: 85 – 125 Ibs

Colors: Grey (light through dark) and even gold through dark red. White underbody, also on legs, feet, and face.

Temperament: Very rambunctious, extremely loyal, intelligent, sweet and affectionate dogs towards their master. Tend to mature into a dignified mellow adult dog. These dogs are very friendly and would not make a great guard dog. Quiet compared to most dogs but do love to howl and dig. A secure backyard would be most suitable for this type of breed.

Trainability: Intelligent, but obediance training is highly recommended.

Health: Generally a very healthy breed. Prone to bloat and dwarfism.

With Other Animals: Can be aggressive with other animals unless trained not to.

Children: Good, some supervision with infants and toddlers. Great with children who can play safely.

Climate: Excellent for cold climates.

Indoor/Outdoor: Needs alot of room outdoors. Not recommended for apartment life. Needs exercise daily and should be careful to keep dog cool in hot climates.

Grooming: Requires brushing very often. Twice a week would be adequate.


Read more about the Alaskan Malamute

Alaskan Malamute History – Alaskan Malamutes can adapt quickly and easily to different living environments. In addition, they are loyal, affectionate and playful dogs; they love being around people, especially children but they are also highly independent…read more
Alaskan Malamute Temperament – As its name suggests, the Alaskan Malamute breed originates from the United States’ northernmost state, Alaska. Believed to be first utilized by and named after the Mahlemuit Inuit tribe living in the upper regions of that …read more


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