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Please make sure this is the right breed for you before thinking about buying 

an Alaskan Malamute puppy from me, or any other breeder.  

They are beautiful dogs to own with their “wolf like” similarities ,but this can also lead to them being bought for all the wrong reasons. Too many are being rehomed and going into rescue because the owner has failed to look after them. 

You will see a lot of young puppies from 2-6 months for sale. This is when the puppy has got bigger and the owner is not prepared to train the puppy properly. Leaving the owner to sell the puppy .

In some cases of rehoming, the malamute has got to the age of 1-2 years. It is quite common for a malamute to go through a phase at this age, where they miss behave. This is when the malamute is turning into an adult and wants to challenge you to be Alfa (Leader in the packing order). More commonly shown in males than females, but remember this is only a phase. With reinforced training your malamute will quickly accept its place with 

YOU being in charge.

In order to stop  Alaskan Malamutes being re-homed or sold again, you as the buyer must be absolutely sure about having one.  Alaskan Malamutes can live to 14-16 years old, so don’t rush into buying one . 

Ideal Owner

- Lots of free time to do training with the dog.

-To be firm when the dog is not behaving, and to keep to set rules for the dog to follow.(Being alfa)

-Doesn’t mind dog hair (as they shed their coat twice a year).

-To be able to walk the dog regularly or some form of exercise. 

-To be financially secure and have a suitable home for the dog.

They may look small and cute at 4-6 weeks old ,but they do not stay like that forever.

Alaskan Malamutes have one of the fastest growth rates as puppies. As a adult they will have a thick double coat, and strong “packing order” influences..

Alaskan malamutes where bred and trained in Alaska for sledding for many years.

So naturally all their characteristics are to enhance their survival. 

EG: In freezing temperatures they would have to keep themselves warm and their human companions.






Remember I am always here to help before and after buying a puppy so don’t hessitate 

if you have any questions you would like to ask. 

TEL:01460 282968    MOBILE:07897510666

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- Grow rapidly as puppies. (training straight away)

-Food orientated. (Advisable to feed separately)

- Shed their coat twice a year.( Meaning you will have a bag full of hair in about a 1-2 weeks)

- Do not like heat due to their double thick coat.

-Have lots of energy and need to be kept busy(Mentally as well as physically).

- They are more of a howling dog then barking (especially if an ambulance/ police car/ fire engine goes by.) Quiet for most of the time otherwise.

- Very loyal and intelligent as a breed.

- High prey instinct like most dogs, but can be trained not to chase etc.

- Will dig holes in your garden unless trained not to.

“You only get what you put in. If you train and spend time with the dog , you will have a lovely dog that will be a 

true companion and friend for life.”