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see Alaskan malamuteAlaskan malamute
, breed of strong, compact working dog believed to be one of the oldest arctic sled dogs. It stands about 23 in. (58.2 cm) high at the shoulder and weighs from 70 to 85 lb (31.75–38.5 kg).
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Officers seized the family dog, an Alaskan malamute - not listed under the Dangerous Dogs Act - from the property.
They can be bred by crossing wolves with a range of dog breeds, including German shepherds, akitas, malamutes, huskies and inuits.
PRINCETON - The Board of Selectmen voted to spare 1-year-old Alaskan malamute Sunny until a behavioral evaluation is done after the dog's second attack in less than a month.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention compiled a list of dogs most likely to bite: pit bulls, Rottweilers, German shepherds, huskies, Alaskan malamutes, Doberman pinschers, chow chows, Great Danes, St.
Malamutes are not supposed to bark, but somehow Red learned how.
Nicola and John Gaynor were horrified when they saw their nine-year-old Alaskan Malamute was totally bald.
The remaining 17 malamutes are being cared for at a Simi Valley kennel, where Tina Dunn takes in malamutes that have been abandoned or given up by their owners.
The Wonderful World of Dogs" will show what it means to "work like a dog" with a weight-pulling contest for Alaskan malamutes and a demonstration of how canines are used to sniff out drugs and other contraband by the search-and-rescue dogs of the Orange County Sheriff's Department.
BRED to haul sleds across the Arctic and more powerfully built than the Siberian Husky, malamutes can weigh up to 100lb and stand more than 2ft tall.
Weiss, the series centers around retired Chicago detective Hugh Winslow who moves with his wife to the solitude of Lodgepole, Montana, where he plans to indulge his hobby of painting and raising his two malamutes.
Alaskan Malamutes have become popular as family pets, but they were originally bred as sled dogs for work in the Arctic.
SSDR tackle Snowdon MEMBERS of Saints Sled Dog Rescue (SSDR) are taking part in a sponsored walk up Snowdon this Saturday, June 6, in a bid to raise funds and awareness to the plight of the Siberian huskies and Alaskan malamutes that they help, and the great need for more volunteers who can help in many ways including fostering, carrying out home checks and transport.