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malamute:

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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The court was told that on February 28 this year a woman was walking her miniature schnauzer along Hallaton Drive when she was approached by a large Alaskan malamute type dog.
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The court heard she had owned the Malamute dog for a year and that she had had the small animals for 18 months.
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Their current malamute, which had been mistreated, was named "Jake." But the dog suffered from such anxiety "that we decided to build up his self-esteem by renaming him 'Thor.'"
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MILLBURY -- Selectmen on June 10 ordered a pit-bull mix owned by Jean Barbieri, of Katherine Street, and two malamute huskies cared for by Susan Dolegiewicz, of Benton Street, declared public nuisances.