Alaskan malamute

Should You Adopt a Dog from a Rescue or Purchase from a Breeder?

Should You Adopt a Dog from a Rescue or Purchase from a Breeder?

Rescue organizations do incredible work and so deserve to be supported. Dogs that otherwise would undoubtedly be euthanized find loving and caring homes through their work. People who go through a rescue organization to adopt are doubly rewarded, both for saving the dog and for years of wonderful loving canine companionship. I love the work rescue organizations do, and I also love there are responsible, careful breeders out there who work diligently to ensure the survival and propagation of the breed they have chosen as theirs. Through careful selection and breeding, they ensure the breed standard is upheld and carry…
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Breed Center Stage – Alaskan Malamute

Breed Center Stage – Alaskan Malamute

With their striking appearance accented by their almond shaped brown eyes, Alaskan Malamutes are very strong and are capable of pulling extremely heavy loads. These decendents of the arctic sled dog are affectionate pack animals who are loyal to their human families and particularly good with children. Many people mistakenly believe that Malamutes are used for sled dog racing. But they are not racing dogs, as their talent is in their ability to pull heavy loads over long distances, not racing. In spite of the breed’s popularity today, during World War II, the breed nearly became extinct. In 1947, there…
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