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Alaskan Malamute Wall Calendar 2019 by Avonside
Alaskan Malamute Calendars
What You Need to Know about The Alaskan Malamute - Is it the Right Dog for You?
If you are into large and furry dog breeds, then you can never go wrong with an
. These dogs are some of the biggest canines out there and rightfully so when they were initially bred as sled dogs in the cold Arctic. Before you get one though, there are a few things that you ought to know about them.
The Alaskan Malamutes are stunningly large and beautiful breed of dogs. They can weight at least 75 pounds, so you have got to be sure that you have space and means to raise such a large animal.
Now judging by appearance alone, it is evident that Alaskan Malamutes are best suited for the cold climate. This is mainly due to its very thick coat and undercoat. Their coats can be a variety of primary colors, such as grey, black, red and sable. The primary color is continuously paired with white in these canines. If you are trying to find a purebred Alaskan Malamute, it should always have brown eyes. The tail should plume up over the back and have a great deal of fur to keep the pet's face warm even in freezing temperatures.
Do they make good house pets?
If you are thinking about an Alaskan Malamute as a house family pet, there are a few things to be aware of. They can be excellent with kids, however, might not take well to kids that tend to annoy or tease them.
Alaskan Malamutes are incredibly active as young puppies and need a great deal of room to run and play. You will need a big lawn with a good fence. Know that they can be destructive if ignored or confined in a small area. Regular exercise is essential as they are bred as sizeable working type dogs. Any pent up energy needs to go somewhere, so it is either an hour of exercise or your couch -- you decide. Still, with some obedience training and proper handling, they usually turn into gentle mild-mannered dogs.
Potential health problems
Overheating is a common concern with Alaskan Malamutes. Their thick undercoat sheds for warmer weather. Ensure that your canine has lots of shade and fresh water during warmer months.
Alaskan Malamutes are generally healthy canines with little health concerns to worry about. They eat as much as you provide and can get somewhat bloated and obese. They only require a surprisingly small amount of food, so be careful not to overfeed them.
You’ll find exactly that within these
Alaskan Malamute calendars
with photographs of these beautiful animals in a range of activities. Within these Alaskan malamute calendars, you’ll enjoy 12 months of amazing photography, which makes them an excellent option as a gift, or for use in your own home.
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