Alaskan Malamute is in demand in northern latitudes as a sled dog for carrying heavy loads. This ancient breed is distinguished by its large size, working capacity, and firm temperament, combined with friendliness and sociability. While walking, malamutes attract admiring glances from others, but people often confuse them with Siberian huskies. The main qualities of the Alaskan Malamute are the extraordinary strength of the limb and the enormous pulling ability, but it must be admitted that he is so dearly loved by everyone because of his pretty fluffy!
Malamute is a born digger. If you settle this native of Alaska in your yard, be prepared for the fact that trees, shrubs, and a vegetable garden may suffer from his “digging” activities. He can easily make a hole under the fence and escape into the street.