Alaskan Malamute is in demand in northern latitudes as a sled dog for transporting heavy loads. This ancient breed is distinguished by its large size, working capacity, and strong character, 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!
The spectacular appearance, invariably attracting attention, is complemented by irrepressible energy, which can only be mastered by experienced lovers of this breed, who have a subtle sense of the psychology of their pets. These northern giants treat people good-naturedly but strive to dominate them. In everyday life, such a character trait is not considered positive, but in extreme situations, this is a big plus. There are cases when, thanks to the ability to make independent decisions, the dog saved the lives of its owners.
The Malamute has a lot in common with the husky: both dogs have a wayward character, many even confuse these breeds. But the differences between them are not so difficult to find. The Malamute is taller, it has more weight, and the bone is wider than that of the husky. All these qualities make the Alaskan handsome man much more enduring than his closest brother: with a heavy harness, he can run even for a whole day. In representatives of these breeds, wool is also different, in Malamutes it is longer and thicker. But the color is almost identical.
This is a robustly built dog with a muscular body, densely covered with thick hair. The breed also has a large head and deep chest. The height at the withers and weight in males and bitches are different: 63.5 and 58.5 centimeters and 38 and 34 kg, respectively. Looking at the puppies, it's hard to believe that huge and energetic dogs grow out of them. Malamutes in childhood are plush bumps that evoke affection.