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Husky Argues About Taking A Bath
Two Malamute pups
Polar bears and dogs playing
Alaskan Malamute You are here: Home / Dogs / Alaskan Malamute – Gracious Dog The Alaskan Malamute is a generally large breed of domestic dog originally bred for use as an Alaskan sled dog. It is sometimes mistaken for a Siberian Husky, but in fact is quite different in many ways. The American Kennel Club (AKC) breed standard calls for a natural range of size, with a desired freighting size of 23 inches and 75 pounds for females, 25 inches and 85 pounds for males. Heavier individuals and dogs smaller than 75 pounds are commonly seen. There is often a marked size difference between males and females. Alaskan Malamute
Husky Sunrise
The Most Annoyingly Cute Thing Ever The Most Annoyingly Cute Thing Ever Sometimes, you just need somebody to hold your hand—err, paw. This beautiful, if slightly neurotic, purebred Siberian husky has developed the "Most Annoyingly Cute" habit of holding her owner's hand while he's driving. According to the YouTube description, the dog started doing this when she was 9 months old. Her owner believes that she can tell when they're on their way to his parents' house where he leaves his dog for a few hours to go to work. Not being able to bear the impending separation, the husky reaches for a hand to comfort her. "She truly is the best thing that has happened to my life up till now," the owner writes.
Husky Goes Crazy In Pile Of Autumn Leaves
Tamaskan Dog Tamaskan Dog The Tamaskan Dog is a crossbred dog of sleddog type, originating from Finland, and as of 27 November 2013, has been recognized by the American Rare Breed Association, and the Kennel Club of the United States of America, two related dog fancier and pedigree registries.[1][2] It is a highly versatile dog that can excel in agility, obedience and working trials. It is also capable of pulling sleds, which is inherited from its Siberian Husky and Alaskan Malamute ancestors. Morphologically, Tamaskans have been bred to look like wolves and have a notable lupine appearance. Although there are a little over 400 registered Tamaskan Dogs worldwide, increasing interest has resulted in their spread throughout continental Europe, the UK and the USA, as well as Canada and Australia.
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A Doggy Lullaby for a Crying Baby
Siberian Husky Puppy
Husky Vs Cat
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