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🌌 Discover the Legendary Alaskan Dogs Breeds

Alaskan Dog Breeds

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Learn Interesting facts of Alaskan dog Breeds.

🐶 Alaskan Husky

The Alaskan Husky originated in Alaska. This dog is predominantly used for sled racing and sled pulling for its impeccable speed. They cross various dogs comprising the Siberian Husky, Border Collie, German Shepherd, and more. They are usually grey, black and white, red or cream in the shade with solid or multi-coloured tones. These Alaskan Dog Breeds have heavy undercoats, which protect them from the harsh weather and from pulling a sled. They weigh about (44 – 66) pounds and have a height of (23 – 26) inches. It has bushy tails and a Husky howl which is rather like a wolf’s one. They are pack dogs and are a good fit with families having other dogs and older children. These dogs are highly proactive and a quieter version of other Huskies.

🐶 Alaskan Malamute

The powerful Alaskan Malamute originated in Alaska. The Malamutes were bred for their endurance to carry a heavy load as a sled dog and hound. They are heavy dogs with double-thick coats and a rich, lush undercoat. These dogs have a compact, sturdy frame with structured bone and snowshoe feet. They weigh about (75-84) lbs and rise about (23-25) inches. These Alaskan Dog Breeds are Grey, black, ebony, or red shades with always white or even all-white shades. They are quiet dogs, fond of people, making them suitable for families. Their temperament is friendly, playful, devoted, dignified, affectionate, and loyal. These dogs have a unique vocalised “woo woo” sound, which seems to be talking. They have a general lifespan of upto 10 to 12 years.

🐶 Alusky

🐶 Alaskan Klee Kai