Dog Walker Randpark Ridge – Happy Alaskan Malamutes, Dulux and Belle were excited as ever to be going on their morning walk! They are some of the happiest pups we know! They had a relaxed walk of the area, which is really nice in the morning as it’s not too hot for these two. Because of their thick coats, we try to stick to shady areas, to make the walk more pleasant for them. Judging by their tongues, we’d say they’re pretty happy!
Did You Know?
No breed is as loyal, intelligent or beautiful than the strong, “Alaskan Malamute”. Bred to survive, and used for pulling in the cold arctic, Malamutes adapted to being companions to adults and families with children in modern times. Seldom protective, but friendly, charming and playful – Malamutes love people. The Alaskan Malamute is one of the few products of evolution in the world of dogs, and survival of the fittest produced the breed as we know it to be today. The name was derived from an Inuit tribe of Eskimos known as “Mahlemuits”. The Alaskan Malamute is believed to be the oldest breed on the North American continent with bone and ivory carvings depicting the Malamute as he is today, dating back twenty thousand years. It is also believed to be the breed longest associated with man.
Source: The Alaskan Malamute Club