Meet The Giant Alaskan Malamute – The 40kg Arctic Sled Dog

We can all agree that dogs are great, loyal, affectionate, and cute, and what’s not to adore about them? A video of a big Alaskan Malamute being groomed has gone viral, and netizens are enjoying it! Check it out for yourself: What exactly is an Alaskan Malamute?

The origins of these dogs may be traced back thousands of years. The earliest immigrants in North America kept these puppies for labor and as friends 5000 years ago. They are linked to other well-known breeds such as Siberian Huskies, Samoyeds, and even Labrador retrievers. It takes a lot of effort to keep one of your own. They require daily activity because they are sled dogs. They don’t bark very frequently, but when they do, they may be quite loud and boisterous. Of course, they’ve been used on Arctic trips in the past, so they’re used to being cold.

They assisted early North American immigrants in hunting, chasing, towing gear, towing sleds, and locating possible bears.

They were used to bring supplies to the French army and detect mines from isolated mountain outposts during World War I and World War II.

Here is the video about malamutes!

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