Alaskan Malamutes are loyal, friendly, intelligent and affectionate. They are quieter than most dogs but tend to howl. They also can be challenging to potty train. Because of their friendliness, they are not commonly recommended for guard work. 13 февр. 2016 г.
Do Malamutes bond with one person?
As the dogs of a peaceful, nomadic people, Malamutes do not guard property and virtually always extend a tail-wagging, face-licking welcome to strangers. These dogs develop deep, complex attachments to their owners, but are not one-person dogs. Adult rescue Malamutes readily bond with their adoptive owners.
Are Alaskan Malamutes loyal dogs?
Despite their large stature and wolf look, the Alaskan Malamute is extremely friendly even to strangers, so don't count on them to guard the house. Malamutes are loyal as they are pack animals, so they are more than willing to participate in any activity with their human pack.
Are Malamutes protective of their owners?
Still the perfect Eskimo dog, this dog breed continues to protect people living in Alaska from wild animals. While they have a strong-willed and aggressive demeanor when protecting their families against animals, they are often excessively friendly when encountering humans.
Why shouldn't you buy a Malamute?
Like any other dog breed, Alaskan Malamutes puppies are susceptible to a host of health problems when they grow up. Their large size puts them at risk for a few different joint issues. One of the most common is hip dysplasia. This condition happens when the hip joints become malformed.