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Can Malamutes be inside dogs?

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They do well living inside a home because they keep their coats clean and are easy to housetrain. Not surprisingly, Malamutes are sensitive to heat. They're Arctic dogs, not designed by nature to live in hot, humid environments.

Can you leave a Malamute home alone?

Malamutes don't relish being left alone, and will become destructive if you leave them for half a day or a full day. They can be alone for a few hours as long as they are well exercised beforehand.

Can Alaskan Malamutes be off leash?

First of all, forget all the myths that Malamutes cannot be trained properly, should never be let off the leash, etc. The two basic things you have to understand is that Malamutes are made of two instincts: pack dog and survival, both averaging at roughly 50%, depending on the mood, situation and environment. ...

Is Alaskan Malamute a good family dog?

Malamutes also make great family pets and are good with children. Their large size and high energy means that they can overpower small children though, so they're best for households with kids over the age of 5.

Are Malamute dogs aggressive?

Alaskan Malamutes are generally not aggressive dogs, but aggressiveness in dogs does not only depend of the breed of the dog, in most cases depends on the way of bringing. When we talking about behavior of the people, Malamutes are very calm dogs, especially when children are around.

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