An Alaskan Malamute can reach its full size within 2 years. According to AKC dog breed information, an adult male dog typically grows up to weigh around 38 kg or 85 lbs. According to the kennel club, a female fully-grown malamute should typically weigh around 34 kg or 86 lbs.
What age is a Malamute fully grown?
Are you wondering when your Alaskan Malamute will be fully grown? On average, an Alaskan Malamute is fully grown between the ages of 18 months and 2 years. However, your Alaskan may grow slightly faster or slightly slower with females weighing about 10 pounds less than their male counterparts.
How big do Malamutes grow?
Males stand 25 inches high at the shoulder and should weigh about 85 pounds; females tend to stand 23 inches high and weigh about 75 pounds.
How big do malamute puppies get?
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Are Malamutes cuddly?
3. How Friendly Are They? Alaskan Malamutes are loyal, friendly, intelligent and affectionate. They are quieter than most dogs but tend to howl.