The largest of the Arctic dogs is the Alaskan Malamute. This sturdy canine has a plumed tail that is carried over its back and a robust, muscular build. The ears stand proudly on a large head.

The eyes are almond-shaped and dark brown; they are set at an oblique angle in the skull; and they are of medium size. The dog proudly displays a wolf figurine that features a nice, gentle expression.

The Alaskan Malamute is devoted to its master, has a high IQ, and loves to cuddle. If the kids are old enough, he's fantastic with them.

This breed does well in a pack environment with humans who are strong, self-assured, and consistent. Some canines can be more challenging than others to housetrain.

Because of their boundless vitality, Alaskan Malamutes need regular, strenuous exercise. They may exhibit agitated, destructive behaviour if you plan to leave them at home while you are at work.

      The breed of dog in question is quite sensitive, so it's important to give it lots of attention and room to run around. They're not the best choice for people who live in apartments because they shed a lot and require regular care.

The dog's coat is typically lighter, although it often includes darker accents and a mask or cap. A white coloration predominates on the legs and muzzle.

This breed does best with humans that are strong, sure of themselves, and constant in their pack leadership. Some canines can be more challenging than others to housetrain.

It is not advised to bring an Alaskan Malamute into an apartment. The minimum requirement is a sizable outside area, as they are extremely active even while indoors.

Daily long walks are an excellent form of exercise for Malamutes. But in hot temperatures, moderation is key.

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