MUTTS aren't breeds! No mongrel can be predicted for ANY trait. Nothing but a Mal looks like a Mal!
8 Answers · Pets · 15/06/2011
I'm sure there are. They're just sorta rare and hard to find in general.
3 Answers · Pets · 15/08/2011
I used to live in BC, I've seen a lot of Malamutes and other dogs with thick heavy coats that were just fine even during the summer. Worst case, take your dog to the beach to cool down!
3 Answers · Pets · 23/05/2014
These links might help: http://www.alaskankleekai.co.uk/ and http://www.champdogsforum.co.uk/board/topic/397.html Be aware that just because someone is a member of a club, doesn't guarantee they are a responsible breeder. So be sure to ask about hereditary testing...
5 Answers · Pets · 22/01/2012
Unless it is neglected and not cared for it will not die, although these dogs are built to handle the cold they can adapt and acclimatize. When bringing an arctic dog into a non-arctic environment you would need to watch them, make sure they stay...
3 Answers · Pets · 19/01/2009
is it poison Ivy? Or a hot spot. My dog used to get hot spots that were similar to that, but they would be very pink and sometimes bloody. I have a spray for it now. He hasn't had any for a long time. The spray cooled it and...
4 Answers · Pets · 07/01/2007
2-3 cups a day...watch how much he eats..he should eat w/e u put in front of him within 15 mins..if not take w/e is left over away and thats how u know how much he needs..also he needs to be fed 3 times a day!
4 Answers · Pets · 18/10/2008