Alaskan Malamute

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The Kennel Club Dog Breeds

The Alaskan Malamute ranks 59 out of 193 according to The Kennel Club website, and males grow to approximately 25 inches in height while females grow approximately 23 inches in height. Males grow in weight to about 85 pounds, and the females weight usually is not far behind approximately 75 pounds. Many people are surprised to find out the lifespan of this breed of dog is between 10-14 years old, so as a family pet this breed can be a part of your family for a very long time.

Alaskan Malamute

At one time this breed of dog was most known as a sled dog, but today you will find them as a member of many families as the family pet. You will find them as pack animals which are affectionate and loyal to their pack family, you will find adding them to your family as a pup is your best strategy. The pup which grows up with the children in their pack are very loyal and protective, and a bonus is they are extremely playful and gentle with children.

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The Kennel Club Dog Breeds

Precious Pets Nutrition Tips

As for all dog breeds I recommend you feed them only all natural pet food, and I always check for my Rottweiler the main ingredient to be meat. I never purchase any food products for my own dog with soy, wheat or any artificial ingredients, and my Rottweiler now is over eight years old and still has a healthy, shiny coat and energy just like when he was a puppy. I warn you all to be even more careful with the treats you purchase, and more pets have become ill from treats than any other pet products on the market today. You will also want to avoid using products with chemicals as much as possible on your pet, and I recommend you go for natural pet products whenever you possibly can.

People Foods Safe For Your Dog

In the past I would never have given my Rottweiler people food, and the reason for this is I was brought up that people food was harmful for dogs. Well over the years this has become a huge topic among pet owners, and now even some vets will tell you some people food in moderation is actually healthy for your dog. So the key here is you must learn which foods are healthy and here is a list of some foods vets are now saying is okay to give to your dog.

  • Small Amount Of Plain Bread Raisin Bread Is A No No
  • A Few Cashews At A Time
  • Cheese In Small Amounts
  • Coconut
  • Coconut Milk
  • Coconut Oil
  • Corn
  • Fully-Cooked Eggs
  • Salmon
  • Sardines
  • Honey
  • Peanut Butter
  • Unsalted, Unbuttered Popcorn
  • Pork
  • Quinoa
  • Tuna
  • Turkey
  • Yogurt

Actually, now I give my Rottweiler some foods on this list as treats instead of the ones you purchase in the stores, and I have found my dog has a much healthier digestive system. I mainly give him a bite or two of the grass-fed meats I am having for my own meal that day, and even though there is no evidence wheat and grains is not good for them I find my Rottweiler has trouble digesting grains. So if your pet is showing digestive issues, I suggest you try a grain-free pet food and see if that improves their digestive system.

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Grass-Fed Meats Is The Best Treat To Give Your Dog Instead Of Store-Bought Treats

Free AKC e-Book

The American Kennel Club offers this free AKC e-Book which is the all-purpose grooming tool kit for pet owners, so if you are interested in this Free e-Book you can download it with this free link. Just scroll to the bottom of the page this link takes you to for the free download.

Precious Pets Grooming Tips

There is no doubt you will fall in love with the beautiful coat of this dog breed, but as a family pet you must realize this beautiful fur does not stay such eye-appealing without constant care. If you add this breed to your family, you will need to put in daily maintenance time, and the best tools to do this is the pin brush and the metal comb. Regular bathing is recommended and regular nail trimming, and this is your best strategy to keep up with their shedding indoors from being an overwhelming chore.

Precious Pets Exercise Tips

The Alaskan Malamute does require daily exercise to remain healthy and happy, but you can exercise your family pet easy by taking them along on hiking trips. Many owners find this breed is a great companion for runners and believe it or not they love to go swimming with their pack during the summer.

Lavender And CBD Oil For Pets

As you can tell by reading my pet care articles, I am a big believer in natural pet products, and the same goes for using essential oils and CBD oil. I use approximately 10-20 drops of lavender oil in a spray bottle filled with water on my Rottweiler, and I have never had to purchase store-bought flea products for him. Lavender oil has a natural way of repelling insects and fleas from your dog, and even better what dog smells better than a dog sprayed with lavender oil and water? As for CBD oil you want a hemp seed oil without marijuana, but with high quality CBD oil for the best results for your pet. For more information you can check out this website.

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The Alaskan Malamute is one of my favorite dog breeds, and these make awesome family pets. You can find a great companion by adding this breed to your family, but beware if you are looking for a fierce guard dog this might not be the best choice. Most of these breeds love everyone, so even though they are protective of their pack they usually don’t make the best guard dogs. You also should consider the upkeep to keep them looking their best, but you really can’t go wrong adding this one as a family pet.

Thank You

Jeff

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