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Some information regarding the White Alaskan Malamute
The Malamute is just made to live in the arctic. Deriving from the Inuit people, they were primarily used to help hunt bigger animals such as bear and seals. There bigger size could also allow them to bring back the dead carcasses without much effort.
The overall appearance gives off a very similar sytle to the husky. It's fairly easy to mistaken them for a wolf as they have similar traits. The coat is double thick as they can survive harsh climates.
The White Malamute is a very friendly breed. They love to be socialble and can show much loyalty to their owners. However they are energetive and strong willed dogs so be prepared to train often. They are also hunting dogs so be careful if you have small pets such as a cat as they can attack them, even if its just playful banter.
The history of the white alaskan malamute dtes back to Alaska. Because their origins come from the Intuits, it is believe that this makes them one of the oldest dogs in North America. As far as types, they are classified as a Spitz which include other breeds like the Akita and Chow Chow. They are most notably suited for cold climates making them perfect dogs for the eskimos.
Many people fear the white malamute as they can be quite intimidating. As a bigger breed, they have a the ability to tackle people just by being playful. So watch closely if you have little kids as they could get dominated.
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