CHARACTER ALASKAN MALAMUTE
The Alaskan Malamute is pretty independent, friendly and loyal. They can be a little dominant. Slavishness is unknown to him. His fur protects him excellently against the cold and they may also be kept in a kennel outside the house. The Alaskan Malamute gets along generally well with children. They are basically friendly to everyone, so they are not suitable as a watchdog. Cats are not the appropriate housemates, only when they are familiarised with each other at a young age.
APPEARANCE ALASKAN MALAMUTE
The shoulder height of males is 64 cm and the shoulder height of females is 58 cm. Males weigh about 38 kg and females 31 kg. The Alaskan Malamute has a double stick hairy fur, the outer fur is thick and harsh and the under fur is dense, fatty and woolly.