How big do Alaskan Malamute get?



There is a widespread argument that the dog's man is the best friend. Yes, it seems is true. Dog can understand your emotions, your behavior, your desires and fears, and besides all that, he loves you unconditionally. People and dogs live together for a very long time. They made friends first of all for mutual benefit and for love. If there was no Malamutes of Alaska, people from the tribe of Mahlemut would not be able to convey a heavy burden.
The Alaskan Malamutes were in charge of dragging sledge at great intervals and under extreme conditions.

Alaskan Malamutes are very large, strong and enduring dogs. They have a wide chest and developed and strong muscles on the back. Since this race is adapted to live in cold weather conditions, Alaskan Malamutes have dense fur that can be black, gray and brown, although they have white marks per head.

Alaskan Malamute is a large and powerful dog. The size of male Malamute is usually 22-27.5 inches (56-70cm), and it can weight about 65-85 lbs (29.5-38.5 kg)
The size of female Alaskan is usually 20-23 inches (51-58.5cm), and weight about 50-70 lbs (22.5-32 kg).

Regardless of their size, Alaskans Malamutes love people. The owner of Malamute must have a yard or some great space in which this dog would enjoy. Although they are big dogs, the Malamutes adore to be lazy and to be in the company of people.



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