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|Rescue Me ID: 17-01-11-00018Stella (female)|
Stella is 24mths old and playful. She has a good amount of energy and we walk her at least 3 miles a day on leash. Stella is trained in basic commands. She has excellent recall off leash so we can run her in off leash dog parks. She really is smart and is happy to learn as long as she knows you're in charge! Stella has a strong prey drive and is very dominant. We have had her since about 18wks old, and she's been around our other dogs (adult Siberian husky and a golden) constantly. She has been socialized at an off leash dog park and in obedience class. Unfortunately she treats aggressive small dogs as prey, forcing us to muzzle her when at the dog park. She also is aggressive towards our female golden retriever. The golden weighs only 50lbs and is no match for Stella. This aggression has grown more frequent and requires a muzzle when the dogs are around each other. So, both dogs are miserable. I believe the best thing for Stella is a home where she is an only dog, or at least around other dogs her size. She does go submissive to a dominate male, such as our Siberian. We foster rescued dogs though an organization locally. We specialize in injured and convalescing dogs and Stella puts them at risk. We rescued Stella ourselves, her owner could not handle her but she was happy and healthy. We intended to give her a forever home here with us, but our other animals are under a lot of stress because of her natural aggressive ness. She is a beautiful, affectionate, exuberant girl who deserves a home better suited to her personality. (Less)
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|PIease Read Before Adopting an Alaskan Malamute in Alaska|
Alaskan Malamute Dogs can make good pets in Alaska if they match your IifestyIe. The Alaskan Malamute is an extremely friendly, large breed. Alaskan Malamutes are wonderful with older children. Alaskan Malamutes like to roam outside and need a large yard or acreage. Fences should be high with a buried base, since Alaskan Malamutes like to dig and can get out easily. The Alaskan Malamute is rowdy as a puppy but calms down as an adult dog. Human companionship is important as Alaskan Malamutes can get into trouble and ruin property if not given enough attention. Alaskan Malamutes need to be socialized with children and other dogs at an early age. Alaskan Malamutes, especially males, can be very dominant and may fight with other dogs if not exposed to them when young.
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