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624 Alaskan Malamute Dogs have been adopted on Rescue Me!
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|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-30-00120Maya (female)|
Maya is an energetic 3-year-old female Alaskan Malamute. She was our daughters dog, but we took her in when our daughter moved away to the big city into an apartment that did not allow animals. Maya is housebroken, spayed, and up-to-date on shots. She is very aggressive towards cats and does not get along well with other smaller dogs. She is also best in an environment with no children as with her size she can easily knock them down. We have kept her outdoors as we have smaller dogs and a newborn baby in the house, but she was previously an indoor dog and does much better as such. She has been seemingly more territorial and aggressive towards people since being kept outdoors. Maya weighs about 85 pounds and needs daily exercise. Despite her love of running outdoors, Maya is not an outdoor dog; she very much wants to be with her human(s). Maya needs to be placed with someone who understands the needs of the Alaskan Malamute breed. (Less)
Pepin County Durand, WI 54736 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: 13-01-07-00244Max (male)|
Max is a handsome and very energetic 4-year-old Alaskan Malamute/Afghan Hound. He was taken by Animal Control from his original home because he allegedly attacked a neighbor's cat after escaping through an open gate in his fenced-in backyard. He was adopted by a family in WI a year ago (with the intention of training him for dogsled competitions) but they have recently decided to relinquish him. Max is housebroken, neutered, and up-to-date on shots. Despite attempts by his current family to modify his opinion of cats, he is still not to be trusted near felines (or other small animals). Max does not do well in a shelter environment and ideally should be a home WITHOUT another male dog as he has occasionally demonstrated an alpha nature his current dominant male sibling (but he gets along with his current female canine siblings). He weighs 85 pounds, measures 42 inches head to hind end, and is a running machine. He needs daily exercise and has performed well in sanctioned dog-sledding events. Due to his competitive nature, cannot be teamed next to other large males. Despite his love of running outdoors, Max is not an outdoor dog; he very much wants to be with his human(s). Although Max lived affably the first 2 years of his life with a child equal in age and a female dog, he is now living with two older (teenaged) children and a dominant male Boxer with whom he has butt heads. (Less)
Lincoln County Merrill, WI 54452 MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting an Alaskan Malamute in Wisconsin|
Alaskan Malamute Dogs can make good pets in Wisconsin 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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