Foxworth, MS -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/30/2016 -- At Aquila Kennels, the ideal Alaskan Malamute puppies are bred and raised to perfection—consequently they are only reserved for the best of homes.
Alaskan Malamute is a breed of dog known for its strength and fortitude. Alaskan Malamutes tend to be synonymous for sled dogs due to their double coat of fur; the bottom layer tends to range up to two inches, and is both woolly and oily. This majestic dog has an outer coat that is course and stands about an inch off the body.
Generally, Alaskan Malamutes will be various shades of gray and white—often resembling wolves. They have almond-shaped eyes that are generally darker. The corkscrew tails of the Alaskan Malamute tend to be extremely furry and keep the breed insulated in extreme conditions such as snow.
Most Malamutes now are domesticated, but because of their incredible ability, many are able to be performance dogs—in these sorts of competitions, they are assessed on weight pulling, agility and packing.
Aquila Kennels does not seek idealism in its dogs—rather, it strives for optimal health. Generally, Malamutes above 150 pounds are overweight. However, there should not be preventive measures for overweight dogs. Instead, as a puppy, they should be fed healthy meals, which in turn will cause a natural weight balance.
As breeders, the Aquila Kennels team makes sure that each puppy is transferred to the right home. Much to often, an owner will have taken a puppy for it's resplendent exterior without realizing how to care for such a dog. In the screening process, Aquila Kennels makes sure to scrutinize to avoid the possibility of that. Primarily, the potential dog owner will be expected to fill out a puppy application, to gauge an understanding of the breed and the puppy's need.
Though not generally preferred, Aquila Kennels can ship their Malamutes to a wide array of locations for convenience.
If you have always wanted a Malamute and understand the needs of a Malamute, Aquila Kennels is the way to go for the right companion.