ALASKAN MALAMUTE breeders
The Alaskan Malamute is a powerfully built dog with a broad, deep chest, large bone and broad head. He is intelligent, self-confident, strong-willed and independent. Originally bred as a hunter and sled pulling dog, today the Malamute is seen participating in various dog sports, including sledding, skijoring, carting, conformation and obedience.
The breed does adapt well to warmer climates but, in general, prefers the winter months. This is a dog that needs plenty of exercise and would be ideal for the cold weather sports enthusiast.
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"Lily" CH Sanekats Sharaden Diamond Lil
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Howling Pines is a small kennel located in the Georgian Bay area, approximately 1 1/2 hours north of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. We are grateful to have been sharing our home with Alaskan Malamutes since 1996. Our mals are raised in our home with the help of family, friends and neighbours, enabling us to produce well socialized, ultimate family companions. We strive for dependable temperaments, sound structure, excellent health and the longevity of our breed.
Health and temperament are at the top of our priority list for our breeding program. Our breeding dogs are screened for: Hip dysplasia, Elbow dysplasia, Eye disease, Heart disease and Thyroid disease. We participate in Obedience, Agility, Conformation, Dog-sledding and live an active lifestyle with our mals.
We are committed to offering support to our extended family for the lifetime of Howling Pines Malamutes.
For more information contact us at Mals@HowlingPines.com
RR13 Site 15 Box 169
Thunder Bay, Ontario
Kiaranuk CKC Reg'd Alaskan Malamutes was established in 1996 and is the home of Top Quality Malamutes with Multiple Champions and Titles such as AM.CAN., Russian, Belarus, Ukraine, JR CH. of Colombia, Multi-Group Winners and Placers, Multi BPIS, Multi BIS, Specialty Winners in Canada, US and other Countries overseas. Also ranking consecutively in AMCC's Top Malamutes. Some others such as Temperment Tested and Working Competitions.
We strive to keep excellent health and temperments in our lines and breed only health certified dogs. We breed according to the official Alaskan Malamute CKC breed standard with hopes to preserve the wonderful characteristics of the Alaskan Malamute and to always better this beautiful Northern Breed known as the Alaskan Malamute. Our website - www.kiaranukmalamutes.com - may sometimes be needing updates but please come and visit us. We have puppies occasionaly and stud service available.
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