We Got into Alaskan Malamutes
first met Siberian Huskies in about 1991. We could not take our eyes of them,
we just sat there watching most of the day they were the most amazing things we
had ever seen!!! It went from there; we looked into a couple of books about the
spitz breeds. We were drawn to the Alaskan Malamute more as they seemed to be
a more homely breed.
find out how we got our first Alaskan Malamute please see
2006 we lost both Hollie and Flynn (aged 11 ½) we will never forget them,
and they will always be in our hearts. They were both very exceptional
and taught us a lot about Alaskan Malamutes. We now have 4 Alaskan Malamutes Dakota,
Blaze (mother & son) Tuk and Rumor.
and Identification is one of our top priorities, as dog theft is very common these
days. Also Malamutes are known as escape artists, even thoughour property is properly
secure there is always a worry they will find a hole somewhere. Their safety and
relocation if lost is our main priority!!!!
All our dogs are tattooed (National
Dog Tattoo Register) and have Microchip numbers (Pet Log). Our property is fully
secured, with CCTV in operation at all times. Whenever they are walked they have
their own collars, with Identification including their name, and our phone number.
All our puppies that we breed will also leave our home with both a tattoo and
a Microchip. This is to ensure the safety and security of all the puppies we breed.
hope you enjoy our website, and if you have any ideas on how to improve the site,
we will love to hear from you.
& Jason Henworth