have been part of our family since 1994 and since then our lives have been dedicated
to this wonderful breed. We will continue to be responsible owners and breeders
and promote all aspects of living with and owning this great breed.
have enjoyed our dogs and this breed for many years before we decided we were
knowledgeable enough to breed. We will only breed if we are living in the correct
environment for our dogs, if we want to extend our family and we have the room
to take back any progeny.
We will only
breed dogs with exceptionally good temperaments, with a good working ability and
conform to UK Alaskan Malamute Standard. It is of the utmost importance to us
that we breed dogs that are free from any genetic or hereditary conditions that
may cause any illness or poor life expectancy. We have bred only one litter so
far as we feel that it is a great privilege to own this great breed and have thought
long and hard before breeding.
If you are
interested in an Alaskan Malamute and would like to know more about them, or you
would like to be considered for a puppy from us, please write and tell us about
yourselves, and why you want an Alaskan Malamute. We will only allow you on our
waiting list once we have met you, and you have met our dogs. If we do not have
a litter due we will be able to help and advise you on other Reputable Alaskan
Any dog or bitch that
we breed from, past and present, will not be bred before the age of 3. We believe
that any dog/bitch should be fully matured before becoming a mum or dad for the
first time. Our dogs are the most important things to us, and when the bitch is
in whelp, she is treated like a queen. Her health and the health of her unborn
puppies are the most important things to us.
of the puppies that we breed are to be microchip, and tattooed before they leave
our care. This is to ensure, that we can identify any of our pups, and make sure
that they do not end at a re-homing centre or worse!!
have made great friends with the owners of the 2 pups that left our home, and
have no doubt in our mind that these dogs will be cherished as much as we cherish
Hopefully our breeding ethics
will help you when you choose your breeder, as the breeder of your pup has a significant
purpose on how your pup faces the world. Try and be patient and go to a good reputable
.I can assure you the wait is worth it!!
prospective owners are fully vetted before we agree to allow a puppy to go to
a new home.
They must be aware of all the characteristics of an Alaskan Malamute
the breed in the UK, by actively talking to breeders and owners.
Malamute is not for a novice dog owner, so should not be bought on a whim, and
we will not pass on any puppies if we feel this is the case.
You will need
to come and meet us, and our dogs, and if you are accepted on our list we may
also ask to vet your property.
of the breed
are very pack orientated, and they will try and dominate you. If you allow an
Alaskan Malamute to dominate you, you are going to have problems.
Malamutes are a very strong powerful breed, so you will need to be very strong,
as they can be very stubborn at times.
They also have a very strong hunting
instinct, so be aware of your neighbour's cats, and also letting them of the lead
where there is a lot of wildlife.
Alaskan Malamutes love to dig; they will
help you in the garden to remove all of your lovely plants and flowers. You will
also expect to have craters in your lawn, gone are the days of a perfect lawn!!!
our home they are very friendly towards people and children, and thus do not make
good guard dogs.
They thrive on human companionship, and are very loyal, and
affectionate, but they are also not a one man dog.
Alaskan Malamute Club of United Kingdom and select 'The Breed Standard'.
Temperament is our utmost goal when breeding.
It is very important for an Alaskan
Malamute to have a sound temperament, due to the size, and power they have.
we want most of all is our dogs to be a good ambassador's for this wonderful breed.
We do not feel that aggression and aggressive dogs should be bred from or be shown!
an Alaskan Malamute for you?
Do you have patience, time and energy for puppy
training/raising? When you get your puppy you must spend quality time training,
and carry on the training into the teen years and above.
Are you prepared for
regular grooming as malamutes shed a lot of hair? Make sure you have a good Hoover!!!
you have a perfect garden? Do you want your garden to stay perfect if the answer
to this is yes, then a malamute is not for you?
Malamutes are very dominating
breed, and they live as part of a pack. Every member of the family must be higher
part of the pack or you will have problems.
Alaskan Malamutes thrive on company,
and will not live outside well on his own. He will need plenty of companionship
and stimulation or he will get bored and then be come destructive.
we provide to a fully vetted prospective owners!
Life long advice and care
for your Alaskan Malamute.
Contracts for both pet or show dogs.
Hip Scores and Eye Tests for both parents.
Signed Pedigree Certificate
Kennel Club Registration for your New Puppy. Kennel Club will then provide your
puppies first 6 weeks insurance.
Feeding and Care of your 'Alaskan Malamute
Information and registration regarding the pups Tattoo
and registration regarding the pups Microchip
we expect from owners of our puppies!!
We would like that all our puppy owners
to stay in contact with us so that we can see how well our puppies have developed
We would love to receive lots of photos of the pups growing up.
be able to ask us any questions about the pups/malamutes no matter how big or
small it may be.
Adhere to the puppy contracts
of Purchase - pet dog
Contract of Purchase
- show dog
our dogs and puppies are tattooed please select to find out more information (National
Dog Tattoo Register) All our puppies are tattooed before they go to there new
homes. This is to ensure that for any eventuality we can identify any of our dogs
that we breed, and make sure safe and easy return to us. The Tattoo numbers are
registered under us as breeders, and also under the new owner's details. Also
please go back to our home Page (add a link back) to find out why we Tattoo!
our dogs and puppies are Micro chipped please select to find out more information
(Pet Log). All our puppies Micro chipped before they go to there new homes. This
is to ensure that for any eventuality we can identify any of our dogs that we
breed, and make sure safe and easy return to us.
- If a dog causes injury or damage to a person or property, the injured party
can make a claim against the dog owner. Often household contents policies cover
third party claims against the dog but it is wise to check. You may wish to consider
additional insurance cover for veterinary bills. Veterinary Medicine over the
years has become increasingly sophisticated, the downside of these advantages
is the cost, and treatment could exceed £1,000. It is most distressing when
owners find themselves able to cure a pet's condition, but the cost is so high.
Illness can cost hundreds of pounds, so make sure that you insurance will cover
a single illness over the period of a dog's lifetime. Make sure that your dog
will be covered in later years of life, when he she will probably need it the
Identification discs - It is law that all dogs in public places
(which includes your car) must wear a collar and carry the owner's name and address
on a disc or barrel. The phone number is optional.
Dog Fowling - Do not allow
your dog to foul footpaths, parks or public places, this is a punishable offence,
and you could be fined by your local Authority.
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