Alaskan Malamutes were originally bred to haul heavy sleds across long distances in harsh winter conditions. This necessitated a dog that had tremendous strength, energy, endurance, independence and intelligence, which means that these dogs have extremely high energy levels. If you don’t have the time or space to accompany these active dogs, take one home in the shape of a unique photo charm! Buy Alaskan Malamute Italian Charm
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