If you are interested in Glacier please fill out an online application and we will schedule your home visit ASAP.
Glacier is an outgoing beautiful girl who ended up at the shelter as a stray. She is friendly and loves everyone she meets but may be a bit too outgoing for younger children. Glacier is house trained and crate trained and is learning her basic commands. She is working on her leash manners and will jump right into the car for an outing. She loves wading in the lake near her foster home and would enjoy a big secure back yard to run around in. At this time Glacier has not done well with other dogs so will probably need to be in a one dog only household. Glacier will make a wonderful addition to your loving family!
The adoption fee of $300 includes spay/neuter and all vaccines.
Glacier is being lovingly cared for in Washington while she awaits her new forever home.
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Alaskan Malamutes are warm and friendly, playful, gentle, intelligent and silly. Their exquisite beauty is the result of centuries of adaptation to the harsh Arctic climate where they lived as close companions to the Mahlemut Eskimos, pulling heavy sledges over terrible terrain in harsh weather.
Malamutes shed twice a year and should be brushed regularly. Since they are so large, they should never be left alone with small children unsupervised, though this is true of any dog.
Malamutes participate in many sports such as backpacking, weight-pulling, carting, sojourning and competition obedience. Their best-known feature is their extraordinary sweetness of temperament.
Record last updated: Wed Jan 18 19:09:55 2017
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