NO CATS* 6 FOOT FENCE REQUIRED* NO SMALL DOGS
If you are interested in Kodiak please fill out our online application and we will schedule your home visit ASAP.
Kodiak is a big handsome boy looking for a new home to call his own! He is a young mal who is a sweet people loving boy and would never turn down a belly rub. Kodiak has plenty of playful puppy energy and since he is young will need some guidance to help him learn his manners. He is house trained and knows his commands of sit and shake. Kodiak takes treats gently and rides great in the car. He does well with other dogs his size and has lived with children. Volunteers are working with Kodiak and we will update his bio when we have more information.
If you are looking for a big friendly guy to accompany you on walks runs or hikes then Kodiak may be just right for you!
The adoption fee of $300 includes spay-neuter and all vaccines.
Kodiak is being lovingly cared for in Washington while he awaits his 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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