Alaskan Malador, Alaskan Malamute and Labrador Retriever Mix : Appearance, Temperament, Behavior, Qualities, Training, Exercise, Health Issues, Picture, Height and Weight :
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Alaskan Malador

Overview of Alaskan Malador

Alaskan Malador dog breed is Hybrid dog cross between Alaskan Malamute and Labrador Retriever. Alaskan Malador is Medium in size. Fur of Alaskan Malador is short and smoth . Basic origin of Alaskan Malador is none because hybrid or mix dogs have no specific region. Alaskan Malador is Good With Children and Good With Other Animals and Fastest and Easiest to train and Smartest Dogs is commonly Playful, Devoted, Loyal, Friendly. Alaskan Malador are very fond of people, a trait that makes them particularly sought-after family dogs, but unreliable watchdogs. Alaskan Malador are nimble around furniture and smaller items, making them ideal house dogs, provided they get plenty of time outdoors meeting their considerable exercise requirements.
Alaskan Malador is available in black , yellow (considered from cream to fox-red), Silver Gray and chocolate (medium to dark brown) colors..

Height and weight of Alaskan Malador

Adult Male of Alaskan Malador is about 25 – 32 kg and adult female of Alaskan Malador is about 22 – 30 kg in Weight.
Height of Alaskan Malador is commonly 56 – 57 cm.

Common Health Issues of Alaskan Malador

Alaskan Malador is a healthier breed like other hybrid breeds. However Alaskan Malador has tendency to suffer from congenital disorders. .  

Appearance of Alaskan Malador

Alaskan Malador are generally available in two veriety. First one has muzzle, ear and fur similarity with Alaskan Malamute and second variety is a true copy of Labrador Retriever.

Working Class of Alaskan Malador

Basically Alaskan Malador is Companion dog but is also used as Watch and Herding and Guard and Athlete dog.

Training of Alaskan Malador

Alaskan Malador require training in early age like other hybrid dogs. Alaskan Malador is easy to train.  It learns basic commands such as sit, stay, come easily. Behavior training is also very important for your Alaskan Malador.  Behavior training prevents and or corrects bad habits of your puppy or dog. Behavior and basic commands training for your Alaskan Malador should must on these lines. Do not get impatient. You will probably have to repeat the command many times. Never use negative reinforcement. Do not call your dog to come to you for punishment because this will teach your dog not to come on command. Be sure to keep any frustration out of the tone of your voice. If you feel yourself becoming frustrated, take a break. Your dog can sense this and will start to associate training with your unhappiness. You cannot hide your frustration from a dog. You cannot pretend. Dogs can feel human emotion, so stay relaxed, firm and confident.

Exercise and Fitness of Alaskan Malador

Daily exercise for your Alaskan Malador is important, dogs are living with human since thousands of years, wild dogs have challenges to survive so they work daily to find food, save food and themselves from other animals but companion dogs have nothing to do, they have ready food and couch to sit, which may affect their health, habits and activity.
Your Alaskan Malador is recommended Fetching,Tuging,Running regular according to its breed specific exercise requirements.

Behavior of Alaskan Malador with children and other pets

One variety is good with children but second one require early socialization training.

Special instructions related to your Alaskan Malador

The smooth or short haired dog is preferred because in frosty weather the long haired kind become encumbered with ice on coming out of the water. Visitors are requested to share pics, qualities and information about your Alaskan Malador in Contact Us Section.

User's Alaskan Malador

RIDDICK (Alaskan Malador) by tracey:
Hi our dog is a male malador. He is 10 months old. He has a double coat. He is black with a bit of white on his chest. He is a strong dog who can be domineering if we let him. Very lovable craves human contact. But coz he is energetic and bouncy he can be over bearing with it. Daft as a brush so much play and carry on in his head. He hates being on his own. He is a fery nosy dog to. When outside got to know whats going on everywhere so easily distracted. But i would never swap him no matter what. Love him to bits.

Hobo (Alaskan Malador) by Danny:
I recued him three years ago today (3/4/2014). Vet estimated his age about five years at the time. Most loveable, affectionate dog I have ever owned. Loved children and got along great with my two smaller dogs. He would take me for a two mile walk everyday for the last three years up until he died of lymphoma cancer February 7, 2017. Would sure like to find another one. Best pet on earth.

Loki (Alaskan Malador) by Cheri:
8 months old very good with other socialized dogs , amazing with children. We love him to pieces , but my landlord does not. I this because he is fiercly protective of me when my fiance is gone and one of my scetchy neighbors tries to approach. Unfortunately we can not move because of lease. Hes super loving, full of life and energy, im trying to find someone who will love him as much as we do .... help needed

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