The husky was first bred by the chukchi people in eastern siberia.
Husky malamut. The husky originates from eastern siberia and a tribe of nomads called the chukchi. Weighing almost 80 to 90 pounds with an impressive average height of roughly 28 to 29 inches this dog breed is not very suitable for apartment living. The breed has appeared on stamps in at least 14 countries. Like the siberian husky and alaskan husky the alaskan malamute was bred to pull sleds in freezing temperatures.
Whereas the first dogs introduced in the uk was in 1959. Both the husky and the malamute are ancient dog breeds. The alaskan malamute is a large breed of domestic dog originally bred for their strength and endurance to haul heavy freight as a sled dog. The alaskan malamute was one of the four purebred dogs featured on the akc centennial stamps issued in 1984 by the u s.
They were bred to live and work with people in very cold harsh climates. The siberian husky. They are similar to other arctic husky and spitz breeds such as the greenland dog canadian eskimo dog the siberian husky and the samoyed. The alaskan malamute siberian husky is a very large and hefty dog.
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