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About Malamutes 

AKC Alaskan Malamute Standard 1991

What colors & markings do Wayeh Malamutes come in? 

Coat Genetics - color, markings, length & texture

Malamutes & Siberian Huskies, what is the difference?

Malamutes & 'Giant' Mals, what is the difference?

Long-coats (LC) what are they? 

Malamutes are Dog Aggressive

Fences & Off-leash, can't you train them to stay close if you are smart enough and the dog loves you enough?

Judging Malamutes

Does a Championship prove worthiness for Breeding?

Pet vs. Show puppies, what's the difference

Training Malamutes

A Day in the Life of a Puppy, what happens?

Aggressive training creates aggressive dogs

Bite Inhibition

Car Problems with a puppy  

Clicker Notes to Students - Coming When Called  

Crate Training

Dominance, what is it?

Exercise

Housetraining

The Nature of a Puppy - Training Philosophy  

Pulling, how do I get my dog to stop?   

Socializing Malamutes

What is early socialization?

How can I socialize my puppy B4 16 weeks, my vets says after all the shots?

How can I socialize my puppy between 16 weeks and 1 year?

Healthy Malamutes

An explanation of COR-COI - New 6/2012

SAMPLE Calendar - from Breeding to 7 years

Appointments for Puppy

Diet, what should I feed?

Diarrhea, what causes it, what do I do about it?

Bathing Malamutes 

Hips, Eyes, Thyroid, & ChD

Why do I have to do health tests on my pet puppy

Deworming schedules, what and when do I deworm a new puppy?

Weight relative to littermates

Weight, skinny working  

 

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Contact Wayeh    *    423-365-6039    *    Spring City, (East) Tennessee
Wayeh Alaskan Malamutes last updated 06/08/2012

Member Oak Ridge Kennel Club since 1996, member TN Working Dog Association since 2008

Temperament, health, structure, working ability, and then type --
because a good Malamute has to be a good dog first.