Since 1981, Wayeh (WHY-uh) Working Housedogs has produced TWELVE generations of AKC Alaskan Malamutes. They do the jobs they were originally intended to do (packing, sledding, and weight pulling) while living in a modern home environment (conformation, obedience, and therapy) and sleeping on the couch. The best gift we can give our dogs is a job.
Wayeh Mals are ambassadors for the breed wherever they go.
From therapy visits to nursing homes and shut-ins.
From seizure-alert to service dogs.
Early morning loose-leash walks to Companion Dog Excellents, multi-numbered RAEs, and the world’s first Rally Obedience Champion, any breed, any kennel club, any where on the planet.
From hiking the Cumberland Trail segments to week-long winter camping trips in the frozen north.
From pulling brush in the backyard to weightpull titles and regional medals.
From zipping around a bike path on a scooter to back-country carting.
From chasing varmints in the garden to nose work, barn hunt, and tracking titles.
From splashing on the shoreline to dock diving.
From playtime at your local dog park to two generations of ROM bitches, Top Southern Area and Nationally ranked Malamutes, multiple group-winning and multiple Best In Show Malamutes.
Wayeh Malamutes are up for any challenge. They can do just about anything you decide to do.
As a breeder it is my responsibility to only use dogs who are a credit to their breed. As owners it is our responsibility to give the dogs a job they love.
If for no other reason than a tired dog is an obedient dog.
A co-bred litter planned for winter 2021 out of Mystic Wayeh Commander Bearing “ALyosha” & Wayeh Ikunna Sakari “Kyra.” Accepting Applications now. This is the FREEDOM Litter, born 1/19/21. Available 2 boys.
This Spring litter will be a first for Alyosha & the last for Mensa. This will be the BOOKs Litter, born 4/4/20.
Alaskan Malamutes aren't just a hobby, they're a lifestyle.
Take them with you to pick up the mail, it'll make their whole day. Take them with you on a walk around the neighborhood, on a trip to the store, up in the mountains or down to the shore.
It'll be good for them, great for you. Just get up and go.