Alaskan Malamutes Puppies for Sale in Brashear Texas – Lone Star Kennel

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  • Dog Breed: Alaskan Malamutes
  • Description: Welcome to the Home of the Alaskan Malamutes!
    We raise and breed giant and standard pure bred Alaskan Malamutes in Brashear, Texas. Specializing in temperament, size and quality of the Alaskan Malamute. We strive to raise and breed very well socialized pets , and working dogs.

    WE WELCOME YOU TO COME VISIT OUR KENNEL AND MEET OUR MALAMUTES.
    WE ALSO MICROCHIP EVERY PUP FREE OF CHARGE. THIS ENSURES THAT PUPS ARE LOCATED AND DO NOT END UP IN RESCUE/SHELTER.
    WE HAVE PUPPIES AVAILABLE NOW!!!

    We welcome you to come visit our kennel and meet our malamutes!
    With each puppy, you will receive
    1) an AKC application for registration;
    2) a worming/shot record reflecting dates the puppy received its worming and shots the first 8 weeks;
    3) an AVID application for registration in its pet recovery system – our puppies are microchipped at 2 weeks of age (microchips may now be registered with AVID or with AKC’s pet recovery system).
    4) our health guarantee
    5) two vaccinations (one at 6 weeks and one at 8 weeks of age)
    6) wormed by us at (2,4,6,8 weeks of age)
    7) a copy of the dam’s and sire’s 3-generation pedigree.
    8) a "Puppy Pak" containing a 1 lb. sample of Iams puppy original puppy food and coupons for future purchases of food and products for your puppy, compliments of Iams.
    9) a collar and leash for your puppy.
    10) all our puppies are vet checked

    Please visit us at http://lonestaralaskanmalamutes.com/ or call 903-485-2960 for more info and pictures

  • Price: 950.00-1550.00
  • Website: www.lonestaralaskanmalamutes.com
  • Location: Brashear, TX 75420 (United States)
  • Contact Number: 903-485-2960

Alaskan Malamutes Information

Description
The Alaskan Malamute is the largest of the Arctic dogs. This thick well built dog is solid with a plumed tail which is held over the back. The head is wide with erect ears. The eyes are of medium size, dark brown, small, and almond in shape and are obliquely placed in the skull. The dog holds an image of a wolf but with a proud, sweet expression. Dark eyes are preferred. Blue eyes are a fault according to the written standard. The feet are large, of the snowshoe type with tough pads. The thick, coarse double coat averages one to three inches in length and comes in a range of light gray to intermediate shadings of black, sable and shadings of sable to red. Combinations include, wolf gray, black & white, wolf sable (red undercoat with dark gray outer coat), or red. The only solid color allowed is white. The dog often has darker highlights and sometimes has a dark mask or cap. The legs and muzzle are almost always white. In some areas, dogs may be either smaller or larger than the official standard.

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Siberian Husky Information

Siberian Husky

Description
Siberian Huskies are strong, compact, working sled dogs. The medium sized head is in proportion to the body, with a muzzle that is equal in length to the skull, with a well defined stop. The color of the nose depends upon the color of the dog’s coat. It is black in gray, tan or black dogs, liver in copper dogs and flesh-colored in pure white dogs. The medium sized, oval shaped eyes are moderately spaced and come in blue, brown, amber, or any combination thereof. Eyes can be half blue and half brown, (parti-eyed) or can have one blue eye and one brown eye (bi-eyed). The erect ears are triangular in shape, set high up on the head. The teeth meet in a scissors bite. The tail is carried over the back in a sickle curve, not curved to either side when the dog is excited. The large “snow shoe” feet have hair between the toes to help keep them warm and for gripping on ice. Dewclaws are sometimes removed. The medium length, double coat is thick and can withstand temperatures as low as -58 degrees to -76 degrees F ( -50 degrees to -60 degrees C). Coat colors include all from black to pure white, with or without markings on the head. The face mask and underbody are usually white, and the remaining coat any color. Examples of common colors are black and white, red and white, brown, gray and white, silver, wolf -gray, sable and white, red-orange with black tips, dark gray and white. Pie-bald is a very common coat pattern.

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