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Alaskan Malamute Information
Alys and Lionel
Born May 14th 2017
Robin is looking for a home and a family!
  1 Dark Red Male

 
Green
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Next Litter Summer of 2018
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Full Blooded Malamute
Puppies will not be registered
Price $600.00 No Breeding rights
Deposit $300.00 non-refundable
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Ora and Thunder



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Alys

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LIONEL

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Past Sire Bowen



Coming soon
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Past Saint Bernards

"JUDE"


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Past Photo's

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Sassie                                     Nessie


Bigger Baby Jude


"BABY JUDE" 3-28-10


"SASSIE" AND "NESSIE" walking each other
03-06-10


Past Babies


2014


2012


2012

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Saint Bernards are imposing in size but display a mellow and benevolent
demeanor and are excellent with children and other animals. 

AKC recognized in 1885 they Range in size from
251/2 to 271/2 inches tall
at the shoulder and 130 to 180 pounds.  Their coats can be long or short
and range in color from deep brown to brown-yellow.
White markings are required.

They have a protective natural instinct and make excellent watchdogs.
 They are sensible, loving, and
enjoy being with their family. 
 
The Saint Bernard should be socialized at an
early age while they are small.
They have a strong desire to please their owner and will respond
best to gentle, patient, firm, and consistent training.

The Saint Bernard requires a moderate amount of outdoor exercise.
They enjoy daily walks and play sessions.
They are suitable for apartment living provided they are given frequent walks.
They will enjoy a yard of any size but for safety it should be fenced.

Saint Bernards are a very ancient breed that
was founded in AD 980.
The most popular use of these gentle giants is
in the area of search and rescue.
 
Saint Bernards uncanny ability to sense imminent danger, coupled with
their heightened abilities of smell and direction,
make this breed a useful and
trustworthy worker and companion.

 

    



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