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Alaskan Malamute Mixes: Alaskan Malamute mix Breeds

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Alaskan Malamute is a very authentic and ancient dog breed.

It puts a start to many current breeds that are used for freight carrying and even sled driving.

Experts claim that Alaskan Malamute was carried to the modern world by the ancient Arctic people. To be more specific we are talking about Thule people.

And to be even more specific, Alaskan Malamute is actually the genetic predecessor of Siberian Husky, Canadian Eskimo dog and even the Greenland dog breed.

On the other side, Alaskan Malamute has lots of mixes these days.

They are all interesting for the audience mainly with the body strength that is generally typical for Alaskan Malamute.

Alaskan Malamute dog breed is also characteristic for its big size of at least 58 cm height and nearly 35 weight during their maturity.

The fast speed the dog impresses with is another advantage it comes with. Meanwhile, the dog has fantastic fur to take care of. As to its temperament, Alaskan Malamute is a real travel lover.

It is also very attached to the nature, highly intelligent and good to kids if raised with them. As a true survivor, Alaskan Malamute can rescue you, too, especially if you trained your dog well.

All of these features are basically seen in the Alaskan Malamute mixes. But let’s discuss the most common ones among them now.

Alaskan Malamute Mix Breeds

Alaskan Goldenmute

Alaskan Malamute - Golden retriever mix -  picture

Alaskan Goldenmute is a mix between Alaskan Malamute and Golden Retriever.

The dog breed is very social and active at the playground the owner provides it at the outdoors.

It is important to take Alaskan Goldenmute on a walk on a regular basis, because it really needs it. Playful with the kids and easy to be trained, the dog breed seems to be a great worker and helper, as well.

Usually, the fur contains many shades of grey and brown.

It is similar to the wolf face, but Alaskan Goldenmute is so much nicer and kinder to people around.

Alaskan Malador

Alaskan Malamute - Labrador Retriever mix - picture

Alaskan Malador is a mix between Alaskan Malamute and Labrador Retriever.

World dog breed categorizing organizations determine this hybrid as sporting and working breed.

The dog is extremely playful and nice to kids.

It usually reaches up to 15-years old age at maximum and if you pay attention on its brain and training development you will eventually get a true guard by your side.

And this is beside the small size the dog breed usually comes at. As a matter of fact, this is one of the least Alaskan Malamute mixes you can find on the market.

So if you are a lover of Alaskan Malamute, but scared of its wolf-like giant mixes, Alaskan Malamute x Labrador Retriever hybrid might become the best idea for you.

Brush and groom the dense and short coat on a daily basis and make sure to add more vitamins and minerals in the dog’s diet.

Alaskan Malador is typical to get these two diseases: eye problems and joint dysplasia, so calcium is a must.

Alaskan Pit Bull

Alaskan Malamute - Pitbull terrier - mix - picture

Alaskan Pit Bull is a mix between Alaskan Malamute and Pit Bull Terrier.

It is a common expensive dog, which though, is an amazing guard and great friend for your playful kids.

The dog requires some careful grooming cares. As it sheds a lot, you might find some difficulties to control the hygiene at home with it, but – the risk is worth it. The dog has long lifespan and you can rely on it when it comes to hard training and a lot of fun at the outdoors.

Alaskan Shepherd

Alaskan Malamute - German Shepherd mix - pic

Alaskan Shepherd is a mix between Alaskan Malamute and German Shepherd Dog.

This hybrid has thick and rough coat with undercoat of softer and denser type.

Usually, it comes in many shades like brown, black, grey, red and even gold.

The lifespan of up to 10-years might not be very welcome to people, who get attached dogs, but you need to believe us that the Alaskan Shepherd is a true gem at home.

It is good with children and very smart. Even if you are a beginner in training a dog, this one will surprise you a lot. At some point, you might think that it helps you, too.

The Alaskan Shepherd is very protective towards its owners, which makes it ideal watchdogs, a quality that it may have inherited from the German Shepherd.


Alaskan Malamute - Husky mix - picture

Alusky is a mix between Alaskan Malamute and Siberian Husky.

This is a quite large dog breed that has seasonal shedding, strict diet to follow in order to keep its regular mature weight of about 100 lbs and lifespan of up to 15 years.

Alusky is also typical for its dense coat that contains cream, brown, white, salt, silver, black and grey shades.

It reaches height of up to 28 inches and eventually the impressive look of the dog turns into a great guard that also, is quite kind with kids.

This dog has loyal, energetic, intelligent and affectionate temperament. Even though it barks rarely, it is true to its owner and once seeing him or her in danger, the aggression appears fast.

Alusky dogs also love chasing smaller dogs and animals.

As to the training, you need to keep the good manners and to be more sensitive when it comes to penalties.

Border Malamute Terrier

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Border Malamute Terrier is a mix between Border Terrier and Alaskan Malamute.

This hybrid requires gentle attitude and gradual training. It is very cute and smiley, but the look is a little bit lying as the dog originates as a helper for fox hunting.

Besides this, Border Malamute Terrier is also very fast and full of energy.

This is a clever dog breed that can hide for hours without letting you to find it, which is why it is great in finding the secret places foxes love to visit.

The dog is very adaptive, good with kids, but only if you raise them together.

Sometimes, often barking might get you to madness, but you need to understand that if so aggressive this barking should mean Border Malamute Terrier puppy does not feel well or something tortures it.



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Wolamute is a mx between Timber Wolf and Alaskan Malamute.

The dog should be raised with kids if you want them to become friends.

On the other side, if you are a lazy trainer owner, don’t worry – this dog breed requires quite little to be taught to obey your commands.

Meanwhile, it is not that active and energetic so too many exercises and hours spent at the outdoors are not necessary.

However, lack of any entertainment and mental stimulation often leads to destructiveness including climbing fences, digging dens.

Yet, grooming is an important task you need to perform on a regular basis and careful with the guides you receive from both: the vet and the professional groomer, if you visit such.

The thing is that the dog has delicate scalp and it sheds a lot. It takes about 4 weeks for a dog to socialize well.


Malamoodle is a mix between Alaskan Malamutand Poodle.

The dog is very friendly, but it requires your attention all they long as they are sensitive and very affectionate.

The coat is whick and sometimes, it sheds a lot – especially if you don’t groom it properly.

You will usually find Malamoodle in gray, but they are options for a gold puppy, too.

They dog lives up to 12 years and it is great for sledge racing, helping with some work at home and guard your countryside house.

This is a large dog breed. Malamoodles can grow to be around 21-28 inches tall and 64-125 pounds when fully grown.


Malanees is a mix between Alaskan Malamute and Great Pyrenees.

Mally Foxhound

Mally Foxhound is a mix between Alaskan Malamute and Foxhound.

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