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Alaskan Malamute Puppy Pictures

Alaskan Malamute Puppy PicturesLike a lot of of the dogs of the spitz family, the Alaskan malamute acquired in the Arctic regions, shaped by the adverse acute conditions. Its agent is unknown, but it was aboriginal declared active a part of the built...
by Working Dog Puppy Pictures on Jun 1, 2012

The Makings of a Champion Lead Dog

What else could we have named the fat little red pup that was hopelessly lost and then found? After all, he was a survivor, a true champion. The name Champ fit him well. When he was a few weeks old, … Continue reading →...
by Alaskan Arctic Expeditions on May 29, 2012

Good-Time Charlie

When I let Charlie out of the truck he seemed shocked. The barren arctic landscape and blowing snow was very different from his home in the tall spruce trees where he felt secure and sheltered. But the frigid environment struck … Continue readi...
by Alaskan Arctic Expeditions on May 20, 2012

The Pulling Factor II—The Early Years

Per a request on Facebook, I’m going to elaborate on the highlights of my training methods for my malamutes. There are many strains of Alaskan malamutes around the world. Some are light weight, small-boned, and swift running dogs; others are …...
by Alaskan Arctic Expeditions on May 13, 2012

Alaskan Malamute Working Dog

Alaskan Malamute Working DogThe Alaskan malamute is a effectively congenital dog of Nordic brand type, developed to booty abundant endless rather than race. It is hardly best than it is tall. It is heavy-boned and compact, advised for backbone and en...

2012 Expedition-The Pulling Factor

When you see an Alaskan malamute during a hard pull you will see the happiest dog alive. He or she doesn’t know the limit to their strength. They pull with every muscle fiber in their bodies backed up with an … Continue reading →...
by Alaskan Arctic Expeditions on May 10, 2012

I love the Sun!

Today was one of those days that a person who longs to be a real "runner" lives for.  Today, the sun shown upon the track, and I decided to take advantage of it's blessings.  The clouds were puffy, and white/grey/light blue/silver, the sun...
by Latinas Run Hot on Apr 13, 2012

99 Below

Can you imagine what -99°F feels like? Are there even words to describe that kind of bitter cold?  I suppose that’s a question only Joe can answer. And answer he did.  He summed it up as “invigorating.”  Just what kind … C...
by Alaskan Arctic Expeditions on Mar 2, 2012

Engineering a Snow Bridge

Joe and the team are having a great expedition season.  Aside from the occasional blinding ice fog, the weather has been really nice, which is so unusual for February.  I keep checking the NOAA website for the northeastern Brooks Range, ...
by Alaskan Arctic Expeditions on Feb 23, 2012

Engineering a Snow Bridge

Joe and the team are having a great expedition season.  Aside from the occasional blinding ice fog, the weather has been really nice, which is so unusual for February.  I keep checking the NOAA website for the northeastern Brooks Range, ...
by Alaskan Arctic Expeditions on Feb 23, 2012

2012 Expedition Rookies: The Fab 5

This year, Joe has five rookies on the expedition. That’s the most he’s ever had at once. Normally he likes to start the season off with the rookies in harness tethered to the side of the sled rather than in … Continue reading →...
by Alaskan Arctic Expeditions on Feb 19, 2012

2012 Expedition Rookies: The Fab 5

This year, Joe has five rookies on the expedition. That’s the most he’s ever had at once. Normally he likes to start the season off with the rookies in harness tethered to the side of the sled rather than in … Continue reading →...
by Alaskan Arctic Expeditions on Feb 19, 2012

Alaskan Malamute Pictures

The Alaskan Malamute is a about ample brand of calm dog (Canis lupus familiaris) originally bred for use as a commonsensical dog, not just an Alaskan sled dog. They are sometimes mistaken for a Siberian Husky, but in actuality are absolutely altered...

Alaskan Malamute Puppy Picture

Alaskan Malamute Puppy PictureThe alaskan malamute puppy is a larger, wolf like, blazon of brand that was primarly acclimated as a sled dog. Most generally the malamute puppy is calmly mistaken for the siberian croaking puppy, they they are in actual...
by Puppy Pictures and Information on Jan 29, 2012

Dog Works Radio Interview

Just in case you missed the live airing of Joe’s interview this morning with Robert and Michele Forto at Dog Works Radio Show, here is a direct link: Dog Works Radio Show Interview   Joe had a great time talking … Continue reading →...
by Alaskan Arctic Expeditions on Jan 15, 2012

Farmer’s Crop

Our lead dog Farmer sired three pups. They are shown in the photo below, left to right; Major, Penny and Barney. They are six months and around 70-75lbs. It had just snowed a bunch and they are out exploring the … Continue reading →...
by Alaskan Arctic Expeditions on Jan 11, 2012

Bigfoot Revealed

A while back, I posted these paws on Facebook without revealing whose legs they were attached to. The comments were hilarious, interesting and entertaining. Andrea and I enjoyed reading all of your comments. Thanks!! Here are just a few selected R...
by Alaskan Arctic Expeditions on Jan 9, 2012

Malamute Man

  It’s official! Joe’s book is now available for pre-order exclusively on our website at www.alaskanarcticexpeditions.com.
by Alaskan Arctic Expeditions on Jan 8, 2012

Grow Tall Exercise

Am I growing Up Normally?How fast and how tall you will grow, as well as what you will look like and a whole lot of other stuff. Other factors are  your diet (what and how much you eat)  exercise (how active you are) … Fetch Here Look Tal...
by How To Grow Taller on Sep 21, 2011


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