Alusky

60-100 lbs
26-28"
United States
Alaskan Malamute
Siberian Husky

Although it should be emphasized that all dog breeds require a lot of parents’ attention and effort, it’s even more true of sled dogs — not only are these canines full of energy, but they need constant mental stimulation and affection. Oh, and prepare to see that gorgeously thick coat all over your home during shedding season, too.

The Alusky is a mix between two of the best-known types of sled dogs and they’re likely to inherit some of their ancestors' more demanding traits. However, many parents find them to be joyful companions for their limitless affection and willingness to join in with outdoor activities. Did we mention they’re completely adorable, too?

In this introduction to the Alusky dog, you’ll learn key facts, such as:

  • They’re a cross between Alaskan Malamutes and Siberian Huskies
  • How they can be prone to hip dysplasia and cataracts
  • Alusky puppies can be hard to train for inexperienced parents
  • This is a dog that needs lots of exercise and grooming


Alusky Breed Overview

It’s fair to say that American-Russian relations have often been fraught, but the Alusky is a joint creation of these two nations — one side of the family tree is Alaskan Malamutes and the other is Siberian Huskies.

The resultant hybrid is one that shares a lot of similarities with these forefathers, both in terms of looks and demeanor. For starters, you can tell from one look that an Alusky dog is well-suited to cold environments and pretty strong, too.

Although they’re more than capable of becoming tireless workers under the supervision of a musher, an Alusky can also be a faithful companion animal, especially for parents with an active lifestyle.

One thing that should be pointed out is that an Alusky can have a strong-willed mentality and prospective parents will need to quickly assert their superiority and leadership if they’re to command any obedience from their pet.

With that in mind, first-time parents might be better off building up their experience with a more receptive pet before introducing an Alusky into their lives.



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purpose Purpose
Sledding, carting, search and rescue, freight hauling, racing
history Date of Origin
Unknown
ancestry Ancestry
Alaskan Malamute, Siberian Husky

Alusky Health

Average Size
Male Alusky size stats
Height: 26-28 inches Weight: 60-100 lbs
Female Alusky size stats
Height: 26-28 inches Weight: 60-100 lbs
Major Concerns
  • Cataracts
  • Hip Dysplasia
Minor Concerns
  • Ear Infections
Occasional Tests
  • X-Rays
  • Eye Examination
  • Ear Examination

Alusky Breed History

Like many crossbreeds, it’s unclear as to when or where exactly the Husky Malamute mix first emerged. However, it’s likely to have occurred on a large scale in the latter half of the 20th century when the trend for interbreeding dogs really took off.

What we do know a lot more about are the two breeds mixed together to create the Alusky.

The Alaskan Malamute has a long history in the Arctic region, with the second half of the name coming from an Inuit tribe based in northwestern Alaska that were early breeders of 

the dog. Being both large in frame and impressively strong, they could pull heavy loads and hunt animals the size of polar bears and seals.

It was these impressive attributes that led Admiral Richard Byrd to take a number of Alaskan Malamutes along on his second Antarctic expedition in 1933.

The Siberian Husky is quite similar to an Alaskan Malamute and in fact, DNA analysis has found them to be close genetic relations. They’re both well-adapted to extreme weather conditions, but there are some key differences between the breeds.

For starters, Siberian Huskies emerged as a distinct canine variety in northeastern Asia during the 19th century. This fluffy Husky breed tends to be smaller in size than an Alaskan Malamute and this means they’re quicker when it comes to sledding.

They, too, have been behind some impressive achievements. Perhaps the most famous was the ‘serum run’ to the Alaskan town of Nome in 1925, during which a team of Siberian Huskies led by Leonhard Seppola covered more than 1,000km in five-and-a-half days in order to deliver vital diphtheria medication during an epidemic.

Both Alaskan Malamutes and Siberian Huskies are still trained as sled dogs to this day, but they’re popular family pets in the USA as well.

Alusky Breed Appearance

As with many hybrid dogs, an Alusky puppy’s appearance depends on which side of the family exerts more influence — some look more like a Malamute, while others take after Husky relations.

These are medium to large size dogs with a muscular build covered in a double coat that’s thick enough to cope with the tough winter months. It’s possible to find Aluskie puppies in a huge range of colorways, including red, brown, cream, white, silver, light brown, gray, golden, salt and pepper or a combination of any of these.

An Alusky usually looks a little wolf-like in the face, thanks to their large erect ears and long, narrow muzzle. Their eyes are deep-set and almond-shaped, and are normally brown or a piercing blue. Noses are typically quite dark.

Alusky Breed Maintenance

The first thing you need to know about life with an Alusky is that this is a dog with a lot of energy. This means you need to be ready for a lot of long walks or runs in the great outdoors. You can probably guess that this hybrid takes well to warm temperatures, so consider your local climate before bringing an Alusky into the home.

A large yard for them to run around in is also ideal, as is a sandpit — the Alusky likes to dig and cares not for your immaculate lawn. When not exercising, be sure they have plenty of toys at their disposal to keep their big brains occupied as well.

You’re also going to dedicate a fair amount of time to grooming. Their coat should be brushed several times a week to keep it looking healthy, but this should increase to daily during shedding season. Fortunately, bathing isn’t required too often — only when they get particularly filthy when out and about.

As well as this, there are the essential tasks that parents have to carry out regardless of their dog’s breed. This includes brushing teeth and clipping nails regularly, as well as checking ears for signs of infection — the latter one is especially crucial as the Alusky can be prone to ear infections.


Alusky Health Risks

Fortunately, both the Alaskan Malamute and Siberian Husky are comparatively healthy breeds and there aren’t too many health conditions to which they’re more susceptible. However, the two main health risks with an Alusky are:

  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Cataracts

Pet parents need to be proactive when it comes to finding a healthy Alusky. One of the most important things to do is only deal with breeders who carry out screening and examinations on their animals — don’t be afraid to ask for proof of these.

Hip Dysplasia

One of the medical problems more frequently observed in Aluskies is Hip Dysplasia, a joint problem common in larger breeds that like to move around a lot. This happens when the hip bone and joint become misaligned, causing friction between the two and ultimately leading to reduced mobility and evident distress.

Hip Dysplasia can often be genetic, which underlines the importance of only dealing with breeders who carry out screening on their animals. However, environmental factors can also play a role, too — obese dogs are more likely to suffer from the condition, for example.

If a vet believes your dog is suffering from Hip Dysplasia, there are several treatment options available. Maintaining a healthy weight will typically be recommended in order for less strain to be placed on the trouble area, but supplements, physiotherapy and surgery are all options, too.

Cataracts

Another affliction that’s occasionally diagnosed in Aluskies is cataracts. The main symptom is a cloudy or dark eye lens, which stems from inadequate hydration. Sadly, this can lead to partial or even complete vision loss

Cataracts can be a hereditary condition, but it can also be the side effect of an infection, trauma or another health condition, such as Diabetes Mellitus.

The good news is that many dogs with cataracts can be successfully treated with a low-risk surgical procedure. Full recovery can take up to two or three months.



Many health conditions are more easily treated when caught earlier on — this is where the regular observations and tests that form part of a wellness plan really come into their own.




What Should I Feed an Alusky?

Aluskies in their prime should be doing a massive amount of exercise and so they’ll need plenty of protein, vitamins and minerals to keep their stamina levels replenished. 

Alusky puppies and senior dogs should have recipes catered towards their specific needs, and that changes according to age. You’ll find a senior Alusky dog probably needs fewer calories — but more protein — than Alusky puppies.

If you need guidance on picking the right food, a good starting point is this list of best dog foods for Siberian Huskies — one of the parent breeds of the Alusky — selected by our partner Dog Food Advisor. You can view a full list of the best dog foods available today here.



Alusky Temperament

The Alusky is known to be both intelligent and independent, although they can occasionally veer into stubborn territory. This can make training them a challenge for novice parents, but consistency and firmness will let them know you’re the leader of the pack and not the other way around.

Once you’ve established your authority, the Alusky is usually one of the gentlest and most loving dogs you could hope to meet. They’re normally good around young children, but due to their size and energy, it’s probably best not to leave them together unsupervised.

Again, this sociability can come with a drawback, namely that an Alusky can be prone to developing separation anxiety if they’re left alone for long periods of time.

Alusky Owner Experiences

Meeko
4 Years
3 People
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Walking
Great breed. Mine is much more malamute than husky. Energetic and destructive as a puppy, but around 3 he turned into a turd. Inside, you don't even know you have a dog as he is laid back. But when outside he comes alive.
6 years, 6 months ago
NIKITA
5 Months
1 People
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Friendliness
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Running
Lovely and happy always.
6 years, 1 month ago
Nova
5 Months
6 People
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Friendliness
Energy
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Surprisingly, my Alusky is more on the relaxed side. She does not become destructive when bored, but would rather sleep instead. When outside, she enjoys it and releases her happiness with everything and everyone.
6 years, 4 months ago
Zeke
12 Weeks
4 People
Apartment
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Energy
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It’s been Great! He is very friendly
6 years, 3 months ago
Meeka
6 Years
2 People
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Energy
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Meeka can be stubborn as she will come into the house when she is ready to but also playful. She likes to steal a shoe and run around the yard as if she would say "look wh aaaqt I have!"
6 years, 2 months ago
Braeden
11 Months
3 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Obedience, Service dog Tasking
Braeden has been a very good dog since the start. He is a very calm dog. We have had no issues with him when it comes to health or obedience. He is very willing to learn and very smart.. He is a very sweet dog with a very loving temperament.
6 years ago
Lexa
2 Months
3 People
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Very nice lovely like little baby
5 years, 11 months ago
Mia
13 Years
2 People
House
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Go to Park
Walk
catch
Cuddling
Watching movies
Playing in the snow
We rescued Mia when she was seven and a half from our local shelter. She was very sick and had been abused and neglected by her previous owners. We guess she was also born in a puppy mill, due to genetic deformations that have her weak tendons, muscles, and hips. She was very stubborn and made a lot of noise but she was a sweet, loving dog who loved belly rubs, walks on the beach, and eating snow. In her later years she displayed some strange behavior such as eating dirt, but the vet said it was because she wanted more vitamins and minerals. She was a lazy dog and she shed a lot. We still find her fur all over the house and car. One of her favorite games was Catch. Not fetch. Catch. We’d throw her the ball and she would catch it in her mouth and drop it and then bark at us until we picked it up and did it over. If she didn’t catch it in her mouth, she would chase it for about five feet and then turn around and bark at us to get the ball. My dad often joked we needed to get her a soap box to stand on. When we first got her, she needed a leash at all times since we didn’t have a fenced in yard. She bonded with my dad, since I wasn’t at home a lot, and in her later years would follow him when she slipped her collar. She had constant health issues such as Pneumonia, Cysts, and a nasty Bacterial Infection in her lungs she had her whole life. Four times we were terrified she was going to die and all four times she surprised us by living. On my birthday, three months ago, she was diagnosed with Lymph Node Cancer. She was suffering and we made the heart wrenching decision to put her down. We took her into the vet and gave her Bacon Pizza and a chocolate cupcake with peanut butter frosting and mini Reese’s peanut butter cups on top. The vet came in and gave her the injections and she laid her head in my lap. She died on May 4th, 2018 at 3:45 PM EST. She was thirteen and a half years old. I still haven’t fully gotten over her death, and I don’t think I ever will. She was my first dog and she was a joy to love and care for. I wish I had gotten to her before her old owners and given her the life she deserved, but I know while she was with us she was happy and spoiled rotten. I know she’s up on her Soapbox in the Sky, barking at the world while the people go about their daily business.
5 years, 10 months ago
Mickey
2 Months
3 People
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Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
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Pastimes
Walk
He's more relax and likes to sleep. But we it's time to play it go for a walk he's happy and energetic.
5 years, 10 months ago
Chabela
4 Months
3 People
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She’s absolutely the most playful little pup! Very loving.
5 years, 8 months ago
Zoe
5 Months
3 People
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Friendliness
Energy
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Walk
Play
Run
sleep
Mi experiencia con este perro ha sido muy gratificante, estoy aprendiendo a enseñarle a ir al baño, aún me deja sorpresas por toda la casa, pero esta bien. La amo profundamente, es muy cariñosa, le encanta lamer mis orejas y jugar conmigo
5 years, 7 months ago
Baloo
11 Months
2 People
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Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
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The best decision we've ever made was getting our Baloo. He keeps me fit and entertained at all times with his unique and hilarious personality.
5 years, 4 months ago
Demeter
4 Months
5 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Walks
Running
Harness training
Ball is life
Born 1/1/2019, large puppy with lots of energy, very clever, large appetite and high protein needs. Becomes warm likes to lay on the cold spots. Very vocal and playful likes to wrestle siblings. Picks up concepts but is very stubborn. Going to be large dog with lots of energy suited for cold northern regions with lots of room. Loves running. A goof floof, 11/10 will pet again.
5 years, 1 month ago
Hiro
1 Year
4 People
House
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Cuddling
Watching tv
going on walks
Sleeping
They’re honestly a beautiful breed! I find when I walk him, some people get a little frightened since Hiro closely resembles a wolf but is always surprised with how affectionate he is! He’s a terribly fast learner and is always open for cuddles and belly rubs. He does howl but he knows when to quiet down. Hiro’s also really great with kids (but still needs to be supervised since he is quite big and sometimes gets overwhelmed and forgets how much stronger he is compared to the child). They’re very possessive - not only over their toys and food but also over their humans as well!! (My personal experience is when my best guy friend comes over, Hiro hates it and tries to make him leave and also hates whenever my friend is relatively near me).
5 years, 1 month ago
Zueko
7 Years
4 People
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Energy
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We rescued a alusky with out knowing really. We wanted a dog and we found zeuko. We went to go see zueko and fell in love with him. But we didn’t know he was being neglected. The owners lied about his age they said he was 5 but we found out at the vets he was 7. We also found out he had some health problems too. He was really over weight as well. The owners openly admitted to walking him only 2 times in the space of one week. But now we have zeuko and he’s walked 3 to 4 times a day fed regularly and the right amount. He’s just got to loose a few pounds he’s gotten over his bladder problems and he’s really healthy. He doesn’t chase his tail anymore too. when we got zueko his tail was ruined like a stick with not very much fur. This was because his old owners didn’t walk him very often and when he was told he was gonna go on a walk he would chase his tail biting it. But now he’s regularly walked and doesn’t do that anymore. His tail is getting better by the day my dads so proud of zueko and he feels like we rescued him.
5 years ago
Misha
7 Years
2 People
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Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Play
Only had her about a month. New experience for us and her but we are already learning and she’s a great dog.
4 years, 10 months ago
Abby
6 Months
5 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Running & walks
I have a very smart female. She learns easily but still has mid-steps occasionally.
4 years, 8 months ago
Dakota
8 Years
3 People
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Had several dogs growing up, this however is my first Alusky. Sweet, loving, kind, loyal and a tad bit stubborn. I adopted him two years ago. It has been a fantastic experience, however I would not recommend a first time dog owner to get one they do require a lot of work and attention.
4 years, 6 months ago
Cherokee
12 Years
2 People
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Our last dog was also an Alusky that we had the honor of parenting for 10 years. He had the sweetest personality and thought he was a lap dog. He was approximately 65 lbs. He had a very silky coat that was dark brown, tan, cream and white. He was beautiful. He was a talker. Anywhere we would go, he would talk to people as they admired his stunning looks. When he went on walks, neighbors would come out just to visit with him. He was my heart, and I miss him. ❤️
3 years, 11 months ago
Silver
7 Months
5 People
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Brings joy to my whole life :)
I am really glad having him in my life. He is such a great dog.I have 2 dogs, 1 is an alusky and one is a malamute/German shepard/Anita mix. The two dogs have totally different personalities. My alusky is quite shy with humans, trust only a few people, but with those really affectionate. He loves dogs soo much, it is really difficult to handle him on leash as he pulls. We are training everyday how to be better on leash and we are making some progress. He is really smart, too smart to do tasks repeatedly,as he gets bored easily. He is only 7 months old, but so far only destroyed a phone charger when left alone. He would sleep instead of destroying things,whilst my other malamute mix would escape from the garden by digging a huge whole under the fence. :) They both like to talk though, you can have a high level convo with them. Really funny. Please only get this breed if you are willing to commit to long and regular walks and exercise as they really like running.
3 years, 11 months ago
Sokka
4 Months
6 People
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Well i have 4 dogs, a bichon, husky and a pitbull mix. They all absolutely get all along so well with eachother. My alusky his name is sokka i recently got him on August 7th 2020 and hes been such a good boy! Hes really easy to train he learned potty training so quickly too, with the help of my Husky daisy she basically treats him as if he's her baby! They both get along so well and daisy and Sokka both love playing and chasing they do so well together! As for my 2 other dogs they also get along great!! The only thing id say is hard is the shedding but eh who cares they're adorable! You gotta brush them a lot Or dont its up to you but its better if you do though cause sokka hes only 4 months and he sheds like crazy!! Hes so energetic too! They are really energetic but it also depends on the puppy you get but usually they are. Id say so far sokka is amazing! Hes an absolute beauty! If you wanna see how he looks like check us out on Instagram @poofidaisy.🥺❤️❤️
3 years, 9 months ago
Bear
8 Weeks
8 People
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Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
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Play
Tug-of-war
The puppy in the beginning of Togo!! That's her to the T
3 years, 8 months ago
Danny
11 Years
2 People
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Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
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Pastimes
Such a good boy loves to chase the ball
3 years, 8 months ago
Kimber
1 Year
3 People
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Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Walking
Hiking
Running
He is so loving and sweet! Stubborn, but adorable and cuddly!
3 years, 2 months ago
Harley
9 Months
4 People
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Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
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I love him so much. He is so sweet. He is trained and still a little tough to walk with but I ride my bike with him at our campground and it works. I'm trying to determine how long he will shed into the summer months and the difference between blowing his coay and shedding.
2 years, 12 months ago
Happy
4 Months
2 People
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Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Sniffing out certain things
Go to Park
racing
I haven’t had it for a long time, but I have did the things above with it
2 years, 10 months ago
Jack
6 Years
2 People
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Health
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Friendliness
Energy
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Backpacking
We apodted Jack from our local Humane Society at about 2 years old. For our first dog as a young couple, he fits in very well with our active live style and when were lazy, he's lazy. Jack is great with our other Husky, Keeshond, and Cat. We adopted all these pets after having him, but we were never worried about him "accecpting" them into our home. He LOVES LOVES LOVES CHILDREN (not so much hair pulling) but he is great even around newborns. He yips and howls a lot to communicate when he needs something and is very smart. Each dog is different, but I would highly recommend an Alusky to anyone who is capable of the grooming and exercise/using smart toys.
2 years, 10 months ago
Emerick
1 Year
5 People
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Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Nap
Dog Parks
High Five
Run
Walk
Chase
I love my Alusky mix so much!?
2 years, 8 months ago
Bella
1 Year
5 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Run
She a nice energetic dog who loves food
2 years, 8 months ago
Argo (Argonaut)
3 Months
2 People
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Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Laying in the sun
Eating Snacks
Bath time
Nap
Play
Catch treats
Groom
Look out the window
Go to Park
Love at first sight. Cutest little guy I've seen since my other pup was a pup! He has good days and bad days, though. He can get a little crazy if he doesn't get enough attention or wants more food. I'm a firm believer in regular exercise to try and prevent bad behavior.
2 years, 7 months ago
2 paws
7 Months
3 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Chasing balls
This is my first, I've had livestock dog's in the past and just wanted to try something different.
2 years, 7 months ago
Heyvey
15 Years
4 People
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Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Hunt
Road trip
Flyball
Hide & Seek
Run
High Five
Fetch
My alusky saved my life. A burglar broke into my house and Heyvey, my alusky, peed on his leg and he ran home crying. Aluskies for the win! :)
2 years, 3 months ago
Heyvey (Triple H)
15 Years
9+ People
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One night, I heard a loud noise. My alusky was going crazy. Running wild, not acting like herself. I was able to pin her down. I tried to pet her, but I felt a bump. When I moved her fur aside, I saw a zipper. I screamed, but it was too late. Heyvey (my alusky) bolted to the kitchen. I thought to myself, "Did I hallucinate that? Maybe she's running to the kitchen because she's hungry!" But when I walked to the kitchen, Heyvey had a knife in her mouth. Screaming, I dashed to the phone to call the police. Then, to my horror, I heard a slow unzipping... I turned around and saw a wrinkly, old, grey woman with tangled hair running towards me with a knife. All I saw was the left behind dog costume on the floor before it all went black.
2 years, 3 months ago
Vanesa
5 Years
2 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Going on drives
Walking
None. Vanessa is a rescue and I don't think previous owner spent much time with he.She doesn't like quick movement around her but is very protective of me. She takes a while to warm up to other rescues and doesn't like little dogs or puppies due to movement
2 years, 1 month ago
roscoe
1 Year
3 People
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pain in the ass but cute as hell he loves to chase the cat and playing tug of war. don't let your alusky near your chickens
2 years ago
Bella
3 Months
5 People
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Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Playing
Driving
Walking
Bella is still a little Alusky and she is so playful. She learns everything very fast (10-15mins) but she needs to be focused on you while learning and needs so much treats. She is very stubborn and will only repeat what she learned if you are awarding her with treats. She is 3 months old, but she is very playful, easy trainable and friendly dog. She is full of energy and bites only shoes.
1 year, 11 months ago
Koda
4 Months
2 People
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Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
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Dog Parks
Walking
Koda is about 4 and a half months now and is FOOD motivated like I have never seen. I never had a dog eat so fast like he'll never see food again. We had to get slow feeders and puzzle plates for him. He is a sweet pup, loves people and affection but he gets mouthy when he isn't getting attention or is bored. He has tons of energy outside but is pretty chill in the house. He hadn't hit the teething stage hard just yet so I'm curious if my walls and furniture will make it through that. He hadn't touched anything that wasn't his yet but our socks. LOL. I love this little guy to pieces either way. Such a loyal and affectionate pup and a beautiful breed as well.
1 year, 5 months ago
Crow
3 Years
1 People
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Grooming
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Energy
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Crow is very friendly dog who is always open to new people and new experiences.
6 months ago
Rambo
4 Years
3 People
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Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
wrestling
Walking
Mine was so energetic as a puppy, but now that he is 4, he's calmed down and lays around most of the day until the whole pack is together. Only then will he go for a walk and play. He's also gotten a bit tired of doggie daycare. Wish this wasn't the case. He has been going since he was a puppy, and I learned that dogs can outgrow the constant excitement of daycare. THANKFULLY, he still loves to dig. :-(
2 months, 3 weeks ago
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