Mally Foxhound Breed Appearance
The Mally Foxhound is a hybrid mix of the Alaskan Malamute and the Foxhound. As such, the hybrid can take on the appearance traits of one or both of the parent breeds. Your hybrid could have a body which is broad and muscular with a confident stance or athletic, clean cut, muscular one without bulk; a head that is broad with pointed ears which are carried erect, or long muzzle with pendent, low set ears of medium length; the eyes are dark with the rims of the eyes, the nose and lips all being colored black, or large brown eyes; the tail could be long and curled up toward the back, or long and gaily carried high. The colors of the hybrid could be: a variety of colors ranging from solid white to two-toned white with black, gray, red or sable markings or tricolor (black, white and tan) or white with hare (more tan than black and white, giving the look of a hare), badger (a mixture of white, gray, brown and black hairs), tan or yellow. The coat could be double with the undercoat being about 2 inches long, thick and oily to provide protection from harsh cold temperatures and repel water, or short, shiny, hard textured and dense. The hybrid could weigh in from 55 to 95 pounds and stand 22 to 27 inches tall.