The Alaskan Malamute is the largest of the Arctic breeds. He is a thick well-built dog with a plumed tail he carries over his back. The dog holds the image of a wolf but with a proud, sweet expression. He has a thick , course double coat that averages one to three inches in length and comes in a range of light grey, black sable and red. Combinations include wolf grey, black and white, wolf sable and red. The only permissable solid colour is white. The Alaskan Malamute is extremely loyal and intelligent. He is sweet and affectionate towards his family and great with children. Due to his sweet temperment, he is not suitable as a guard dog. Without firm leadership and regular exercise, these dogs can become destructive. They need owners who are firm and confident and consitant pack leader. Here at Silverfern Farm, we breed our dogs with an emphasis on temperment so we can provide you with the best companion possible. Our pups are raised in a heated outdoor kennel with plenty of interactions with people and animals.
Whanau ( pronounced Fa-now) is the grandson of Kodiak and Tika. He was born in 2013. He is a big boy weighing over 160 lbs. He is just a big lovable boy who readily passes on the "goofball" gene to his pups.
Wharo (pronounced Faro) Is the son of Whanau and Kura. He was born in and is a very lovable and goofy guy. He is also a big boy weighing in at 150 lbs. His pups tend to have a standard coat.
Kura was born in January 2016. She is a standard coat Malamute and throws beautiful pups in black/white and red/white.
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Pipi was born in 2018 and is a lovely girl. She is very gentle and friendly and produces amazing pups. Pipi is approx 80 lbs and has a long coat.