Alaskan Malamute Question

I have a strange question to ask, I has alaskan malamute she is going to be three later this...


I have a strange question to ask, I has alaskan malamute she is going to be three later this year. She is from a line of pedigree's but when i got her the breeder said 'i will worn you she has got a bit of spanish breed it to her blood line to keep it ' can't quite remember the exact words but basically to keep genetics strong and and to avoid gentic problems. My question is does anyone know what she means by spanish?

    In Alaskan Malamute - Asked by Anonymous - 9/28/2012 3:29:03 PM
If your breeder has the pedigree of your dog, then what she is saying is untrue. The Alaskan Malamute has nothing to do with any of the Spanish breeds that would resemble a Malamute. The only dog that would be close would be the Spanish Mastiff and if that were true, then your dog is not purebred and the paper's she has are false. If you have her papers and her pedigree, you can contact the owner's of her grandsire and granddam and so on to make sure that they are of pure lines as well. Dogs can not be registered unless their pedigree/linage is also registered. But a fairly new kennel club, the Continental kennel club is allowing people to register their dogs even without previous papers, which is unfair to unsuspecting puppy owners and untrue in the dog's linage.
    Answered by Anonymous - 5/1/2014 12:40:33 AM