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40 Alaskan Malamutes Being The Biggest Floofs

Alaskan Malamutes are well-known for their incredible physiques, as well as their charming and funny personalities and behaviors. They are the most beautiful breed of dog on the planet. Alaskan Malamutes can reach heights of over six feet and have the appearance of a puppy at the same time. It is possible to use them as pillows and blankets because they are so fluffy. Their fluffiness will make its way to your heart and they are a breed of dog that once you adopt one, you’ll forever cherish and adore.


They are considered to be one of the most intelligent and loyal dog breeds. Some Alaskan Malamute owners have posted amazing photographs of their huge fluffy dogs on the internet which we have gathered here. And these pictures are enough to warm your heart and undoubtedly brighten your day.

1. They definitely learned how to make good memories together.

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2. This has got to be the most adorable toy-dog duo ever.

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This massive Alaskan dog named Luca is obsessed with her dog-toy. She enjoys destroying every toy except this one.

3. Man, Pupper Has Grown Up!

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If you provide them with the love and attention they need, this breed of dog can live for twelve to fifteen years. Because Alaskan Malamutes need lots of exercises because they were developed to pull sleds in harsh winter environments. So going for a walk with these pals is not an option! Give your dog lots of movement unless you prefer hearing it growl in frustration.

These doggos are also safe enough to play with kids. But, no matter how soft-hearted these Malamutes get, you should always monitor or supervise them while playing around the children.  Because sometimes these dogs don’t often realize the power and how furious they can get at times.

4. A big fluffy Malamute!

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Can you believe this huge doggo just turned one?

5. “Knock Knock! Who’s there? It’s me, the most adorable species on Earth”

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6. When you don’t realize how big you’ve actually grown up.

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If you ever wish to adopt or own these Alaskan Malamute dogs, you should know about this breed’s health difficulties. There’s a health problem known as hip dysplasia (a genetic defect in which their hip sockets require surgery to repair) and these dogs are at high risk of having this disease. It can be costly. But if this problem is not treated at the right time, then these poor souls might have arthritis later in their life. Still, if you are willing to adopt them, then make sure to have proper documentation of these dogs’ parents’ history or hereditary conditions.

Also, these dogs are at high risk of inheriting polyneuropathy. Alaskan Malamutes can lead to the loss of coordination and weakness because this problem can make their neurological system disorganized. That’s why it’s important to have their parent’s hereditary condition documents while adopting them. If their parents are in good condition, then it’s possible that these Alaskan dogs should be well.

7. This floof is so furious and handsome at the same time.

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8. This dog is in total bliss!

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This Alaskan doggo is a pure joy living at Mt. Hermon, Israel.

9. A-Grumpy-Floof!

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10. Is this a bear or a dog?

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11. Cute Alaskan Malamutes, and a little fluffy cat!


12. Once a puppy, always a puppy!

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13. Don’t worry! He’ll grow into it.

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This guy brought a hiking pack for this tiny fluff Malamute. But it seems like it needs some more time to fit this floof.

14. Tonka looks absolutely adorable in his little Holloween attire.


Tonka, all ready for Halloween as a Siberian Husky.

15. The longer you look at this picture, the more creepy it gets!

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16. WARNING: His happiness is contagious.

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The guy’s girlfriend’s brother got a new adorable doggo.

17. Malamutes are the best pillows!

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18. His cuddles have got to be the best.

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19. Covered in a snow blanket, this pal is looking absolutely adorable!

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20. This mighty Malamute looks like a wolf, but it’s a floof!

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Meet Gibson, a huge Alaskan Malamute dog.

21. How does he fit in a house?

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22. When your Malamute is your personal blanket.

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Here’s a 2 Months Vs 7 Months Comparison of this Alaskan dog.

23. They grow up soo fast…

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24. A bed full of 250 Lbs Alaskas!

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25. Johny Johny? Yes, papa. Eating cake? No papa!

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The face you make when someone asked you: ‘Who finished the cake?’, here you know who it was!

26. That is one adorable polar bear/malamute.

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27. The malamute behind him doesn’t want to get in his path.

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28. Meet Xander, who looks like a bear, but he’s just an adorable Alaska dog!

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Someone at the park called Xander a wolf bear!

29. Take your left foot out,1..2..3.., and now right foot out!

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30. A teddy bear disguised as a Malamute.

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31. Looks like this Alaskan dog Ember is running at 30 km/h.

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32. Isn’t this just the cutest?

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You can see the 8-month difference here!

33. We all know that the little one is the boss.

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34. It is time to invest in a larger car. Or maybe a truck?

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35. How come he looks taller than her?

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36. Those are ginormous paws!

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37. Alaska Malamutes are kind enough to let you share their chair!

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38. Where do we get an invitation to this birthday party?

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This guy celebrated his Malamute first birthday with a combination of balloons, carrot cupcakes, and hats!

39. Still a puppy at heart!


40. “Can we please get takeout for dinner, mom?”

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Do you own an Alaska Malamute? If yes, we would love to see the images of these massive adorable dogs in the comments section below. Don’t forget to share this with your doggo lover friends and family.


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