Every Day When This Man Comes Home From Work, His Dog Does THIS. The sweetest thing I’ve ever seen a dog Do

Please, meet Jack Pitzer and his Mensa level, as he refers to her, Alaskan Malamute, Lakota. They have an exceptionally warm relationship, and the dog gets very happy when Jack comes home from work. To show her appreciation, Lakota came up with a special and very touching way to greet Jack. She wasn’t trained to do this, she thought it up all by herself. Malamutes are highly intelligent dogs. They have a long genetic foundation of living in the harshest environment, which made them develop a strong, independent temperament. The combination of these two qualities makes it difficult to train Malamutes. However, if the owner understands the dog and how to keep him motivated, success is possible. Enjoy and share the beautiful moment between Jack and Lakota.


Isn’t that a sweet greeting?! It feels so good when you know, someone is waiting for you at home and is always happy to see you. That’s why everyone needs a dog. I named my dog Happiness, and every day I know that Happiness awaits me. Alaskan Malamute is the largest and oldest of the Arctic sled dogs that possesses great strength and endurance. These dogs were meant to carry large loads over long distances. Today, many Malamutes are family pets. Being highly athletic they enjoy and require physical activity. They love sledding, weight-pulling, jogging and swimming. Alaskan Malamute was named after the native Innuit tribe called Mahlemuts, who settled in Alaska. This breed is an affectionate and friendly family dog. The high intelligence and the strong will, requires to start training early. Due to their origins, Malamutes can have a high prey drive, that’s why it is necessary to be supervise them around smaller animals. However, these dogs can be trained to tolerate smaller pets.

Sources:

http://www.akc.org/breeds/alaskan_malamute/index.cfm

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