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For most families who are looking for a new puppy, the toughest challenge is finding a quality healthy puppy from a reputable breeder. We are that breeder! Are you looking for a puppy or adult Tamaskan? Would like some personal service? Someone who is experienced with the breed and will help you with all your questions and concerns? Please give us a call today. We are a family owned private kennel committed to raising premium quality Tamaskans at reasonable prices. Our family is completely involved in taking care of the happiness and well being of our dogs. It is important to us to continue the betterment of the Tamaskan breed while maintaining its tradition of excellence. Our focus is to raise Tamaskans with superior dispositions, temperaments, and working ability. We are dedicated to delivering all of the best qualities these dogs have to offer.We are Everywhere No matter what state that you live in, chances are you will find a Tamaskan that came from us. Not local to us? We have the solution...
Our top priority is helping you choose a Tamaskan puppy that will be a member of your family for the next 15-20 years. We offer the best Lifetime Health Guarantee in the business which is clearly posted on the site. When you receive your puppy, this identical Health Guarantee will be given to you in writing. We love our puppies and want them to end up with suitable loving families. Temperament is very important when looking for a Tamaskan puppy. We will spend as much time as you need, helping you select the right puppy for your family. Our puppies are truly irresistible and make your family complete. Take a look at our home page to see our parents interact with their babies and how the puppies have grown. They will melt your heart.Our Kennel The thing that sets us apart from a lot of breeders is that our Tamaskans live inside the home with us. We are a Tamaskan family. They are part of our daily lives. Although it can get hectic, it is well worth it. People constantly tell us how easily one of our puppies integrated into their new families with small children and other pets.
From two weeks of age, our puppies begin socialization into real-world inside family life. Many of our adult Tamaskans enjoy the comfort of sleeping with our daughter every night of the week. ALL of our puppies are raised inside our loving home with our family to ensure that at the time of delivery your puppy will be used to an indoor family environment. All of our Tamaskan adults are TCA registered "Tamaskan Club of America". This ensures that you will be getting a quality purebred Tamaskan puppy backed by the strict guidelines mandated by the TCA. Better adults produce better puppies. We are always updating our site to feature our up and coming Tamaskan litters. Please call us today to make arrangements to bring the best of our family to yours. We look forward to hearing from you.Buyer Beware We chose the kennel name "Blustag" years ago when we imported our first Tamaskan Foundation Dogs. We chose the kennel prefix because the word "Blustag" means "Pack Leader" in the Comanche Native American Indian language.
That being said, there is an unrelated Tamaskan breeder residing in the United Kingdom who is alleging that she has some sort of claim to the phrase "Pack Leader" and hence the kennel prefix "Blustag". Please, do not be fooled. When you are buying a Tamaskan please ensure that you are having direct communication with the "real-Blustag". Tamaskans are a rare breed especially with only a few registered breeders in the United States of America. The cost of importing a puppy is even more costly due to shipping prices. In either event, purchasing a Tamaskan is quite a financial commitment. Therefore, before you put a buy a Tamaskan puppy, please make sure you are working with a reputable registered breeder. " and are the only entity legally able to use its kennel prefix. If there is no phone number on the website, you have found the wrong Blustag!I have 3 male Shih Tzu Puppies now 7 weeks old for sale. All very healthy & chunky, weaned and well on the way to being house trained.
Bernese Mountain Dog puppies for sale. We still have 2 girls and 3 boys left. These lovely pups are almost 4 month old & ready to go to thei...We have 2 males cardigan Corgi Pups for sale. Both are very chunky and very sociable. Only 2 left out of a litter of 6. Pups come with micro...This ad isFeatured 1 images KC Reg Alaskan Malamute Puppies *only males left* Ready to go 8 weeks (17th July) Full KC papers, both parents papers viewable also Free insurance Puppy pack including lead and toys 1st inoculation De-fleaded and wormed £100 deposit required Both parents can be viewed, Father is 2/2 Hip score, Date of birthDOB:22 May 2015 Ready for rehomeRehome date:17 Jul 2015 Dundee £700 Save this adThe Alaskan Malamute is friendly, affectionate, and loyal, but can have a mind of its own. Although a hardy breed hereditary health problems may include hip dysplasia, chondrodysplasia, and bloat. Life expectancy is around 12-15 years.The Alaskan Malamute has a very thick and coarse coat and would do well with a good brushing twice a week.
They are very heavy shedders and there undercoat comes out in clumps twice a year. Bathes for this breed really aren't necessary as they easily shed dirt. Also as an energetic working dog they do best with some space to run or a walk at least twice a day. Litter planned for early 2014. Breeder of quality AKC Alaskan Malamutes from working and champion bloodlines. We have puppies and adults and fostered puppies and adults available occasionally. All buyers must qualify to adopt and agree to abide by our contract. We health check all our dogs and a... Anonymous asked: I have a female Malamute. She is 9 months old and is very shy. Any help in encouraging her to open up and not be so shy? She is shy when in the house that she opts to go to the corner. She comes out to play but when I approach her she goes to hide. What can I do to break through to her and reach her? Unlike people, dog's actually can not be shy. Which means that she was not been properly socialized as a puppy, so you have a lot of work ahead of you.
Contact your local Positive Reinforcement trainer and he/she will give you the tools to work with your dog. Fear is a major issue for a lot of dogs and it needs to be worked with a.s.a.p, as it can turn into fear-aggression in a heart beat. It's time to break out the yummy treats and teach her that the world is a safe and fun placeMalamutes usually love to please so If I were you I would work on laying on the praise when she looks at you, notices you, and especially comes to you. I would get her out of the house to places like parks and have people say hi to her. She should come around if given enough attention. Malamutes feed off attention as it is in their genes. Mine absolutely loves to be brushed and it calms her down. Figure out something she likes and pinpoint it. Try to get other people involved that you have around.Florida would be difficult for an Alaskan Malamute, unless you plan on allowing the dog to be inside for the hottest part of the day and only exercise the dog with fresh drinking water available;