40 Goofy Alaskan Malamutes That Prove They're Just Gaint Puppies

40 Goofy Alaskan Malamutes That Prove They’re Just Gaint Puppies

  • By Hashir
  • May 29, 2020
  • 6 minutes read

Some habits never change.

Time goes by, people grow old, the world changes, but dogs still remain little puppies. No matter how old or big dogs get, the little baby inside them is always there! Though it’s something commonly seen in humans and dogs alike, dogs exhibit this on a completely different level. From showing attachment to their toys, to senselessly jumping into their owner’s lap, to having complete disregard for personal space, these doggos never really do grow up even though they grow many times in size.

While this applies to all dogs in general as they are all good boys sharing pretty much the same traits. However, this is especially true in the case of Alaskan Malamutes. Malamutes can reach a height upto 25 inches and easily weigh 75-80 pounds. They highly resemble wolves and are one of the largest dogs in the world.

The following posts that we have compiled for you show just how innocent and childish Alaskan Malamutes are even after growing to the size of an average wolf!

How the tables have turned!

Once a puppy, always a puppy.

“My Big Dude Just Turned One And Is Massive!”

This is Luca. She destroys all her toys, however, this one is her favorite.

Welcome to your doggo guide! How may I help you today?

This Alaskan Malamute thinks he’s a lap dog.

Not sure if this is a Malamute or a Lion.

“An Alaskan Malamute Having The Time Of His Life At Mt. Hermon, Israel.”

Chonky boi.

Camouflage 100.

“Welcome Back Hooman. Did You Remember To Buy My Tuna?”

“New Game, Did You Spot Milo Instantly Or Have To Do A Double Take?”

Malamutes have a thick, double coat that is usually grey, black or red. Their most prominent features include pointy ears, an upward curved tail, and an overall strong body. They are highly intelligent dogs with an above average lifespan of about 12-15 years!

“As I Keep Seeing Big Dogs On Here, May I Present To You My Friend’s Alaskan Malamute, Gibson.”

“She Still Calls Him Her Puppy.”

“I Bought My Malamute Puppy A Hiking Pack, It Doesn’t Quite Fit Him Yet.”

“Tonka The Alaskan Malamute Dressed For Halloween As A Siberian Husky.”

When your hooman calls someone else a good boy.

Cuddles with Alaskan Malamutes are the best!

“My Girlfriend’s Brother Got A New Dog.”

Big baby!

Same photo 7 months apart.

Crazy how quickly they grow up.

Historically, Malamutes were used as Sled Dogs because of their big size and their ability to survive in cold temperatures. Although there were other dog breeds that were much faster, Malamutes covered longer distance as they had more strength and stamina.

“My Mini-Malamute.”

“How To Keep 250 Lbs Of Malamute Out Of Your Bed.”

“Our Faces, When Asked, Who Finished The Cake. Hint: It Wasn’t The Human.”

“Xander, The Dogs At The Park Called Me A Wolf Bear Again.”

When someone opens a bag of chips.

“This Polar Bear.”

“Buddy, Are You A Malamute Or A Teddy Bear?”

Dancing with my baby.

“What A Difference 8 Months Can Make. No More Looking Down To Teddy.”

“Believe It Or Not, That’s An Alaskan Malamute, Not A Weird Rabbit. Meet Ember.”

All in all, Malamutes are just big furry babies who are extremely friendly and playful. Though they are a cold-weather breed, Malamutes today are found in almost all homes as pet dogs.

Due to their friendly nature, they don’t make great guard dogs despite having an enormous size. They easily become friends with anyone they meet.

Big doggo vs smol pupper.

Adventurous car rides with Malamutes.

“I Think We Could Be A Better Beauty And The Beast Than Beauty And The Beast.”

One big happy family.

“That Has Been His Chair Since He Was A Puppy.”

“My Malamute Just Turned 1, So We Celebrated With Balloons, Hats, And Carrot Cupcakes.”

It doesn’t matter how big you get, you’ll always be my little puppy.

What’s for dinner, Mom?

Are you in love with Malamutes yet? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

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