The Alaskan Malamute, among the oldest of the Arctic sled dogs was named after the native Innuit tribe called Malamutes. They have served as a good companion for thousands of years pulling big sleds loaded with goods and human cargo across the snow and ice. When Alaska became settled by white men, the Arctic breed may have become mixed with outside dogs, but these sled dogs have never lost their identity.
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