This page lists just some of the resources and activities available to dog owners in general—and Malamute owners in particular. Because Malamutes need to be involved, active and exercised, it’s important to get the relationship off to a happy and fulfilled start. Explore these links to discover some of the activities and resources available to support you and your dog.
Alaskan Malamute Club of the UK
AMCUK is the place to go for breed-specific information in the UK. AMCUK is the parent organization for AMCUK Rescue and, as such, provides support to the Rescue operation. If you’re considering an Alaskan Malamute, whether it’s a pedigreed puppy or a rescue, this is a great place to begin. Many people who rescue an Alaskan Malamutes go on to become AMCUK members.
Alaskan Malamute Working Association
AMWA is just what the name says! An organization dedicated to working dogs and sponsors rallies for purebred sled dogs. you’re AMCUK Rescue Malamute will be qualified to participate so, if you’re considering adopting a Malamute, click the link above and have a look. Malamutes are bred to work and love to run and participate.
The Kennel Club
The primary objective of the Kennel Club is 'to promote in every way, the general improvement of dogs'. The Kennel Club was founded in 1873 and is able to offer dog owners an unparalleled source of information, experience and advice on dog welfare, dog health, dog training and dog breeding. The Kennel Club maintains lists of Accredited Breeders and is responsible for maintenance of a Code of Ethics for dog breeders in the United Kingdom.
Siberian Husky Club of Great Britain (SHCGB)
~Malamute owners also own Siberian Huskies and SHCGB membership supports working Northern dogs in harness.
~ Canicross—"cani" as in dog and "cross" as in cross country running—has really taken off in the UK, was featured at Crufts 2009 and has been featured in both dog and fitness magazines. It’s a great way to keep you and your dog fit—it is simply competitive cross country trail running, for all ages and abilities, with one or two dogs attached to the runner, usually hooked to a bungee spring and padded waist belt worn low.
The Animal Health Trust
AHT exists to fight disease and injury in animals. Thanks to our pioneering work improving diagnosis, treatment and prevention, horses, dogs and cats are living healthier, happier lives – in the UK and across the world.