Los Angeles Dog Boarding
Walking into a Los Angeles dog boarding I saw some Malamutes. Malamutes are naturally oriented towards otherand they aren't a one-person dog. This is a great outside dog that loves cold weather and snow. The size of the litter of malamutes varies considerably. They grow very quickly during the first weeks of having been born and some dog breeders have said that by eight weeks they should weight around 12 kilograms. Keep in mind that there are many different sizes inside of the breed and the future owner must know what the background of that specific dog is. Full growth can take up to four years, although this varies with some types. Dog breeders put a lot of emphasis on the behavior and character of these when someone is choosing a puppy to take home. The future owner of one of these should, if possible, meet the parents of the puppy. When meeting the mother or the parents, make sure that both the parents and puppies interact well with people. Adult malamutes have a tendency to become rebellious and they do this to put their authority to the test, remember this is their nature. Therefore these need a very firm and consistent owner that will keep them in line so that this phase passes by quickly. Shedding can be quite a big ordeal since they have so much hair, and it is very important the owners take good care of their coats and hair by brushing it frequently or having a professional take care of it. This is one of the services that they offer at the Los Angeles dog boarding facility. These enjoy playing outdoors in fresh or cool seasons and are great fun to be with.