Malamutes will eat everything on their path. Everything! They are polar dogs and everything looks like prey or a nice thing to chew upon/swallow.
Our pack numbers have increased – introducing our new malamute puppy Yuki, who came from a renowned Najanin kennel in Norway.
It was a very fast and furry month for us and our malamute Taiga: 3 dryland bikejoring sprint races, plenty of training and lots of lessons to learn.
“Lets start training in order to ensure that the great accomplishments of our beloved breed won’t become a thing of the past!”, Svein Tore Bøe (Najanin)
So you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to get fit this year… And maybe, by some miracle, you have an Alaskan Malamute at your home? Then you are saved!
Winter is coming. Well, it came and already left. But we didn’t waste our time – spend incredible weekends on snow and sleds with Taiga’s friends.
There’s no other place on Earth where the vast arctic wilderness is in such great balance with qualitative services, comfort and amazing Finnish people!
Taiga wishes you a very merry Christmas and asks the Santa for at least a bit of snow – the weather here is terrible!
Climate change is real. Instead of usual heavy snow this year we get only positive temperatures, constant rain and muddy trails. There’s nothing else left but bikejoring with Taiga through the winter every time the tracks dry out.
Finally, we’ve got snow! Well, 5 millimetres of it, so it’s still not enough for sledding, thus we’ve had our first carting training in a three wheeled rig during the weekend.
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