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Hudsons Alaskan Malamutes - AKC bred for temperment, quality and size

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Hudson's Malamutes - The Adults - The Girls - Mia

Mia has found a wonderful, loving forever home!

Hudsons Malamutes - Mia

150 lbs
advertising weight
122 lbs. - real weight

Hudsons Malamutes - Mia
born 2004
Hudsons Malamutes - Mia
Registration provided
upon request
Hudsons Malamutes - Mia
is a red/white
Alaskan Malamute

Mia is such a sweet girl. She has been through a lot in her short life and still comes out with a sweet and loving temperament to everyone she sees. We had a lot of rough roads with Mia including her wanting to give you a full body hug everytime you went near her or showed her attention. But with a little firm but loving correction she learned very fast. Now Mia is a great dog and is everything I could have asked for. Mia is loved and hugged every day, just to remind her that she is now in a caring loving home.

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Mia (above) - September 2007

I know these pictures might be a bit disturbing to some but this is what happens many times behind the scenes in some kennels. And I wanted to explain to some why it is so important to go see the kennel, parents and dogs before they purchase. Or at least have references, updated pictures and research your breeder before you purchase from them. Mia was purchased from a kennel in Gladys VA (via a kennel in KY within a few day span - all proper authorized paperwork was completed - feel free to email for proof). Mia was not fed and wormed properly. When Mia came she was quarantined and given proper medical treatment. and in just a few short months look at what a great dog she became. It was rumored that this kennel was in practice of not taking care of their dogs. Many of these claims were substantiated when multiple dogs from this kennel were turned into rescue before going out of business in (2009). Please see pictures of many dogs that were turned into rescue below.
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Mia - when she was purchased - May 19, 2007

Dogs turned into rescue by Gladys VA kennel 2008:
Hudsons Malamutes - Gladys VA rescue
Hudsons Malamutes - Gladys VA rescue
Hudsons Malamutes - Gladys VA rescue
Hudsons Malamutes - Gladys VA rescue
Hudsons Malamutes - Gladys VA rescue
Hudsons Malamutes - Gladys VA rescue

Psalm 115:1
Not to us, O Lord, but to you goes all the glory for your unfailing love and faithfulness.
© 2004-2021 Jolene Houghtaling
Hudsons Huskies and Malamutes
P.O. Box 241
Baxter, TN 38544
(931) 432-0955