Welcome to Wolf Glacier Alaskan Malamutes! We are Alaskan malamute fanciers located in the beautiful Wasatch Mountain region of Northern Utah. We have been actively involved with Alaskan malamutes since 1999. Our primary passion is showing our Alaskan malamutes in conformation.
We are a small, hobby kennel striving to promote, raise and breed only AKC standard/registered Alaskan malamutes. Alaskan malamutes are our life, love and passion. We have a limited number of malamutes so we can adequately provide them with superior attention. Our dogs are not kennel dogs, they are loving pets and house dogs, first and foremost.
Wolf Glacier is dedicated to promoting outstanding working dogs who can excel in the conformation ring as well as be exceptional companions.
Currently, we are being mentored by a couple of exceptional mentors. We are working with breeders whose lines are T’Domar/Kodara and looking to incorporate a small bit of M’Loot. Our first litter is planned for 2016; our first home bred female being a result of crossing these spectacular malamute lines.
We will always breed for health and temperament first! We are also focusing on increasing bone, structure and coat.
Our future plans are: to obtain our foundation female within the next year, continue to actively show and work our dogs and then breed our first litter in the next 2 to 3 years.
We look forward to and enjoy talking about Alaskan malamutes. If you are interested in our upcoming litter or simply want to talk Malamutes, send us an email or give us a call!
My Story – Sherida
I have always loved animals, beginning with the chickens and rabbits my family raised. Later I bonded with the dogs my grandparents had. Bear Dog, a pure bred all black Australian shepherd from Brushwood kennels and Sham, a yellow labrador mix. But it would be years before I met MY breed.
In 1998 I met MY breed, the Alaskan malamute. I was introduced to this breed by my then future sister-in-law. Little Tobesha was her large Alaskan malamute. I was completely captivated by his large size, extremely wonderful temperament and his wolf-like appearance. I was hooked.
I officially became involved with Alaskan malamutes when I obtained my first malamute Jinx, in April of 1999. In 2005 I began conformation with my first female malamute, Anck, who completed her championship less than two years later.
My adventure with the Alaskan malamute has only increased from that point.
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