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Question by jd
Submitted on 3/18/2004
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Is there a difference between male and female malamutes? What could i expect from each?

Answer by MalMama
Submitted on 6/30/2006
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Well, the boys have a penis. LOL!

The boys are actually less aggresive, from what we have experienced. The females seem to be be much more worried about Dominance and Pack Heirarchy and will try to slip into what they think is the "Alpha slot" if given a chance.

If you do not know how to breed carefully, always neuter or spay your pup at about six months, and you will have less problems with aggression, especially around dogs of the same sex.


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