Canine's Enthusiasm: Pooch Creates Massive Opening to Stay by Beloved Master


Once upon a time, there was a happy Alaskan Malamute who loved their owner dearly. They wanted to be closer to their owner all the time, even in the bathroom! So, the clever Malamute decided to make a hole in the bathroom door to be able to see their owner while they were inside.

Although Alaskan Malamutes are known for being gentle and non-hyperactive dogs, they can still be destructive when left alone for long periods or when there are things to chew on in the house.

These dogs were originally bred to work as sled dogs and have been used as guard dogs during mining expeditions. While they may not be naturally destructive, their instinct to explore and investigate everything around them can sometimes lead to destructive behavior, such as chewing on furniture or walls.


Taking care of an Alaskan Malamute does require some effort. They need regular exercise, grooming, and mental stimulation to keep them happy and content. A well-exercised Malamute will be more active and less likely to engage in destructive behavior. Regular brushing is also necessary to keep their coat clean and prevent excessive shedding.

Overall, while Alaskan Malamutes can be a bit high maintenance, they are loyal and loving pets who just need plenty of attention and playtime to keep them happy and well-behaved. And in the case of our clever Malamute, a small hole in the bathroom door to be closer to their owner!


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