5 Star Breeders
We only work with Alaskan Malamute breeders who pass our 47 breeder standards. Here are a few of them...
About Uptown Approved Breeders
No puppy mills. No scams. We thoroughly vet all breeders based on our 47 Breeder Standards. When you find a puppy at Uptown, you're not just getting a dog--you're getting peace of mind that your new best friend is coming from an experienced, ethical breeder who loves dogs just as much as you do.
Questions & Answers
All dog lovers want a healthy and happy puppy - and every Malamute pup deserves to have happiness and excellent health. If a Malamute breeder or business wants to be part of the Uptown Puppies network, there is a massive 47-point pledge that they have to comply with. This pledge covers all important details regarding breeding.
It’s free to get listed on Uptown - provided you qualify! You first need to have a look at our Pledge. There are 47 standards that you need to meet, and once you do, you need to apply. Should you get approved, you’ll have the opportunity to display our 5-Star Breeder Badge on your own site. We actually create your own Malamute Breeder Profile which will give you the key to opening doors to millions of families looking for an excellent breeder like you.
Malamutes are pretty popular dogs these days, guaranteeing a Malamute breeder or business near you. If, for any reason there aren’t any Malamute breeders or businesses in your area, you’ll be able to connect with a Malamute breeder from out-of-state that’ll be more than happy to help you!
Every family or person that wants a Malamute puppy just needs to take a look on Uptown’s website and look at all the Malamute puppies. From there they’ll be put in contact with the Malamute breeder, business or company that’s raising that puppy. Transportation will then be arranged (usually by plane) to get the puppy to its new home.
As stated above, if you can’t find any Malamute breeders or businesses anywhere nearby, you’ll be able to connect with many Malamute breeders or businesses from many states in the US. You’ll still definitely be able to end up with the Malamute puppy of your dreams, it might just take a little longer of a plane ride getting to you!
If you’re looking for a Malamute breeder or business that’s currently selling Alaskan Malamute puppies, you’re in luck. You’ll be able to find many Alaskan Malamute puppies on Uptown. Their breeders and businesses really can’t wait to place their pups in loving homes where they’ll be cared for!
Malamutes are really big dogs that need a lot of food to fill themselves, and give them the energy they need. When they’re puppies they need food that is specific to their age. The Malamute breeders and businesses in our network give them the best food they can. Malamute pups need to eat one to two cups of food, twice to three times per day.
Alaskan Malamutes have very old bloodlines that trace them back to Siberia where they were first bred. The Siberian Malamute breeders and businesses used Malamutes for their strength to pull sleds and ability to be hardworking dogs. These powerful dogs were also used in WW2 and eventually made their way to America.
Every Malamute breeder, business and company raises Malamutes because they really love them - they’re very special dogs. They’re one of the oldest dog breeds, are incredibly large - they stand at 23 to 25 inches at the shoulder, and weigh a massive 75 to 85 pounds. They’re incredibly intelligent, hardworking dogs that enjoy challenges and being part of a pack.
Every Malamute breeder and business has a lot of experience with their Malamutes and know exactly how to groom them. These are statuesque dogs that are very powerful. If they get to play outside a lot, as they should, they should be washed every 6-8 weeks and have their hair dried and brushed out.
Certain Malamute breeders and businesses have delighted in watching their puppies play parts in movies. Alaskan Malamutes have appeared in 1987’s The Lost Boys, 1989’s Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, 1991’s White Fang, 1994’s On Deadly Ground, 2000’s The Call of the Wild, 2006’s Eight Below, and many more!
Ask any Malamute breeder or business and they’ll let you know that Alaskan Malamutes were built for a lot of exercise. They’re sled dogs with enormous strength. It’s important to let them play outside as much as possible and give them tasks. Teach them to fetch, and train them to listen to your commands. The more physical exercise they get, the better!
3 Steps to Get Listed
Step 1: Apply
Do you meet the 47 Standards outlined in our Breeder Pledge? If so, just click below to apply, and get started right now!
Step 2: Badge Placement
We’ll walk you through the super-simple steps needed to place our 5 Star Breeder badge on your site for potential families to see.
Step 3: Profile Buildout
We’ll build your own personal breeder profile to show our millions of yearly visitors just how awesome you and your pups are!
We’ve been looking for amazing breeders just like you—and so are our visitors. It’s time to start getting the recognition you deserve! Apply to get listed today.
Apply to Get Listed!