Famous Alaskan Malamutes: in books, movies, and celebrity pets
We invite you to get acquainted with the famous Alaskan Malamutes who glorified the breed.
Alaskan Malamutes in books
Holly Winter is a columnist for Dog Life magazine and a hereditary dog lover. It would seem that what could be more innocent than the world of animal lovers? However, mysterious crimes occur among the “dog lovers” every now and then! Holly gets involved in the investigation and invariably finds a solution. But it is unlikely she could have managed to unravel everything without the help of four-legged companions: Alaskan Malamutes Raudi and Kim. You can read about their adventures in the detectives Susan Conant, “The Dog Who Torn The Leash,” “The Dog Who Fought For His Rights,” “The Dog Who Told The Truth,” and “The Dog That Hacked The Door.”
Alaskan Malamutes “take part” in J. Kerwood’s book “Fast Lightning”.
The hybrid of malamute, husky and wolf Timba is the hero of the work of E. Pergozin "The Six Dogs That Raised Me."
Alaskan Malamutes in the movie
Malamutes took part in the shooting of the films “White Captive”, “Wild Dog of the North”, “Snow Five”, “White Fang”, “Call of the Ancestors”.
Also, due to their resemblance to wolves, Malamutes are often invited to play the role of these predators in a variety of films and videos.
Famous Alaskan Malamute Owners
Yuri Stoyanov is the owner of the Alaskan Malamute Serezha.