Sockeye Alaskan Malamutes

Diane Jackson
Kingston Bagpuize
Oxfordshire
England
07903425665
dianechjackson@gmail.com
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  • Alaskan Malamute

I have owned and worked Alaskan Malamutes for 10 years and live in Oxfordshire with my current pack of Goose and Be Bop. They are very much the centre of things here and life revolves around them. Firstly they are my pets but they love to work and are consistently successful in all disciplines including sprint racing, trekking, back packing and weight pull. When not working both of them achieve considerable success in the show ring. They are true all rounders with beautiful temperaments and are fantastic representatives of the breed.

Kaiyuh Moongoose at Sockeye

Kaiyuh Moongoose at Sockeye

photo by: Storm Rodger

The 'Mighty Goose' is well known in Malamute circles for his wonderful nature and his exceptional working ability. He will do all that is asked of him and always with enthusiasm and delight. Goose likes to be on the move and has been successful in every working discipline; a wonderful example of a true working dog. He is also my soulmate and is adored by a huge fan base.

Inupiat's Ijiq Be Bop A Lu La at Sockeye

Inupiat's Ijiq Be Bop A Lu La at Sockeye

photo by: Natalie Lovegrove

Be Bop is just two years old having and is imported from Norway. She is all I hoped for in terms of her sweet nature and fantastic working ability. She is a very enthusiastic girl and loves to be involved in all that is going on. She runs in harness like a dream and has already achieved considerable success in races, working titles and the show ring. She is very affectionate and likes to cuddle both Goose and me.

Inupiat's Ijiq Be Bop A Lu La at 5 weeks

Inupiat's Ijiq Be Bop A Lu La at 5 weeks

photo by: Diane Jackson

Be Bop on my first visit to Norway to see her litter.

Fenn playing with Goose

Fenn playing with Goose

photo by: Diane Jackson

Fenn was my first malamute and a unique girl with an opinion about everything. She and Goose were great friends and she is very much missed.

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