In memory of Urok Of Maikan Quest, one of our Alaskan Malamutes
08/22/2003 - 06/06/2013, he lived 9,5 years
Hip dysplasia : A
Free of Eyes defects (04/09/2009)
Some pictures of Urok Of Maikan Quest, who came from a breeding located at Momères near Tarbes, FranceSome pictures of Urok Of Maikan Quest, who came from a breeding located at Momères near Tarbes, France
I went to pick up my big "RoRok", at the beginning of December 2003, at a breeder with whom I am a friend since then and he was in "Momères" in the Pyrenees near my village, "Odos". Urok corresponded very well at the Malamute that I was looking for, with his beautiful black and his black mask.
Some pictures of Urok during his first year of lifeSome pictures of Urok during his first year of life
During his youth, Urok was very calm, fairly obedient and well guided by his second mother, Oxane . His only fault, he made few holes, and even now in adulthood, if he does not run for a few short days, this fault come back. My "Rorok" left already presage a very good compliance with standard Malamute. I do not suspect the fantastic qualities of my dog ... His only fault was that he was afraid of ... all or rather a lot of things, especially if it was noisy: a skate board, a plastic bag, a louder voice, syringe of veterinarian, but not at all afraid of a dog larger than him, a rigle shot, a bone ... With hard work, I managed to really make him much less fearful he was and now he is a tiny little lacking.
Some pictures of Urok at adulthoodSome pictures of Urok at adulthood
My Rorok, at adulthood, was confirmed and therefore won his Pedigree with a score of Excellent at the show of Toulouse 2005 which was a special show for Alaskan Malamute. But what interested me the most, he gave me: his extraordinary qualities of dog sled.
Some pictures of Urok with its Malamute familySome pictures of Urok with its Malamute family
Urok is shaped to run with a high speed (for a Malamute ), an tried and tested endurance, an impressive strength for loads, a very good obedience to ride orders, and kindness with everyone and other dogs (but not cats). He loves to run or walk with his backpack with which he provokes admiration of people that we cross. His fault: he is a little "talkative" for a Malamute, he makes often a "wwoooo" as soon as he is content and he is often content. I think he is simply happy ...