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Anonymous asked in PetsDogs · 1 decade ago

I want to get a puppy from Kool Alaskan malamutes in Ohio, should I?

I have heard some people having problems with them. I want to know if anyone has bought a pup from them and if so, how was the experience?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Wouldn't touch this breeder with a 10-ft., disinfected pole.

    "Giant" Malamutes? "Giant" Siberians? Anyone who truly gave a da*n about these breeds wouldn't be breeding or selling "giant" versions of either one.

    "Giant" = Poorly bred, and created just to make me money.

    You can find an ethical Malamute breeder in your area here:

    http://www.alaskanmalamute.org/wiki/Breeders%20Lis...

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    3 years ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    If they are the same company as this place:

    http://www.ripoffreport.com/Dog-Breeders/Kool-Alas...

    I wouldn't suggest it...they are puppy mills.

    ADD: They are giving away "AKC Malamutes"...this is a total backyard breeder going big time.

    NO BREEDER would give away any of their dogs for free! Looks like they are 4 year old intact adults that aren't useful for breeding anymore.

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  • Sarah
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    4 years ago

    puppy kool alaskan malamutes ohio

  • Ruby
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Some of these peoples' dogs look like they're in the OFA database, which is good, but their dogs are unproven and unspectacular. No showing, no working, no titling of any kind. Their emphasis how "giant" their dogs are is off-putting. These people are a small-scale puppy mill. Steer clear.

    They don't just specialize in Mals- it looks like they have 3+ breeds, a sign of a person just in it for the money. They have over 30 breeding dogs on their premises. Also, they're crossbreeding. For what!? MILL MILL MILL.

    They also have a sort of creepy fundamental christian undertone- their mals have odd names like 'Praise our lord god almighty.' I guess there's nothing wrong with that, it just rubs me the wrong way.

    Honestly, for your hard-earned money, I think you could do much better on a puppy than one from these cash-grubbing idiots. Visit this website: http://www.alaskanmalamute.org/wiki/default.aspx and use the resources to find GOOD breeder. You always want to see breeders that either work or show (or both!) and OFA/CERF/health testing. People that title their dogs and health test before they breed them are looking out for the future of the puppies, and THOSE are the people that you want to support. :) The people you buy from shouldn't have more than 1-2 litters per year, and certainly not 30 breeding dogs on their property.

    Best of luck in your search for a puppy!

  • 1 decade ago

    If you're unsure find another breeder but the very least you should do is pay them a visit so you can see for yourself what sort of conditions their dogs are kept in.

    If they won't let you go around or suggest bringing the puppy to you then they are certainly a puppy mill and you should stay well clear

  • 1 decade ago

    I haven't but interestingly enough - a quick google search brought this:

    http://www.ripoffreport.com/Dog-Breeders/Kool-Alas...

    http://www.complaints.com/2009/february/25/COOL_AL... - if you scroll to the bottom of this link you will see where another group is defaming them.

    You will need to do a lot of research on this but they look like a puppy mill. Check out the local better business bureau and humane societies.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I would stear clearo them. They have ver 30 breeding dogs. That is bad bad bad. eem like a small time puppy mill.

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