!!!! Alaskan Malamutes Do Not have Blue eyes !!!!                                             

​​Red Alaskan Malamutes at a very young age- just after opening their eyes will look to have Blue eyes when they are very young ( just after the eyes open and up to about 9 weeks. ) but Alaskan Malamutes do NOT have blue eyes. 
​This is an- " AKC DISQUILIFIING Fault " for the Alaskan Malamutes. If someone tells you that their puppies will have blue eyes when they are grown, or the parent dogs have Blue eyes, they are Mixed with husky or something else with a Blue eyed gene, but they are not pure bred Alaskan Malamutes. They are not  allowed to have Blue eyes by the AKC standard and should Never be used for breeding purposes. Any breeder that is breeding Alaskan Malamutes with a Disqualifying fault,  is not only not reputable but you should wonder what else they will lie to you about. Anyone offering Blue eyed Alaskan Malamutes for sale as a Rare form of the breed- is scamming you. The statement below is a quote from the Breed Standard and talks about the color an Alaskan Malamutes eyes should be.


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​​Grow them- as you want them Grown. While your baby is growing up, teach him what is right from the start.

​​Show him what you expect and make the lines as clear as you can. If you don't want them on the sofa as an adult, don't let them on the sofa as a baby. If you don't want them to chase the cat as an Adult, don't let them chase the cat as a baby. If you want them to return when you call them. teach them as a baby- that recall is Very important and can save their life.

​​Raising a puppy is like raising a child- respect, Love and belief in their human parents (like it or not- you are their parent and made the choice to comment to a lifetime with them when you brought them home) is what makes them more compatible with humans. Remember, they are Not human, and they don't think like we do, but they can learn from us to do good- or bad, based on what we teach them. 
I'm no Pro- (don't call myself one) but I know I can take my crew out in the woods on an 8-mile hike with 22 of them and come home with 22) so mine must believe in me, and I do my best to teach them right from the beginning.

Raising a Puppy is a commitment for life. They can live a long life of as much as 17 years- like raising a Child. Ask yourself this- do you have 17 years to devote to a dog? Life changes for everyone over the years in a 17-year period and no one can truly say where life might lead us- Only the Good Lord knows that one. But, when you make the commitment to bring home a puppy, make sure that you know it's for life. They are cute and cuddly as babies, but they grow up, and they can stay cute and cuddly if you teach them correctly. Malamutes are not for everyone. Please, take the time to research the breed and ASK questions- this will help you to make that choice- is a Malamute is the right breed for your family. I Love helping with questions and offer Answers freely with each question.


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 ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​"​Please" be sure you want a puppy before placing a deposit" this will help ensure that there is no confusion about deposit refunds. 
If at any time after you adopt one of our puppies and it doesn't work out, we take our puppies back. It is in our agreement with you, that if life changes and you can No long keep your baby- he or she, must be returned to us, or if you have a family or friend that would like to adopt your baby, we must be notified before you place your baby in someone else's care. This is to ensure that we always know where our puppies are.
Puppy's eyes can look blue, but if you look closely, they are amber like Alaskan Malamute adults.
                    ​ "This statement is taken from the AKC standard for the Alaskan Malamute" 


The head is broad and deep, not coarse or clumsy, but in proportion to the size of the dog. The expression is soft and indicates an affectionate disposition. The eyes are obliquely placed in the skull. Eyes are brown, almond shaped and of medium size. Dark eyes are preferred. Blue Eyes are a Disqualifying Fault (meaning of Disqualifying fault- Not registerable under the Standard of the breed) no AKC papers would be issued or would be disqualified, and papers resented. The ears are of medium size, but small in proportion to the head. The ears are triangular in shape and slightly rounded at the tips. They are set wide apart on the outside back edges of the skull online with the upper corner of the eye, giving ears the appearance, when erect, of standing off from the skull. Erect ears point slightly forward, but when the dog is at work, the ears are sometimes folded against the skull. High set ears are a fault. The skull is broad and moderately rounded between the ears, gradually narrowing and flattening on top as it approaches the eyes, rounding off to cheeks that are moderately flat. There is a slight furrow between the eyes. The topline of the skull and the topline of the muzzle show a slight break downward from a straight line as they join. The muzzle is large and bulky in proportion to the size of the skull, diminishing slightly in width and depth from junction with the skull to the nose. In all coat colors, except reds, the nose, lips, and eye rims’ pigmentation are black. Brown is permitted in red dogs. The lighter streaked “snow nose” is acceptable. The lips are close fitting. The upper and lower jaws are broad with large teeth. The incisors meet with a scissors grip. Overshot or undershot is a fault.
 Very young Alaskan Malamute puppies' eyes are blueish, but they will turn yellow amber by the time they reach 14 weeks
​   Blue eyed Alaskan Malamutes- They are NOT Pure bred.
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Our puppies are placed as family pets and are placed on a spay neuter agreement only~~ NO Breeding.
"These are some of our past puppies.  All of these puppies have found their forever homes"
A deposit*- in the normal course of reserving a puppy from a certain litter, refer to funds advanced by a buyer as a guarantee that a promise or agreement will be fulfilled and/or that a seller will hold a specific item for the buyer.
​When buying a puppy, a deposit is usually given in good faith and accepted in good faith as well. If you do your homework before committing to purchase a puppy from a breeder, then the deposit is a sign of your trust in them and the quality of puppies they produce. At the same time, the acceptance of your deposit by a breeder indicates their approval of you as a home for one of their puppies, and again, is a sign of trust and good faith.
​The terms of a deposit should be explained in writing, clearly understood and considered as a contract between buyer and breeder. Deposits help breeders keep track of how many puppies from a litter are spoken for, in a show of intent they indicate the buyer’s seriousness and commitment to getting a puppy from the litter the deposit is placed on. Similarly, by accepting this good faith deposit, a breeder indicates their approval of the buyer as an acceptable home and their commitment to that buyer to provide a puppy. Deposits are a two-way street as they bind and protect both buyer and seller. The breeder agrees not to sell the puppy to anyone else, nor to take other reservations for that special puppy from a particular litter. The buyer agrees, with that deposit, to purchase a puppy. 

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​We have no puppies due at this time and are no longer breeding. If you are looking for a puppy, we will be happy to give you information on available puppies of friends.

Contact by telephone is the easiest to reach us-
(541) 915-3876​

Deposits are "NONE" refundable,
​deposits are a 
guarantee that you are going to purchase a puppy you have placed the deposit for. This agreement of a deposit allows you to be first to view puppies from a litter, before puppies would be available to any other potential buyer- in the order of the received deposit, received- (for instance, if you are the third to place a deposit on the list, you would be 3rd in line to choose your puppy, 1st or even 5th) this deposit, also ensures that the breeder has reserved a puppy for you, without a deposit placed other families will have the chance to purchase any puppy not on reserve by a deposit.
Should you be on a deposit list and not be able to complete the purchase, you would have the option to transfer your deposit to another litter at a future date, but deposits already placed are none refundable, so please be sure you have done your research and are committed to your purchase.