Current Litter

“A dog is the only creature on earth that loves you more than yourself”

Josh Billings

Last available boy Golden Arctic Star Wolf Huts FCI 11 months

We are biger and bigger

Puppies 35 days 🙂




Puppies Oskar & Hypatia 24 day



Puppies Oskar & Hypatia 22 day


Eyes open, we can see 🙂 🙂 and walk  not perfect but we can!


We have babies 2 girls and 7 boys 🙂

Three of boys are still available 

Spring 2019

Planned litter in our kennel 

open reservations 🙂

Parents will be: 

motherHypatia Wolf Huts FCI

( HD/A,  eyes – clear , AMPN N/N ( parents )

fatherStorm Kloud’s Bborn to be famous

( HD/A  eyes – clear )

Pedigree of planned litter

Father of future puppies is a descendant of very old malamutes from the years 70-80.
Storm Kloud’s Bborn to be famous – Oscar
lives in Italy with Gloria Urbani, breeding Del lago Degli Orsi, currently 5 years old.
His pedigree is a conglomeration of very prominent representatives of the race that gave
birth to this beautiful breed of Alaskan Malamut
Thanks to breeders Nancy Russell (Storm Kloud’s – USA) and Gloria Urbani (Del lago Degli orsi – Italia)
we have the opportunity to return to our ancestors from such distant years.
We are very grateful to Gloria and Nancy for the help and the opportunity to use this beautiful dog in our kennel.

Mother of future puppies Hypatia Wolf Huts FCI is the daughter of our Max (Inno del Lago degli Orsi) and
Ferci (Farewell To Arctica Huk Amarok)
Hypatia is a very calm and cheerful bitch, she has the right proportions.
In dealing with other dogs, he’s doing great.
He lives with his father and mother on a daily basis, loves to play with them, and also works sensibly in working with them.
Hypi is not a frequent participant in dog shows, but when she does, she always received an excellent rating.
She  looks after her  younger siblings very well.

From this association, we expect puppies with a strong bones in the correct proportions and the most
similar look and character to the pattern, which was developed on the basis of the destination of
the malamutes to the conditions with which they had to cope on a heavy, frosty, snowy continent.