Two Adorable Fluffy Malamute Puppies Run In The Snow

NewsflarePublished: December 13, 2017Updated: December 15, 20171,144 views
Published: December 13, 2017Updated: December 15, 2017

When snow falls everything turns to white. Trees, houses and yards get covered in the most beautiful winter color. This color causes the feeling of happiness and joy, letting everyone’s playfulness rise to the surface. But people aren’t the only ones who get excited about playing in the snow. Animals also know how to use this soft chilly cover. Especially the fluffy ones.

As it seems, animals can have tons of fun while running in the white snow, wallowing in it and eating it. Dogs usually are the most avid fans of snow, as thousands upon thousands of videos appear on the internet of them fooling around in the cold snowy weather.

The Alaskan Malamutes are a large breed of domestic dogs, originally bred for hauling heavy freight because of their strength and endurance, while later they have become sled dogs. Their looks make them very similar to other arctic breeds, such as the Canadian Eskimo Dog, the Siberian Husky and the Samoyed. You might get confused, but their temperament can’t fool you.

Malamutes are nimble around furniture and smaller items, making them ideal house dogs. However they need their time out in "the wild" where they get plenty of time to meet their considerable exercise requirements. In the winter, they just adore the snow.

A proof of this love is this video where two four-month-old fluffy Alaskan Malamutes are running in the snow in China. This footage was captured in Anshan City in northeastern Liaoning Province on November 28, which mean tons of snow…

These two white-grey furry balls run and find their way through the white snow, showing off in front of each other. They run in such a synchronized manner, you might think that they have practiced their act for months. But nope. It’s just their natural urge to enjoy the snow and have fun.

Have a look at these two Malamute puppies that will melt your heart.

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