Alaskan Malamute Puppies for Sale

How to Reserve Your Malamute Puppy

A $400.00 deposit is due to reserve your puppy. All deposits are non-refundable.   Your deposit comes off the price of the puppy.   For example if your puppy cost is $1200, then you will owe a balance of $800.  Puppies are chosen in the order of when deposits are received.   We will transfer your deposit to a future litter if the sex or color you desire is not produced.   If you are unable to wait for a future litter or choose not to get a puppy from us than your deposit will be lost.   Buyer must choose their puppy within the first 5 weeks of the puppies being born, or select from the available puppies on this website.  Once puppies are born and you choose your puppy you must make a payment to bring your non-refundable deposit amount up to 50% of the cost of your puppy. Your non-refundable full payment is required by the time your puppy is 6 weeks old.  This allows us a couple of weeks to arrange shipping or delivery of your puppy.

If for some reason you need to us to keep a puppy for you past the age of 8 weeks old we are happy to.We charge $10 per day for boarding, training and food. If a longer hold is required please call and we can talk about arrangments.

ALL PUPPIES ARE SOLD WITH A SPAY/NEUTERED CONTRACT, Unless requested and an additional fee of $800 is paid for permission to breed the dog.

We will be happy to ship these puppies anywhere you may live. The buyer is to pay for all shipping costs. I fly puppies through United PetSafe, the airport I ship them out of is Yellowstone Regional airport in Cody WY. 

Your puppy will be shipped in an airline approved kennel. Kennel cost is $65.00 – $125.00 depending on size and age of puppy being shipped, and will be added to the cost of the puppy. Puppies can not be shipped until they are 8 weeks old.


Our current puppies are Black and White,and Red and whites. All the puppies have beautiful full face masks and a bar down their nose! Call or text us now to reserve your puppy! 307 899-3424


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