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AKC Reg. Alaskan Malamutes

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BISS GCH CH Banshee's American Adventurer, CGC, TDI, WWPD, AOM



GCH CH Staghorn & Ali-Mic's Marion Ravenwood, CGC

Type :: Temperament :: Movement :: Structure :: Health

The Alaskan Malamute: North America's oldest breed of indigenous dog, representing a history of 4000-7000 years or more of genetic separation from all other dog breeds found on the North American continent. The most majestic and regal of the "Arctic Sled Dogs", the malamute was primarily used for heavy freighting and packing by the Mahlemut Inuit's for their personal cargo, and their hunting catch. Today the Malamaute remains the most majestic breed of dog and one of the 14 "ancient dog breeds" in the world.

 Natalie Norris, a sage and revered Malamute Breeder, and a founding member of the Alaskan Malamute Club of America, Inc. (AMCA), once said;

"The Malamute is too fine and distinguished a breed to be changed into anything but what centuries of adaptability to its environment has produced. Our efforts should be to breed not only beautiful Malamutes, but as good a specimen physically as were originally found in Alaska. It isn't a question of breeding a better Malamute, but as good a Malamute."

Mrs. Norris' statement is as true today as it was the day she first spoke those words. Every malamute breeder today owes their breeding passion to those who've come before us. Without the diligent work of so many breeders of the past we simply would not have the Malamutes Ali-Mic has today. The same holds true for the many AMCA members who have coached and assisted us along the way. We have spent years learning as much as we can about these majestic Malamutes, in order so that we too may breed "as good a malamute" as those whom have traveled the road we travel today.

Once again, Welcome to Ali-Mic Alaskan Malamutes.

Please look around, and feel free to contact us at any time.

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Ali-Mic Alaskan Malamute News

  • Patton got his three seconds of fame while at The National Dog Show on Thanksgiving Day after the Macy's Parade. During the benching time in the grooming area, Patton was visited by the television filming crew as he was being admired by two small children. If you happen to see the re-run of the 2022 National Dog Show, look around the 51:45 minute mark for Patton's appearance. Link to the show: Click Here



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  • Today was a fantastic day (Sun, 10/16/2022)! May I introduce to you …

    New AKC Champion Ali-Mic’s U.S. Third Army, BCAT - “PATTON”

    Alicia’s and my first home-bred CH, exclusively shown from the Bred-By-Exhibitor Class, finishes his CH by taking Winners Dog at the AMCA-Empire Alaskan Malamute Association Specialty under AKC Judge Jacqueline Stacy (BIG Thank You to judge Stacey). This is Patton's 3rd Malamute Specialty Bred-By 5-Point Major, and we had a previous additional 2-point win. Congratulations to all the other winners today!

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  • “OMAR”- Ali-Mic’s First U.S. Army

    Takes 3rd Place in the Bred-By Exhibitor Class at the Alaskan Malamute Club of America's NATIONAL Specialty at Gettysburg, PA on Friday, Oct. 15, 2021 under AKC breeder-judge Mrs. Shilon L Bedford. As an aside, this was Omar's very first appearance in the show ring.
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  • "PATTON", Ali-Mic's U.S. Third Army, takdes 3rd Place in the Bred By Exhibitor Class at the Alaskan Malmute Club of America's Regional Specialty, held in Gettysburg, PA on Monday, October 11, 2021, under AKC Breeder-judge Ms. Kimberly Merideth.

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    PATTON - Ali-Mic's U.S. Third Army Blue & Gray Ribbon Collection RAVEN - GCH CH Staghorn & Ali-Mic's Marion Ravenwood, CGC

    Well, another Blue & Gray Cluster come and gone. The Lebanon Fairgrounds, in my opinion, is a much better venue than the PA Farm Show Arena, for a multitude of reasons. Not least of which is the reduced cost and better access. My thanks to the Harrisburg KC for putting on a good show in these trying times. That said, on to the fun part.

    Raven, Patton and I had a great time at the shows this year. We had the outstanding pleasure to meet some new to us faces we had not met before. Morgan and her Dad, Benny Goodman; Stephanie Linderman; Ron Applegate among others.Was great to finally meet you all in person. Was also wonderful to see some friends again too; Pam Fisco, Ruth and Paul Levesque, Bev Pfeiffer, Debbie Carter, Barb Pisch, Amanda Kanzelburger, Annie Choi, and Marylou and Dennis and Carol Collins.

    Wednesday and Thursday were the big days for us. RAVEN took Select Bitch on Wednesday under judge Carolyn Herbel to pick up her third 5-point GCH major with just a few more points to go. PATTON took the Bred-By Class after a two year hiatus from showing. On Thursday RAVEN took Best of Opposite Sex to finish her GCH, with PATTON again taking the Bred-By Class and Winners Dog for his second 5-point CH Major, both under judge Toddie Clark. PATTON only needs now to point out for CH. Friday was another good day for PATTON. He again took the Bred-By Class, but he was edged out in the winners ring. The rest of the cluster shows wwere pretty much ring practice time for us with PATTON taking a 4th place and 3rd Place in Bred-BY the last two days.

    Alicia came up to the fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday to attend the Weight Pulls with our OMAR, Ali-Mic's First U.S. Army. OMAR has yet to be shown in the ring but this big goofball was a hit with the crowds. As soon as PATTON is finished OMAR will make his ring debut. All in all a good 5 days of showing and a pleasant time catching up with everybody. Thanks again for a great time.


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  • Alicia, Omar and Patton recently attended teh FastCAT Trials in White Post, VA. Both Omar and Patton had some exceptionally good runs which resulted in Omar taking the #2 Fasteest Alakskan Malamute in the U.S., and Patton taking the #5 spot. Not bad for their first time out doing FastCAT.

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    "PATTON" - Ali-Mic's U.S. Third Army, has a great day at the AMCA/AMAEP Specialty in the Mason & Dixon Kennel Club show in Harrisburg, PA. Under AKC judge Paula Hartinger, Patton wins the Bred-By Exhibitor Class, Winners Dog, and Best of Winners for his first Major (5 pts). Bred out of INDIANA and RAVEN, good things will happen with this home-bred boy in the near future.

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  • Puppies at 4 weeks of age, 12/09/2017.

    Coming along nicely. All are at or above 7 pounds now, and will be 8 weeks old on January 06, 2017. We will not be releasing any puppies until 8 to 10 weeks old.

    If you are interested in any of these puppies, please pre-register: CLICK HERE ... or CONTACT US

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  • Litter Arrived November 11, 2017

    The long awaited breeding between Indiana and Raven has been successful and has produced 3 male and 6 female glorious Alaskan Malamute puppies.

    We are taking applications at this time - CLICK HERE TO APPLY



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    2017 AMCA National Specialty - Huron, OH - Oct 28, 2017

    None of our dogs were shown this year, but I did get to show another kennels dog. Julie Kalamaja of www.KalaMals.com allowed me to show one of her 14 month old boys, while she handled another boy from the same litter named "Hank".

    Kalamals Should've Been A Cowboy - "TOBY" and I making the go-round at the 2017 AMCA National Specialty on his way to a 3rd Place finish in a large 12-15 Month Old Puppy Class under judge Larry Chu. Thank you Julie, for letting me take him in. Had a great time with Toby. Such a good boy. Thank you Muncy and www.CroonerRunPhotography.com for the great picture.

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    Ludwigs Corner, PA - June 17-18, 2017

    RAVEN - Ch Staghorn & Ali-Mic's Marion Ravenwood, CGC - has another great weekend out as a new special. The Ludwicks Corner, PA "Bryn Mawr Kennel Club" shows are very close to our home, so we always venture out to this one. Competition was rather light this year in all of the breeds due to the outbreak of canine influenza. But, the show must go on. Raven took Best of Opposite Sex both days under judges Helene Nietsch on Saturday, and Marjorie Martorella on Sunday. Though it threatened to rain most of the weekend, in the end the skies seemed to clear just before ring time. Just a few short points and one Major till Raven completes her Grand Championship.

    Current Grand Championship standings: 16pts w/ 2 Majors

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    Freehold, NJ - May 26-29, 2017

    RAVEN - Ch Staghorn & Ali-Mic's Marion Ravenwood, CGC - has a stupendous weekend out as a new special. The Freehold, NJ "Jersey Shore Cluster" of shows has always been a wonderful venue for us, but can be excruciatingly hot on any given year. This year we were presented with a rather wet start for the four days. Friday through Memorial Day Monday proved to be wonderfully productive event despite the rain. Raven started the cluster off with a Best of Opposite Sex on Friday under judge Jacqueline M. Rayner. Raven was in rare form on Saturday and took Best of Breed and Best of Breed and Best of Breed-Owner Handler for her first 5-point Grand Championship Major under judge William G. Daugherty. Later in the day, though she made the final cut of six dogs in the Working Group ring, she was not selected for any of the top four slots. In the Owner Handler series Working Group ring, she was given a OH-Group 4 award. Sunday was another day with a great lineup of dogs, and Raven once again received a Best of Opposite sexunderjudge Javinder Singh Pawar. On Monday she once again took Best of Breed under judge Dr. Albert P. Bianchi to complete a great weekend.

    Current Grand Championship standings: 12pts w/ 2 Majors

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    Harrisburg, PA - April 13-16, 2017

    What a weekend! Raven went to the Harrisburg Specialties with four single AKC Points to her credit. On Thursday, April 13th she took Winners Bitch and a 3-point Major to start off her weekend. Friday was another good day when she received a Best of Winers win at the AMAEP Supported Entry for a 2nd Major of 5 points. Sunday was her really big day though. In the ring under judge Patricia Hastings, Raven took another Best of Winners win at the AMCA Mid-East Region Specialty for a 3rd major of the weekend, and another 5 points. Needless to say we were ecstatic.

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    New Paltz, NY - June 26, 2016

    INDIANA - Now BISS GCH CH Banshee's American Adventurer, CGC, TDI, WWPD, AOM

    Handled by Paul Levesque, INDIANA takes Best of Breed at the Empire Alaskan Malamute Associations NY/NJ Area Specialty held on Sunday, June 26, 2016 at the Mid-Hudson Kennel Association, P. Levi Marsman judging. Representing 8 consecutive generations of BISS lineage. Breeder: Carlene Way (Banshee Malamutes) :: Owners: Michael G McGuire & Alicia E McGuire (Ali-Mic Alaskan Malamutes).

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    Allentown, PA - December 12, 2015

    INDIANA - Now GCH CH Banshee's American Adventurer, CGC, TDI, WWPD, AOM

    A wonderful pre-Christmas present for us as Indiana finishes his Grand Champion title taking Grand Champion select at the Lehigh Valley Kennel Club show in Allentown, PA under judge Ms. Beth Riley.

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