“Malamutes versus swans, ducks, and cygnets,” according to the headline. The dog’s owner makes the announcement. “Who would emerge victorious in the end? Will Teddy make it all the way there? Find out together. Teddy, an Alaskan Malamute, cautiously enters the lake and swims a little distance across the surface of the water. He doesn’t make a lot of noise or water splash when he does the dog paddle. In the direction that Teddy is swimming in, there is a small group of mute swans and a row of ducks that are positioned up north.
Ornithologists have theorized that members of the species of mute swans are often territorial and have the potential to become hostile. However, Teddy is completely unaware of all of this information. The only part of him that is above water is his head as he gracefully does a dog paddle.
In this position, he resembles a “malagator,” which is a perfect mix of a Malamute and an Alligator. After traveling quite a distance, Teddy arrives in the middle of the lake, quite near to the swans. But they pay no attention to him. Teddy does a full turn and returns to the edge of the lake, where his fellow Malamute companions are waiting for him. He then went back to the lake after giving himself a good shake-off and taking some time to catch his breath.
He does this several times, attempting, although unsuccessfully, to build some kind of interaction with the swans by going back and forth between the two places. It’s remarkable to see the tremendous amount of persistence that this Malamute dog has.
In addition to that, Teddy has demonstrated that he is perhaps the most sociable Malamute that exists. At the very least, the most sociable of the bunch of Malamute dogs that were hanging around the lake. Soon after, he starts to swim around in the lake, simply taking pleasure in being in the water.