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Sirius of the Week for August 6 - 12, 2000

Atuk is an Alaskan Malamute who is nearly 2 years old. He was born in Manhattan, Kansas -- one of 11 puppies. Atuk now lives with his human family -- mom, dad, and sister.

Atuk considers himself a "high school dropout". He attended puppy school for 8 weeks and loved it. But, because of his size, he had to go to the adult class next and he didn't like it at all. He was still a puppy and wanted to socialize and play games, but that wasn't allowed in the adult class, which just wasn't any good for a puppy.

One of Atuk's favorite things to do is go for long walks on cold days. He also loves to play in the park where he is allowed to dig and jump in the pond with the ducks. Sometimes he gets to play with other dogs, which he really enjoys, too. He has some other Alaskan Malamute friends he gets to hang out with and visit from time-to-time.

Atuk has a number of treats he likes to eat, including Indian food (especially the breads and rices), bananas (sometimes with the peel!) and mangos.

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