A lot of people think that the unexpected bonds between animals are one of the best things about the natural world. It’s always inspiring to see two species work through problems like body language and sense. When you add in the harsh conditions of a Russian winter, it becomes truly amazing.
Svetlana Pisareva knows the most about this subject than anyone else. Svetlana is a wildlife shooter who has taken many pictures of animals in their natural environments. The pictures of an Alaskan Malamute and a grey horse playing in the snow in Saint Petersburg are two of her well-known works.
No one knows if either animal is wild or kept as a pet. In Russia, wild dogs are common, and some of them even ride the train. In Alaska, Alaskan Malamutes are also free to roam.
Because this type of dog is sometimes called a Siberian Husky. Whatever the reason, it makes sense for this dog to offer its help to its horse friend.
They could get mean if they don’t get enough exercise, just like other dogs. There is no doubt that they are good at hunting, though. A smaller animal might have been automatically chased instead of being friends with. Alaskan Malamutes, on the other hand, are often adopted by rehabilitation programmes and treatment centres because they are kind and caring.
The animals might have become friends because they were like each other. Look at a few of Svetlana’s photos.
To the dog, it’s perfectly fine to jump up on the horse’s back. There needs to be a lot of trust because the canine mouth has a lot of teeth and is close to the horse’s neck.
The most important thing about these animals, though, was that they were alive and ready to move. There’s no way most dogs could spend the whole day with a horse without getting tired of trying to keep up. Another type of dog is the Alaskan Malamute, which is used for work. It’s easy to carry sleds compared to running through the snow at top speed.