You will have to be patient and consistent in your crate training. Most dogs do not readily take to crates, and we have to gradually train them to spend time in there. Start out slow and make sure that it is a positive experience for him. If you do that and associate it with good experiences (such as feeding or playing with a favorite toy), they become more familiar with it and tend to resist it less and less. Ours are veterans at crates because we have spent so much time working with them at it. Here is a great link from the Humane Society:
Why is there not better information given to vets who are going to put Malamutes down? There is a huge Malamute refugee farm in Virginia that cares and rehabilitated mals. There was one wandering my parent's neighborhood. The people in Virginia took her, got her back to health and found her a great home.
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