Kaltag is a character in Balto. Balto (1919 – March 14, 1933) was a Siberian Husky and sled dog belonging to musher and breeder Leonhard Seppala. He achieved fame when he led a team of sled dogs on the final leg of the 1925 serum run to Nome, in which diphtheria antitoxin was transported from Anchorage, Alaska, to Nenana, Alaska, by train and then to Nome by dog sled to combat an outbreak of the disease. But he tries to stop Balto from getting the medicine to Nome, comes back to Nome and tells them a lie of how Balto is the mean one, and of how Steele tried to help the children. The film is structured on the true tale of a lead sled dog, Balto, that brought a diphtheria antitoxin to the small town of Nome, Alaska. Jenna: I think she's a Siberian Husky, as she's smaller than Alaskan Malamutes.The Alaskan Malamute is a large, stocky dog, and were used for hauling freight short distances. "Dammit Steele, I'm hungry," Balto grunted out as Steele slammed into him. Buried like a bone in a snowdrift, Balto never achieved the theatrical success it should have, but it's worth digging up. Gender Equals Breed: Realistically averted. He is a sled racing dog on Steele's Team. Balto is the titular main protagonist of the Balto trilogy. He has black ear tips and a brown patch over his left eye. He was voiced by Kevin Bacon in the first film and Maurice LaMarche in the sequels. On their way, they meet Steele, Nikki, Kaltag, and Star who mock Balto about being a half-breed. Balto is half dog, half wolf, and treated as such. "So am I, mutt, now stay still so I can feast," Steele replied as he begun rut with his smaller mate. Pretending to howl about Balto's deceased mother, Balto is angry and want to fight Steele, but with encouragement from Boris, decides its better not to fight. Steele is washed up after the events of the movie, and after a talk with a bartender in the capital of Nome, has a giant revelation in regards to a certain half-breed and what he means towards the husky. Steele : Hey goose, you a half-breed too, huh? Nikki : Good wordplay there, boss! In a few short bounds, Steele was upon his mate, mounting the grey mix breed once again. He wears a very dark brown sled dog collar. BREED: Husky Part turkey? On their way, they meet Steele, Nikki, Kaltag, and Star who mock Balto about being a half-breed. According to the sequel, it's his mother who was a wolf — this is heavily implied in the first film too, as Steele tells Balto at one point that he has a message for his mother, then proceeds to wolf-howl in a mockingly exaggerated way. He is the main protagonist of Balto and the deuteragonist of Balto II: Wolf Quest and Balto III: Wings of Change. Balto walks down an alleyway with Boris who is trying to comfort the disappointed half wolf. Balto: Balto is obviously a Grey Wolf/husky mix.I say 'Grey Wolf' instead of 'Arctic Wolf' because the latter is merely a subspecies and all wolves are technically Grey Wolves. Steele watched his mate walk before a perverted grin blossomed on his face. Kaltag : You are the wittiest, you are the drollest, the cleverest, the sharpest, you are the most hilariousest! In Balto, Kaltag is a golden yellow Malamute with lighter areas around his face, chest, stomach, and tail. Balto (1995) Jim Cummings as Steele. He is the mate of Jenna and father of Aleu, Kodi, Dingo, Saba, and two other unnamed pups. Pretending to howl about Balto's deceased mother, Balto is angry and want to fight Steele, but with encouragement from Boris, decides its better not to fight. Just after that, Jenna said Steele was lying. He had a dislike for Balto due to being a half-breed, but also for his friends like Boris, Molly and Max, latter being the older brother of his admirer Audrey. Balto walks down an alleyway with Boris who is trying to comfort the disappointed half wolf.