Dawn Brown demonstrates a dog check on dog Telluride of Debora Summers kennels during the June 23 ISDRA Symposium in Anchorage.
Maintaining a kennel of healthy sled dogs requires a far different approach than what may be deployed effectively for a single house pet.  Large numbers of dogs grouped together, with exposure to other very large groups of dogs at races, on trails
Marla Brodsky, second from right, poses with her handlers and helpers at the Annual Northern New England Sled Dog Trade Fair and Seminar in 2017. Pictured are (left to right) brothers Owen and Aidan Mahoney, Marla’s daughter Ruby Rothenberg, Marla and Quinton Romer, holding Ulu. Marla and Quinton placed first and second in the four- dog rig, respectively. Marla took first in the six-dog rig, and third in the two-dog bike races. Owen and Quintong placed first and second in Cani-Cross.
We all heard of summer riding camps where mostly horse-crazy girls without the luxury of having their own horse get to spend a week riding and caring for horses in a controlled camp environment.
Jeff Conn crosses the Chester Creek bridge on day 1 of the Fur Rondy.
Canadian musher Blayne “Buddy” Streeper sixth title in February’s Fur Rendezvous Open World Championship may trigger fresh whispers – and expectations.
Mushing Magazine #179 is out and shipped.
Dawn Brown demonstrates a dog check on dog Telluride of Debora Summers kennels during the June 23 ISDRA Symposium in Anchorage.
Marla Brodsky, second from right, poses with her handlers and helpers at the Annual Northern New England Sled Dog Trade Fair and Seminar in 2017. Pictured are (left to right) brothers Owen and Aidan Mahoney, Marla’s daughter Ruby Rothenberg, Marla and Quinton Romer, holding Ulu. Marla and Quinton placed first and second in the four- dog rig, respectively. Marla took first in the six-dog rig, and third in the two-dog bike races. Owen and Quintong placed first and second in Cani-Cross.
Jeff Conn crosses the Chester Creek bridge on day 1 of the Fur Rondy.
Dawn Brown demonstrates a dog check on dog Telluride of Debora Summers kennels during the June 23 ISDRA Symposium in Anchorage.
Maintaining a kennel of healthy sled dogs requires a far different approach than what may be deployed effectively for a single house pet.  Large numbers of dogs grouped together, with exposure to other very large groups of dogs at races, on trails,...
Petit tries on sealskin mittens as Ambler residents give gifts for mushers, hand sewn by former Ambler resident Myra Yupikson.
A month after a wrong turn cost him his lead in the 2018 Iditarod, Nicolas Petit was back on top. The French-born Girdwood musher claimed a decisive victory in the Kobuk 440, the prestigious last event of the Alaskan sled dog race season. Petit rode...
Marla Brodsky, second from right, poses with her handlers and helpers at the Annual Northern New England Sled Dog Trade Fair and Seminar in 2017. Pictured are (left to right) brothers Owen and Aidan Mahoney, Marla’s daughter Ruby Rothenberg, Marla and Quinton Romer, holding Ulu. Marla and Quinton placed first and second in the four- dog rig, respectively. Marla took first in the six-dog rig, and third in the two-dog bike races. Owen and Quintong placed first and second in Cani-Cross.
We all heard of summer riding camps where mostly horse-crazy girls without the luxury of having their own horse get to spend a week riding and caring for horses in a controlled camp environment. This concept also exists for sled dogs at Hilltown...
Jeff Conn crosses the Chester Creek bridge on day 1 of the Fur Rondy.
Canadian musher Blayne “Buddy” Streeper sixth title in February’s Fur Rendezvous Open World Championship may trigger fresh whispers – and expectations. Can the Fort Nelson, British Columbia, sprint musher ascend to the pantheon of his sport, where...
Buddy Streeper racing toward the finish line on day 2 of the Open North American.
Every person visits Alaska for a reason. Some travel to the Last Frontier in search of an adventure, while others hope to learn something new about themselves while observing the state’s unmatched beauty. Twenty-two mushers brought their sled dog...
Mushing Magazine #179 is out and shipped. Here is what's in it: Race reports about the 2018 Rondy and ONAC, Kobuk 440, an in-depth interview with Buddy Streeper; in the vet corner Dawn Brown talks about Parasite control; a story about Montana Creek...

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