General information and links for mushing, skijoring, sleddog races, and rescue work. With links to winter recreation with Siberian Huskies.
Calendar and results, plus links to loads of husky related sites
Raven's Watch Dog Sled Tours helps individuals enter a sled dog race.
Well sorted dog sledding resources.
Mushers and dog sledding adventures in Northeastern Minnesota's Boundary Waters Canoe Area (BWCA). Information also available on the areas events and races.
Dog sled rides in Vermont, wilderness adventures 20 miles north of Stowe.
1000 km non-stop running through the Arctic winter. The northernmost sled dog racing in the world, under North Cape, Norway. Qualifying event for the Iditarod.
Official site of the International Sled Dog Racing Association
Photographs, Greenland dog FCI standard, race calendars, and results.
Inuit sled dog race on the Hudson Coast, from Umiujaq to Puvirnituq, passing through Inukjuak.
Annual event in which teams with up to 14 dogs race up Lake Superior's North Shore in northeastern Minnesota. Two races: a mid-distance, and a 400-mile marathon are held in early February. History of the race, volunteer needs, information on events, and biographies of participants.
A junior mushing club located in Fairbanks, Alaska that holds races and other events for Junior Mushers during the winter.
Mid distance race in Alaska. Includes race tracker, historical records, musher information, trail report, rules, press packet, photographs, weather and map.
Championship distance mushing kennel, winner of Iditarod, Yukon Quest and other major races. Includes photographs, information about races and history. Fairbanks, Alaska.
Results for British sled dog events.
An introduction to racing world of Frank Turner and Muktuk Kennels. Frank is the only musher to have entered the Quest every year since its inception in 1984. Race information, maps, trail notes and results. Also information on wilderness tours with Frank and his Alaskan huskies, and our summer activities.
P.R.I.D.E. stands for "Providing Responsible Information on a Dog's Environment." Supports the responsible care and humane treatment of all dogs and is dedicated to enhancing the care and treatment of sled dogs in their traditional and modern uses.
3-day intensive clinic training sled dogs. Also a 1-day pull training clinic. Taught by experienced mushers and dog trainers. What to bring, typical schedule, profiles of the instructors, testimonials, and registration.
Home page for Mushing Magazine, a bi-monthly publication that features articles on dog training and care, as well as tips for the mushers themselves on how to prepare for not only races but for, say, the unexpected blizzard. There are several archived articles available on-line, plus information needed to backorder issues and merchandise.
Offers retired sled dogs, or submit one. Recreational mushers teams created.
Loving, Importing and Selectively Breeding and Racing in Canberra, Australia.
Information about two Siberian Husky sled dogs in Denmark and their Siberian Huskly family and friends. General information, sled dogs in Denmark, and FAQs on huskies.
The Crooked Creek Observer uses musher interviews and photos to detail the love the mushers feel toward both their dogs and the sport. Details sport's beginnings and growth as well as the not-so-positive sides.
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