dogs

How to Race Sled Dogs in the Iditarod : How to Put a Collar on a Race Sled Dog

by Sleddoggin Staff April 28, 2012

Learn tips and techniques on how to put collars on the dogs before adogsled race in this free instructional video clip about the dogsled race in Iditarod. Expert: Lachlan Clarke Contact: www.teamclarke.org Bio: Lachlan & Linda Clarke make up TEAM CLARKE: We first became interested in dog sledding in 2002 and have been avidly training [...]

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Krista Funk Creations Sled Dogs – Yukon Quest Sled Dogs on the Takhini River Black and White – Greeting Cards-12 Greeting Cards with envelopes

by Sleddoggin Staff April 28, 2012

Krista Funk Creations Sled Dogs – Yukon Quest Sled Dogs on the Takhini River Black and White – Greeting Cards-12 Greeting Cards with envelopes Yukon Quest Sled Dogs on the Takhini River Black and White Greeting Card is measuring 5.5w x 5.5h. Greeting Cards are sold in sets of 6 or 12. Give these fun [...]

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Are Pit Bulls Working Dogs?

by Sleddoggin Staff April 27, 2012

by JIEDDO I’ll answer that with a resounding you bet! Pit Bulls are perfectly designed for working. Not to mention they are versatile and can adapt to almost every form of work available for working dogs today. A few jobs Pit Bulls excel at are: Drug Detection Explosive Detection Search and Rescue Water Safety Dogs Therapy [...]

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California Dogs Can Jump

by Sleddoggin Staff April 25, 2012

by SundeWurks Photography Article by Glenn B At the end of a makeshift dock that’s been decorated with banners, a man in a T-shirt and jogging pants holds up a yellow object. He’s looking behind him at a black Labrador retriever. The dog is staring at him attentively. Suddenly, the man crouches down, holding the [...]

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Service Dogs in training and a “service dog” at Ikea

by Sleddoggin Staff April 25, 2012

Ollie (poodle) and Iris (German shepherd) are almost two years old and visit Ikea. Ollie has been in training for 1 yr 9 months, Iris has been in training for 5-6 months. At 4:50 we run into an unmarked “service dog” at the end of a flexi lead who is in another aisle from the [...]

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How to Race Sled Dogs in the Iditarod : What is the Snub Line on a Dogsled?

by Sleddoggin Staff April 21, 2012

Learn tips and the technique on how to put the snub line on the sled before adogsled race in this free instructional video clip about the dogsled race in Iditarod. Expert: Lachlan Clarke Contact: www.teamclarke.org Bio: Lachlan & Linda Clarke make up TEAM CLARKE: We first became interested in dog sledding in 2002 and have [...]

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How to Race Sled Dogs in the Iditarod : Doing A U-Turn In A Dog Sled

by Sleddoggin Staff April 21, 2012

Learn tips on how to do a u-turn in a dogsled in thisfree instructional video clip about the dogsled race in Iditarod. Expert: Lachlan Clarke Contact: www.teamclarke.org Bio: Lachlan & Linda Clarke make up TEAM CLARKE: We first became interested in dog sledding in 2002 and have been avidly training dogs ever since. Filmmaker: Ross [...]

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Free running 20 sled dogs behind a 4 wheeler!

by Sleddoggin Staff April 17, 2012

This is a video of half our kennel free running behind a 4 wheeler for fall training(7miles). They enjoy this activity alot & along the way, we stop at the lake to go swimming! Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Halloween Costume Contests for Dogs at Fido’s Festival USA’s “OctoberFETCH”

by Sleddoggin Staff April 17, 2012

Collingswood, NJ (PRWEB) September 22, 2010 Fido’s Festival USA

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do any dog sledding dogs have hair instead of fur?

by Sleddoggin Staff April 16, 2012

by Drew Avery Question by cronin9d3@yahoo.com: do any dog sledding dogs have hair instead of fur? do any dog sledding dogs have hair instead of fur? im mean are there any Hypoallergenic dogs that you can use as sled dogs because i am allergic to some dogs but i have a westie and im am [...]

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Cool Sled Dogs images

by Sleddoggin Staff April 15, 2012

A few nice sled dogs images I found: Sled- Dog Afternoon 049 Image by Bruce McKay Yellow Snow Photography Sled- Dog Afternoon 052 Image by Bruce McKay Yellow Snow Photography Sled- Dog Afternoon 075 Image by Bruce McKay Yellow Snow Photography

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Working Dogs

by Sleddoggin Staff April 15, 2012

Article by Rubel Zaman Dogs are mans best friend in many ways. Either in a social or working situation dogs want to please and be part of the pack to which they belong; and despite the influx of technology, when it comes to certain jobs there is no one better to help than our canine [...]

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Escondido Humane Society Installs DOGTV for Shelter Dogs

by Sleddoggin Staff April 14, 2012

(PRWEB) April 13, 2012 SAN DIEGO: Escondido Humane Society has become the first animal shelter in San Diego County to install DOGTV for live viewing by dogs. Last month, the North County shelter began showing DOGTV, television created for dogs, on several screens mounted in the facility. During its first month using the scientifically [...]

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Q&A: How do dogs die in the Iditarod?

by Sleddoggin Staff April 11, 2012

Question by xsportygirlx: How do dogs die in the Iditarod? I have to do a packet about the Iditarod and I need to answer some questions…this is one of them. Best answer: Answer by iansand9876Cold, stomping by mad moose and exhaustion. Although the dogs are subject to regular veterinary checks, and are well looked after [...]

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Diving dogs

by Sleddoggin Staff April 9, 2012

Diving Dogs from the Big Air Show, in Toronto. This video was brought to you by Ontario Dog Sports and SuperDog Central Inc. Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Sled dogs in Yaletown

by Sleddoggin Staff April 8, 2012

Check out these sled dog images: Sled dogs in Yaletown Image by Carol Browne Blogged here – carolbrowne.com/festivities/sled-dogs/ Retired Sled Dog Image by NatalieMaynor Buster, a retired sled dog living near Seward, Alaska.

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Disc Dogs – Is Frisbee the Right Sport For Your Dog?

by Sleddoggin Staff April 7, 2012

by nicole.pierce.photography ♥ Where Did the Sport Come From? Frisbee became a popular game for human in the 1970′s and it wasn’t long before dogs joined in too. National interest was sparked in August of 1974 when a nineteen year old college student and his dog interrupted a baseball game between the Dodgers and the [...]

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Service Dogs trust Eukanuba

by Sleddoggin Staff April 7, 2012

Watch Assistant Dogs help disabled people be independent. Canine Companions for Indipendence trust Eukanuba for the nutrition of their working dogs. Learn more on www.eukanuba.com Video Rating: 4 / 5

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