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The Many Jobs of the Working Dog

by Sleddoggin Staff April 19, 2012

by 401st_AFSB Article by Joseph M. Sabol When someone mentions “working dogs”, most people think of the breed group recognized by the American Kennel Club. This group includes Dobermans, Rottweilers, Akitas, Newfoundland, Bullmastiffs and several other breeds. These dogs were developed to perform specific duties, such as guarding and protection, sled pulling, herding and farm [...]

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How many mushers have died in the Iditarod?

by Sleddoggin Staff April 2, 2012

by yksin Question by countryrules101: How many mushers have died in the Iditarod? I’ve looked everywhere, google, ask, and now i’m turning to here. Can someone find out how many MUSHERS, not dogs, have died in the Iditarod since the beginning? I would like a source, whether it’s a website or a book name that [...]

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Q&A: How many dogs are needed to participate in the Iditarod?

by Sleddoggin Staff March 1, 2012

Question by : How many dogs are needed to participate in the Iditarod? How many dogs are needed to participate in the Iditarod? Best answer: Answer by kingseach team can have 12 to 16 dogs Add your own answer in the comments!

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Hunting in Many Lands; the Book of the Boone and Crockett Club

by Sleddoggin Staff May 30, 2011

Hunting in Many Lands; the Book of the Boone and Crockett Club This illustrated book was published in 1895. Contents:– Hunting in East Africa [by] W. A. Chanler.– To the Gulf of Cortez [by] G. H. Gould.– A Canadian moose hunt [by] M. Grant.– A hunting trip in India [by] E. Roosevelt.– Dog sledging in [...]

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