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Did You Know That Dogs Can Tear Their ACLs?

by Sleddoggin Staff April 6, 2012

by Kwong Yee Cheng Buck is a Samoyed, a big white fluffy sled dog. He has always lived with his master in the mountains, and spends his days pulling a sled full of children, logs, groceries and what not. He loves it. He’d pull the sled empty if it were up to him. Buck has [...]

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When comparing a working dog to a pet dog, do you think their temperaments differ, why and how?

by Sleddoggin Staff March 13, 2012

Question by ███████ Fiónnabhair ███████: When comparing a working dog to a pet dog, do you think their temperaments differ, why and how? Do you think the owner/handler expectations and demands have led to a divide in temperament? Why are some behaviours deemed permissible in a pet dog that wouldn’t be accepted in a working [...]

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How do entrants and their dogs train for the Iditarod race?

by Sleddoggin Staff March 1, 2012

by yksin Question by : How do entrants and their dogs train for the Iditarod race? I’m doing an essay on the Iditarod Dog Sled race. I need to know how the entrants train and how they raise and train their dogs for the race. I’ve looked on the internet and I haven’t had that [...]

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New Promotion Gives Cruise Vacationers Discounted Shore Excursions on their Cruise

by Sleddoggin Staff July 31, 2011

Charlotte, NC (Vocus/PRWEB) March 30, 2011 Cruise Vacation Discount Company CruiseNow.com recently announced a new unique opportunity for all cruise vacationers. Starting immediately every cruise customer of CruiseNow.com will receive a 10% discount off certain cruise shore excursions. This is a great offer for all cruise enthusiasts, as shore excursions can be large financial commitment [...]

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