Sled Dogs Have Olympic Sized Diets

This Article Appeared in the August 15th Edition of the Seward Journal Fall is slowly starting to creep in, and the dogs can tell. Cooler temperatures have begun settling over Seward and there is a tangible excitement hanging over our dog lot. The dogs know, like we do, that fall training is almost here – […]

Tustumena 200 – PART I

At the end of January, I embarked on my first long distance sled dog race: The Tustumena 200. At 200 miles long and over ┬ásome of the hilliest terrain out there, I knew I was up for a challenge. The race experience was nothing short of amazing. The race started on a cold Saturday morning […]

When They Leave Us Behind…

We apologize for not updating sooner, but the end of October was not kind to us. We lost two dogs rather unexpectedly this past week and are still trying to recover. Hatchet Hatchet, was one of our mean lead dogs and spent the entire summer up in Anchorage keeping Travis company. He was an exceptionally […]