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Khyra and Sometimes Her Mom

In your dreams PoodleFace ;-)

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra Pretty Khurly Tail Sled Dog

Jen

I read Gary Paulsen's Winterdance and that's about all I know about sled dog racing. It always seems just so exciting, and that the mushers are so very dedicated!

Wow, though, 32 days. That's got to be pretty scary at that point.

47

I'm not sure I'm willing to give up a month of my life to a race. You have to admire that kind of dedication.

threecollie

I love the Iditarod and all it represents. Thanks for sharing the video. I love it too.

jackie

mush you poodles..mush

Ellen

You know, I really love your blog because I learn so many new things. Thanks so much for that. Also, thanks for stopping by our blog and your kind words for Sugar.

Dennis the Vizsla

Go Team Poodle!

Pamela

The Iditarod didn't always look out for the welfare of the dogs so well. Susan Butcher did a great thing by showing other mushers that caring for your dogs like family as well as for their working ability could still produce winning teams.

The positive changes over the years have made me much more interested in following the race.

And I am so happy to read about the mushing poodles. That was news to me and an awesome story!

RumpyDog!

I SO wish I was a sled dog in the Iditarod!

Linda

Go poodles go!

Linda
http:coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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