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When people hear the term ‘sled-dog’ they often picture the classic purebred Samoyed, Malamute or Siberian husky. Very few mushers use purebred huskies for long distance touring or sled dog racing. In fact some sled dogs do not resemble traditional huskies at all. So you will see cross breeds that are usually leaner in build with a more pronounced tuck-up. Alaskan Huskies were originally cross bred with Husky German Short hair and greyhound and as a result are easier to train and more athletic. Today most mushers breed their own dogs and at Sky High we do as well, however we also rescue dogs from the shelter and get puppies from mushers we know. Most of our kennel is neutered and spayed to prevent “surprise” litters and we usually have only 1 to 2 litters per year.

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