Friendly, hard working traveling companions.



Bruce Lee "Brule"

Bruce Lee is our newest addition to the team.  He was born in November 2016 at Anita Fowler's Sirius Sled Dogs Kennel.  Nita named him Bruce Lee because he makes awesome karate sounds.  He is sweet and funny and we're enjoying getting to know him.


Eowyn is a sweetheart and a hard worker.  She was born in January 2016 at Anita Fowler's Sirius Sled Dogs Kennel in Fairbanks. She is spunky, brave and very very cute.  At 8 weeks she could howl, eat raw salmonsicles, and almost outrun Jenna.

polar (santiago)



Polar was named by kids in Eagle because he is super furry and looks like a polar bear. David got him when he was living in the village of Eagle and he grew up on the Yukon.  He's got the best coat and is the best eater- as in, he eats anything and everything. He was born in 2007.




Ursa is our only female dog and she is our hardest worker  (go figure).  She is very cuddly and likes to cool off in the snow by rolling in it every time we stop.  We got Ursa from our friends Paige and Cody of Squid Acres Kennels.  She is also from the Eagle area originally and was born in 2010.



True to his name, Skookum is strong, well built and always ready to go. He is our main lead dog and is skilled at blazing new trails.  He is also the most vocal of the dogs, making sounds that range from a siren to Chebaka. He was born in 2007.




Minto is the most spirited of our dogs.  He is always trying to play.  He is a good, decisive lead dog on trails.  No matter how much we feed him, he always stays trim and wiry. He was born in 2007.


Tanana is a tall, leggy dog built like a horse. His passions in life are straw or boughs (bedding) and following you around.  He is a great companion on walks and can even pull a sled for you!  He was born in 2007.



Yawp is a eager to please and enthusiastic dog.  He hops, he howls, he plays a lot.  He was born in 2013.  He has been known to chase his own tail.  He has a good thick coat and a lot of potential.  We got him in 2015 from our friend Anita at Sirius Sled Dogs