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"Mushing Disease" Photo Caption

Voting has closed & the results are in!

Name This Mushing Disease
Photo provided by Dori Hollingsworth

The winner is:

Mmm...a little less kibble should firm up those wheel dogs!
submitted by Gary Hulme

2nd Place:

2nd place: MUSHBCRAZY
Warning this disease is very contagious the woman pictured above is in the early stages, symptoms include taste testing dog food, out bursts of just one more dog and constant watching of iron will. You have been warned.
submitted by Gwen Almeida

Runners Up

Tied for 3rd place:

Even after a good face dragging.... mushers always come up smiling.
submitted by Jen Maddalena

How do you tell a happy musher? By the dirt in her teeth.
submitted by Micky West


Congratulations to the winners!

Thanks to everyone who played along by submitting captions and by voting.

Special thanks to Dori Hollingsworth who was brave enough to share what training in a monsoon really looks like.

Winners receive a free Sled Dog Central ad.


  1. Man, I knew we should have put a shield on the front of the sled! submitted by Lizzy Giese
  2. You know your a Red Neck Musher if you call this make up for the Awards Banquet. submitted by Jerry Scdoris
  3. Mud pack beautification-dog musher style. submitted by Barbara Moore
  4. Even after a good face dragging.... mushers always come up smiling. submitted by Jen Maddalena
  5. Mmm...a little less kibble should firm up those wheel dogs! submitted by Gary Hulme
  6. The all new Mushing Mud Mask! Available only to mushers during fall training seasons.. submitted by Miriam Taylor
  7. Warning: musher with grit face. Very contagious. submitted by Jolene
  8. Dog Mushings yearly face lift. To achieve -attach yourself to 8 of your best friends, and be drug down the road  face first. Makes you look years younger! submitted by Shawn Linendoll
  9. WOW! And to think, I could have JUST had a V-8! submitted by Stephen Lopez
  10. That is the worst case of cacadoodieitis I have ever seen. submitted by Terry Wright
  11. I knew I shouldn't of changed dog food. submitted by Moe Ladouceur
  12. Cartosis- Most common in young, or beginning mushers who use a cart. OR those of us daring to use more dogs on a cart designed for less! The only known cure seems to be the ATV? submitted by Roy Smith
  13. U.S. forces in Iraq have shot & killed Saddam Hussein's third, but lesser known son Ebay! submitted by Art Stoller
  14. To run on dirt is happiness, to dine on dirt - Divine! submitted by Lynn Cheffins
  15. You think this is bad, you should see the other guy.  submitted by Mike Howard
  16. Facious Mudiousus-- submitted by Courtney Batchelder
  17. My team is ready for the first Dryland Open Class Race! submitted by Neil Rasmussen
  18. OOOPs..I've done it again. submitted by Tami Pouliot
  19. High Speed Dirt! submitted by Lorrie McAllister
  20. Mushey Pox! submitted by Ruth Blomquist
  21. The infamous sand snot disease. submitted by Jeremiah Stancampiano
  22. Someday, I really should get a windshield for the training rig! Although, this is sort of a free facial...right? submitted by Blake C
  23. Whateveryoudodonotletgoofthesleditis! submitted by Gregg Phillips
  24. You know, I always wondered why my dogs bite the Mail Man's Buttocks, but I got cloth in my teeth. submitted by Tyler Cargill
  25. 16 dogs and a mountain bike just DO NOT MIX, but it was sure fun trying. submitted by Fred Hems
  26. So I was dragged through the mud. Usual. Nothing a few beers won't cure. submitted by Laura
  27. That's what I get for feeding the team moose chili at our last checkpoint... submitted by R Jung
  28. Honey! I think we need to get a windshield for the ATV. submitted by Chris Helweg
  29. After completing his final run of the 2003 Monster Mud Mushing competition, Melvin Musher flashes the crowd a proud smile. submitted by Don Deckert
  30. MUSHBCRAZY:Warning this disease is very contagious the woman pictured above is in the early stages, symptoms include taste testing dog food, out bursts of just one more dog and constant watching of iron will. You have been warned. submitted by Gwen Almeida
  31. I dream, sleep and eat sled dogs! submitted by Julie Capps
  32. Note: I have to remind the wife not to dump the kitty litter on the dog trail. submitted by Gordon McLean
  33. Musher's Melanoma! submitted by Randy Cummins
  34. Ok, I have always hated the view from back here, but I think I got a little TOO close this time! submitted by Lynne Schlumpf 
  35. I thought that was just a figure of speech, you mean sled dogs are really contagious!! submitted by Becky Durfee
  36. Hypo-Dermo-Nasogastric-Stoma, It's a disease in which affects the skin, nose, and mouth. It leaves dirt like residue. It can be cured by a dermatologist. submitted by Jackie Brock
  37. Summer skijoring! What a rush!! submitted by Joe Chinchak
  38. Wheeldogosis: No known cure, too far gone, buy more dogs! submitted by Lisa Frank
  39. The crud on her mug, was mud from her pug. submitted by Joy Martinson
  40. Mud pie recipe: Blend 40 feet with 40 degrees! submitted by Larry Green
  41. What, do I have something in my teeth? submitted by Chris Mahar
  42. It's true, if your not the lead dog the view never changes! submitted by Dave Campbell
  43. How do you tell a happy musher? By the dirt in her teeth. submitted by Micky West

Thanks to everyone who voted!!

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