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Mackenzie River Huskies

A special "thank you" to Tom & Cathy Dimon, Dimon Freight Dogs, North Pole, Alaska for sharing the photos of their Mackenzie River Huskies.

Photos courtesy of Tom & Cathy Dimon, Dimon Freight Dogs.
For more information on Dimons, read their interview on Meet a Musher!
Dimon's Balou
Tom & Cathy Dimon's Mackenzie River Husky,
Balou, age 3 months
Dimon's Balou at 6 months
Balou at 6 months!
From Tom and Cathy...
"We run large freighting dogs, ranging in weight from 70 pounds to 115 pounds. They run slow, but steady. We have been actively involved with weight pulling for the last 4 years, holding several offices in different clubs. "
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A view from the back of Dimon's team.
"Weight pulling is a good chance to socialize the dogs and get out for a good time with friends. Winter camping and touring is a great way to relax and see the country side."
"We run the dogs recreationally, mostly winter camping and touring, as a way to see spectacular scenery in the peaceful wintertime." Dimon's coming back to the house
Coming back to the house from giving a
6 mile ride to friends. Bumper & Nugget

If you want to talk about Mackenzie River Huskies, feel free to contact Tom and Cathy at dimonfreightdogs@hotmail.com  or Donna Dowling at mrhusky@alaska.net

Additional Resources:

Mackenzie River Husky Photo Album
Roland's German web site

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