Sled dogs live for one word—mush! With a true love for adventure, these dogs are always ready to charge ahead. The Alaskan husky has phenomenal speed and endurance for its size—and working as a team, these animals have incredible strength.
During the famous Iditarod, sleds with teams of 12 to 16 dogs run over 1,150 miles of Alaskan mountain ranges, frozen rivers, dense forests and desolate tundra. The dogs cover about 100 miles a day—proudly forging through darkness, freezing winds and temperatures well below zero.