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Discussion in 'Hangout' started by movie zombie, Jan 16, 2012.
by movie zombie » Jan 16, 2012
by iheartscience » Jan 16, 2012
Ha, that's nuts! What's the backstory? I'm so curious!
by Amys Bling » Jan 16, 2012
wow. its amazing how they all follow him around like that!
by Haven » Jan 16, 2012
Wow, that really is amazing.
My pup would LOVE to be part of his pack! Look at all that exercise they get!
I can't believe the way they behave when they approach streets, it's really unbelievable.
Thanks for sharing!
by lulu » Jan 16, 2012
I wish I could get my one dog to stick by me on a walk.
by maplefemme » Jan 16, 2012
Now that's a dog's life! Amazing, he has compliance of all of those dogs off leash out in public, quite something...
I have to share this clip with my SO and build my case for another big puppy in the pack!
by mrs taylor » Jan 16, 2012
right? I think mine might be broken.
by Kaleigh » Jan 16, 2012
That was awesome. I had my 6 month old puppy on my lap to watch it, she loved every minute of it.. Would she be that good?? No way!!!!
Thanks for sharing this with us....
by Dee*Jay » Jan 16, 2012
Dear Momma -
We would like to know:
1. How come you never take us for long vigorous bike rides through the countryside.
2. Why when we jump in the river poppa is not happy like that man is.
3. When our fourteen other brothers will be arriving to keep us company.
Please advise, and rub out bellies while advising, promptly.
The Demon and Oscar
by pregcurious » Jan 18, 2012
Man, 16 dogs. What breed are they?
by movie zombie » Jan 18, 2012
no idea what breed.....wonder if he could do the same with my cats?!
by JewelFreak » Jan 19, 2012
Since the vid is called "Free Running Sled Dogs" they must be Alaskan huskies, which isn't really a breed; mushers mix several breeds to get fast sled dogs w/stamina; each kennel has its own lines & breed combinations. They are trained to stick in a pack -- it's what they do on the trail (though they're on harness there, of course). He is keeping them in athlete's shape during the off season. Sled dogs literally train & eat like athletes because that's what they are -- sledders do not take little Fifi off the bed & force her to run a hundred miles. They're as fit as any Olympian & a heck of a lot faster -- and LOVE to run!
by movie zombie » Jan 19, 2012
makes sense....but they don't look like any alaskan huskies i've ever seen......