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    Sled Dog

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    Like… There was once a dog. When he was a puppy he ran and played like all other puppies do. His owner took good care of him and fed him well. He had all the comforts a dog could want. Life was good. As he grew he started to get bigger and stronger. He still played and ate well and had fun. He watched as the grown dogs would work, but he paid no attention. He hadn’t a care in the world. His life was easy and that’s all that mattered to him. After a while the dog was full grown. He was the

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    Have you ever witnessed a dog sled race? Imagine running through 1,049 miles of ice with pure adrenaline coursing through your veins. One of the most famous and prestigious races is the Iditarod Dog Sled Race in Alaska. It covers over 1,000 miles of rough terrain in a frozen tundra. Dogs and their mushers undergo extreme training to get ready for this competition. Although the race is challenging, and some might even say abusive, it is rewarding experience for both the dogs and their mushers. This

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    Even after the advent of the airplane, dog teams continued to be widely used for local transportation and day-to-day work, particularly in Native villages. Mushers and their teams played important but little remembered roles in World War II in Alaska, particularly in helping the famous Eskimo Scouts patrol the vast winter wilderness of western Alaska. After the war, short and medium distance freight teams were still common in many areas of Alaska even when President Kennedy announced that the United

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    Iditarod Knowledge

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    nothing could get to the small town. Car nor train could get there, thats when they had to call the heroic dog sled teams to carry the antidote over to Nome. After that the Iditarod started and the tradition carried on year by year. What were those people, how did they train, how fast were the dogs going to get the antidote there on time, and what kind of dogs were there? There are many different dog breeds in the Iditarod, but there is only one that is common for the Iditarod. While training for this

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    made up Garfield

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    It was just a day at John Arbuckle's house. As Garfield got up at 10:00 am he took a look at his calendar. He took a glance at the day of the week and mumbled "Ha, monday I need to go back to sleep." Just as Garfield was falling back to sleep John yelled "Get up you lazy cat! I need to take you to the vet for your shots." Garfield was wide-awake soon as he heard that and ran into the closet. John grumbled, " I'm not having a good day." Then Garfield opened the door and ran into the center of the

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    Siberian Husky

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    long hopping strides; a deep chest, which allows them to knock their pray off their feet; and a curved bushy tail, such as a fox. (Sled Dogs, 21-2). The Siberian Husky has two layers of fur; an under-coat and an outer-coat. The under-coat is designed to protect them from the rain and snow and keeps them warm in the winter, therefore, allowing them to be able to be sled dogs. The outer-coat is to protect them from stinging bugs, ticks, thorny bushes and ice. (Compton's). Some of the unusual behavioral

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    ISP Journal

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    I have recently finished reading the second third of the book titled “The Pole” written by Eric Walters. This book is about a young boy named Danny who is on an adventure of a lifetime. I had finished reading up until Danny and the crew reached Cape Sheridan and started to unload from the ship. The last part that I read was when the Danny and Captain Bartlett were making their way to the camp site and Danny fell through the ice. I was on the edge of my chair as soon as I read that Danny fell through

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    Yoloy

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    Name: Tasaria Mashall (Andree) Name Pronunciation: Tah-say-ree-ah... M-ah-r-sh-uh-l... (Ahn-dray) Name Meaning: Dawn, Child born at Sunrise... Horse caretaker, shoe smith... (Strong, brave) Name Origin: Gypsy/Romani... English/French... French Title: Lady of Thieves Terms of Endearment: Bitchess, Captain, Pirate, Dove, Pocket Sex: Female Sexual Orientation: Straight Date of Birth: November Seventieth; ability to read the heart and intentions of others Region of Birth: Drakoria Present Location: Londra

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    Seum Run Research Paper

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    children. They had devised a plan to run sled dog teams from checkpoint to checkpoint handing off the serum to the next musher in line. There were 20 different mushers and around 150 dogs that had took part of this feat. This feat later to be known was the Serum Run of 1925 or the Great Race of Mercy. The Serum Run had caught the eye of the national media. From the extreme odds against the mushers and the extreme weather, it was history in the making. There were two sled mushing teams of the twenty that

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    Jack The Wild

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    discuss his journey with various owners. Lastly, we will discuss how he felt and what he did for his new owner Thornton. There was a dog named Buck who was an arrogant and mighty dog. Buck lived a royal life on Judge Miller`s machine in Santa Clara. Living an narrow-minded life, he has no clue that because of the discovery of gold in Klondike it has created a need for dogs like himself. Manuel, who was a gardener on the estate, decides to kidnap Buck and sell him so he can make some money, due to the

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