One of the sweetest dogs in the kennel, Bruiser has finished the Iditarod twice. He runs anywhere, with anyone.
Gibson is a muscle machine. He drives all the time, is demanding of attention, and loves to eat. He has been impressing Mike with his performance since his first Iditarod in 2012.
Goblin has really been shining on the team this year. Solid, driven, and lovable he stands out not only because of his black spots, but also because of his promise.
Gremlin is a big mouth, big dog with speed. Known for his deep voice and tall stature he has shown talent and grace in harness since he was a yearling.
Gunnel is the most impatient dog in the kennel when it comes to feeding time. He finished the Iditarod as a yearling. He has the coat, metabolism, and drive we hope for. And he loves a butt scratch.
Named for the hurricane, Igor is tough and fast. He runs tirelessly and keeps up with the older boys.
Often seen carrying his dish around the kennel, Jigsaw is one of the most talented gee haw leaders we have worked with. He is also really good at hugs.
As a yearling, Lancelot kept up with the race team with ease. Now that he is three, he definitely thinks that he is one of the cool kids. He had his first taste of the Iditarod last year and is eager for more.
Melville is playful and friendly. A goof in the kennel, he is all business on the trail. We all love his signature kisses.
Moonshine is one of the nicest young dogs in the kennel. He can run anywhere in the team, eats with passion, and is always ready to go.
Ruger was our handler's favorite dog when he was a puppy. He has grown into his reputation. He runs in lead and loves to go, go, go.
Riot is one of the most athletic dogs in the kennel. She is tall and fast. She is often in lead.
If there was a teacher's pet in the kennel, it is Scrimshaw. He is lovable, always on task, does his work, and makes life easy for the musher. A big, strong, and hardworking dog.
If there was a class clown in the kennel, it would be Slapshot. He is big, strong, and working on growing into himself.
Snowhook is a strong leader. She follows direction, keeps her mind on the trail, and is ready to go again and again.
Sherwood is serious about his job. He drives up front and is always energetic.
A reliable leader, Twain has seen it all. Given commands he can guide you through any terrain. Known for his high pitched voice and desire for attention.
Uluru is tall and graceful. She is very driven in harness and has stood out in the team since she was harness broken. Her talents surpass her age.
Built like a thoroughbred, Undertaker is young, but stepping up to the Iditarod challenge. His piercing blue eyes are unforgettable.
Velcro is goofy, but talented. He runs up front, loves to eat, and is always curious about what is next.
Wingman has been showing up the race team since he was a yearling. A young leader with appetite, drive, and personality. Love this dog.
This is the one. She has is all. Speed, speed, and more speed. Drive, drive, and more drive. Everything you would look for in the cutest sweetheart you could imagine.
Woodshed reminds me of the greats. Athletically he is got it going on. Attitude, confidence, and talent.
Yonkers is always moving. Long and tall, comfortable anywhere in the team, Yonkers goes and goes.
Yesman is so eager for attention, it can be overwhelming. Put that same energy in lead and you have a future superstar.
Speed, speed speed. Zazu is the gas pedal. You will find her running up front and keeping all the boys in line.
Zirkle is speed and drive in a sassy package. Head down and ready for anything, she is an eager leader.
Long, tall, and talented. The Z- litter is impressing Mike with their ability and endurance.
Zipcode is young, but athletic. He has kept up with the main team as a yearling. He has tons of potential.