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Thursday, August 7, 2008



Fall training is going great!! The weather, although very wet and miserable for most people has been awesome for the dogs. The cool wet mornings are making it really nice to start training and the dogs are really showing their excitement. I have never scene the dogs as fired up as they have been this fall. I think they are sensing my excitement and really showing that they are ready to give it their all this season. To help all of you fans and supporters of Wild and Free get to know the team better I am going to start picking "A Dog of the Week". Every week I will pick a dog that has preformed exceptionally well and tell you about the dog, its role in the team and why it stood out that week. This will hopefully allow you to get a little more insight into the training and also get to know each dog individually. I am in the process of taking pics and writing a brief bio about each dog to be posted on the site, so stay tuned for that as well. The dog of week will be announced every Friday so check back tomorrow to see who stood out in the first week of training. If anyone has any other ideas on things I can do on the blog to better keep you informed please email me your suggestions. I want to be able to help all of you, have as much fun following me as I do living the life!! Better get to bed. Thanks for checking in


Dog of the Week is a fabulous idea, Brent! I've always loved getting to know the dogs individually. During my stay at your training camp in Eureka last December, I was really impressed with your ability to relate to each of your dogs as not only a team member, but as an individual personality. Each dog had his/her name and number painted on its dog house which made it great for your guests to be able to call each dog by name as we gave them some lovin'. Your love for mushing and your love and care for your Alaskan huskies is a win-win combination. All the best to you and the dogs in the upcoming season.
Donna Grant
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