Our dogs are a part of our family and are as much
sled pets as working dogs.
We started dog sledding with our first two dogs because we were looking for a way to exercise
our dogs. If you have a high energy dog and would
like to try out dog powered sports, check out our
unique Run What You Brung
Our sled pets are family. They will live their entire
lives with us including their retirement years (this
is unusual in the dog sledding world). They also get
benefits, a 401(k) package, and a hot dog incentive
package. Because we firmly believe in rescue, we do
Today, dog sledding, dryland mushing, skijoring,
canicross, dog scootering, and other dog powered sports are things
that we do to spend time with our dogs. It's not about
getting them to pull you, it's about enjoying the
precious time that you have with them.
Sobo (aka Mr.
Buboo and Sobolicious) is our eight year old
Siberian Husky. Sobo originally came from Frederick
County Animal Control as a four month old Siberian
puppy with "too much energy." Sobo
was a rescue dog that we were fostering for
of the Tundra Siberian Husky Rescue, Inc.
Because he was a such a good fit with Zoë
and T-Bone, we failed Fostering 101 and decided
to make him a permanent family member. Sobo
is a bit of a grumbler when you hug him, but
it's just the way he talks to you. It's funny
to hear Sobo when he joins into the husky group
power howl. Sobo, like most huskies, loves howling.
Come out to meet Sobo and hear him howl today.
||Okemo (aka Okimer,
Keemie) is our six year old Siberian Husky mix
who is eighty pounds of husky power. Okemo came
to us via the big silver stork (Delta airlines)
from a rescue in Tennessee. Okemo has made huge
strides since he started as a puppy. Okemo is
a bit of a tank and typically runs in the wheel
position. He digs in hard and has the ideal build
for a powerful wheel
dog. Okemo also loves to have his nose rubbed,
has the softest ears, and loves food. Okemo is
a big, blue eyed hugga head. Come and hear his
Kiana's Leave it to Beaver SDO RN (aka Beaver) is an awesome and very experienced siberian husky who became a permanent part of Maryland Sled Dog Adventures LLC
after the 2012- 2013 season. Beaver ran on Scott and Corina Alexander's mid-distance racing team and compteted in events like the Can-Am 30 and 60 prior to joining Maryland Sled Dog Adventures LLC. Beaver's SDO rating is the highest recognition a sled dog can receive for achievement in running or racing from the Siberian Husky Club of America.
(aka Kadie) is our four year old Siberian Husky.
Acadia comes to us from Kiana
Siberians, a Siberian husky breeder in New
Hampshire that specializes in multipurpose Siberian
Huskies. With Acadia, we were looking for a
Siberian Husky with strong running lines and
a good temperament. Acadia's sire is CAN CH
Sequoia's The Memory Remains CGC, TT, AM/CAN
CD, RN, WPD, SD (Orion) and her dam is Northome's
Isabel, CGC, RN, SD (Belle). Acadia
(link to pedigree) was one of a litter of
five. Acadia has become a strong lead dog with
her drive and stamina. Come out and visit her
for some kisses.
(aka Sammi) is was born in August, 2010 and runs in both lead and team. Sammi is from Kiana
Siberians in Sanbornton, NH. Scott and Corina
also bred our little lead dog, Acadia.
Sammi is an AKC registered, red and white, blue
eyed Siberian Husky. His sire is CH Alkasiber's
Tres Pete and his dam is
CH Kiana's Khocolate Kiss, CGC, TT, WPD, WLD,
RA, SDO ("Valeska"). Sammi joined the team in Fall 2011.
Visiting Sled Dogs
From time to time, Maryland Sled Dog Adventures, LLC, hosts visiting sled dogs from other kennels. These dogs get the opportunity to run with our team and meet lots, and lots of kids.
Kiana's Mopar Muscle RN (aka Charger) is a red and white siberian husky and more importantly, Sammamish's litter mate. Charger has returned home, but was with Maryland Sled Dog
Adventures LLC for the 2012 - 2013 season. Charger absolutely adores being around PEOPLE! Little ones, big ones, and all sorts in between are Charger's favorite. Charger runs anywhere and everywhere he can in the team.
Gypsy visited Maryland Sled Dog Adventures LLC from her home kennel in Pennsylvania for the the 2010 - 2011 and 2011 - 2012 dog sledding seasons. Gypsy ran in the lead and team positions at Maryland Sled Dog Adventures LLC. Gypsy has returned home and is enjoying retirement.
Luke was Gypsy's kennel mate and joined Maryland Sled Dog Adventures LLC for the the 2010 - 2011 and 2011 - 2012 dog sledding seasons. Luke had increadible drive and would run all day long. Luke has returned home and is enjoying retirement.