Leonhard Seppala: The Siberian Sled Dog and the Golden Age of Sleddog Racing 1908-1941

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By Bob & Pam Thomas
The Nome Kennel Club was founded ostensibly to sponsor races as a way to settle the never-ending dispute over who owned the best dogs. The club's rules for participation led to a greater respect for and care of sled dogs in a way that, until recently, had yet to be fully appreciated. That Leonhard Seppala and his Siberians became the ambassadors carrying the Nome Kennel Club s humane dog care message from Nome to New England was inevitable nice-looking, calm, friendly dogs who adored their driver and a charismatic man who loved his dogs.


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