Training and Breeding Sled Dogs Since 1994

It Is All About the Dogs

Little River State Park


Rob’s first sled dogs arrived in 1994 and his kennel has just welcomed the fourth generation from his first lead dog.  Rob  has proven experience on the trail in all condition and technical driving to learn the trick to keep your experience fun and safe. 

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The Siberian Huskies are friendly, energetic, independent and honest hard working dogs.  They are always happy to meet new people, are great with children and have earned the reputation of Love the One Your With. They have that classic northern dog look that people associate with sled dogs.

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Is a gem of Central Vermont.  The beauty or the Waterbury reservoir, the campground roads, the hilly terrain provides diversity and takes you far enough into the back country to escape civilization.  The loops in the campground allow us to show how a well trained dog team performs, and provides the opportunity for the client to photograph each other on the sled.  The trails are old settlement roads with foundations, stone walls, apple orchards and cemeteries along the way and the stories to go with them.

The Tour


This is not just a ride in a dog sled, but an interactive experience of driving the sled.  Our sleds are designed for two drivers with the Mushers maintaining full control while the second driver responds and adjust for the sled to perform properly.  The second passenger  gets to sit back and enjoy the ride in an enclosed sled bag with blanket.  We have the ability and flexibility to provide technical thrilling downhill or a simple ride in the Park.  The sled can comfortably accommodate a family of four with two young children.

Waterbury, Vermont know as the cross roads for Vermont recreation, located near Stowe, Sugarbush and Bolton Valley.  Vermont favorite attraction are located here: Ben & Jerry’s, Cold Hollow, Green Mt Coffee, Alchemist World Class Brewery and many more specialty stores, not to mention all the fine dining and B&Bs.  All of this revolved around your dog sled tour will make it the true highlight of your visit.

The 2013-14 Winter Season is dedicated to October's Wild Blue Hiatt

Dedication to October's Wild Blue Hiatt

Dedication to October's Wild Blue Hiatt