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1  Alaskan Malamutes / Alaskan Malamute Discussions / 2010 Arctic expedition with malamutes on: June 06, 2010, 09:08:29 PM
http://www.alaskanmalamutes.wordpress.com

Hello everyone,

This year I took a team of 22 malamutes to Alaska's arctic for a 3 month expedition. The dogs did great.  They stayed healthy and strong. We even had a few newborn pups that joined us on the trail.  We welcome you to visit the link above to my blog. On this blog link, I share photos and stories from the expedition.   

Best regards,

Joe
2  Alaskan Malamutes / Alaskan Malamute Discussions / Re: Welcome to BPO Family: New malamute puppy on: December 08, 2008, 08:50:21 AM
Congratulation s!!!  What a sweet pup!   Grin
3  Mastiffs / Old English Mastiff Pictures / Re: Bryces School Pictures on: December 03, 2008, 11:23:43 AM
Aww...he's adorable!  Great picture.
4  Alaskan Malamutes / Alaskan Malamute Pictures / Re: 22 Malamute team! on: December 03, 2008, 09:51:52 AM
Thought we'd add some new photos of some of our mals.  First is Bucko running next to the sled on his first expedition.  Then there's Hooch, looking relaxed after a long day of pulling.  And finally, a photo of Joe and Johnny.  Johnny's a bit of a rebel....rebel without a cause!  But deep down he's just a big baby like all mals!  Wink
5  BPO Working Dog Forum / Big Dogs with Jobs / Re: Dog Sledding. on: December 03, 2008, 09:40:17 AM
Here's a few photos of some of the dogs in the team.  One is a line-up of wheel dogs (the really tough guys and gals) and the other is of three siblings, Sally, Nikko, and Farmer.  They're sitting so patiently waiting to go!
6  BPO Working Dog Forum / Big Dogs with Jobs / Re: Dog Sledding. on: December 03, 2008, 07:05:42 AM
That looks like so much fun! What is the usual amount of time for a trip?

Hey!  Up in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge the trips run 12, 15, or 21 days.  We also run trips out of Fairbanks and those are very flexable...day trips, overnight, or multi-day.  You can customize the number of days.  We do the Fairbanks trips from when the snow flies (early Nov) until the end of January.  Then we go up north for the ANWR expeditions from February until mid-May.
7  Alaskan Malamutes / Alaskan Malamute Pictures / Re: Big Paws Dig Big Holes! on: December 03, 2008, 06:54:27 AM
At least it was in the woods (gorgeous by the way) and not in the flower bed. I have always had lazy diggers. They like the loose mulch.

That's for sure!  We're lucky the vegetation in our yard is wild and that Nikko didn't dig up a nice landscaping job or the flower bed.  Yeah, we were thinking we could put him to work putting in septic systems or something...ha haha!
8  Alaskan Malamutes / Alaskan Malamute Pictures / Re: My Mals 1st Birthday! on: December 02, 2008, 04:13:25 PM
Awww...pretty mals!  Happy Birthday!! Kiss
9  Alaskan Malamutes / Alaskan Malamute Pictures / Re: 22 Malamute team! on: December 02, 2008, 04:11:19 PM
If you're interested, please check out this short clip on You Tube about our mals and dogsledding expeditions:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SL3VzZUi-l4

 Smiley
10  BPO Working Dog Forum / Big Dogs with Jobs / Re: Dog Sledding. on: December 02, 2008, 04:00:12 PM
Hey there! We can take you dogsledding!!!  We're based in Fairbanks, Alaska and we run a large team of malamutes in northen Alaska in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.  Check out our website and let us know if you have any questions.  We'd be glad to accommodate anyone that wants to try dogsledding!

www.alaskanarc ticexpedition. com

Also, you can check out this short clip on YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SL3VzZUi-l4

-Joe & Andrea
11  Alaskan Malamutes / Alaskan Malamute Pictures / Big Paws Dig Big Holes! on: December 02, 2008, 12:16:13 PM
I guess summertime can be pretty boring for a malamute freighter, so what better to do than start excavating a pond in the backyard? 

This is a photo of one of our sled dogs, Nikko and the hole he dug over the course of one week last summer.  Now that's a serious digger!  Sometimes winter can't come fast enough!  Smiley
12  BPO Medical Forum / Medical Conditions & Diseases / Re: Prayers for Sis's Mal on: December 02, 2008, 10:50:02 AM
Oh, how terrible.  We'll say a prayer for Guiness and hope he starts feeling much better.  Poor fella.
13  Alaskan Malamutes / Alaskan Malamute Pictures / Re: 22 Malamute team! on: December 01, 2008, 04:18:33 PM
Welcome back!  You are sosoooooooooo lucky!!  I'm going to hop on the first flight out though, don't worry, I don't take up much space, I'll sleep with all those warm, fuzzy, beautiful dogs!

Dog sledding has always been a secret dream of mine.  Do you compete in the Iditarod??

Hey!  Come on up...the snow's great and we've been running teams already for conditioning!  We don't do the Iditarod or any races, we strictly stick to the expedition/freighting side of mushing.  The racing dogs are really small and fast, but mals have no interest in running fast.  They just love to pull, pull, pull!  Sometimes our team of 22 will be freighting 3000 lbs or more!  They live for it! 
14  Alaskan Malamutes / Alaskan Malamute Pictures / Re: 22 Malamute team! on: November 30, 2008, 03:11:05 PM
Hey everyone,

Thanks for the great welcome-back!  Here's a few more photos.  Oh, and please visit our website at www.alaskanarc ticexpedition. com to see photos of each of our mals!

-Joe & Andrea
15  Alaskan Malamutes / Alaskan Malamute Pictures / 22 Malamute team! on: November 30, 2008, 10:03:12 AM
We'd like to re-introduce ourselves.  Several years ago we were posting under the name "arcticjoe", but have been out of touch for quite a while now, so we thought we'd start fresh.  Here are some photos of our dog team here in Alaska.  We run a 22 dog team in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.  We love our mals!!!
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