For a first time visitor the drive along the snow covered ground is daunting however when you turn the corner and see the dogs you know you're in the right place. I was greeted by several dogs who have free run (these are the retired ones - yes they are kept until their time comes) and then met Diane and Frank. After putting on warm clothing (it was 0 deg outside) we took the pups for a walk. It was lovely watching them be themselves. I was then asked if I would like to assist harnessing some of the dogs. Having been involved with dogs my entire life I felt at ease and assited with pleasure. Megan and Laura my guides then attached the 10 dogs to the ATV for the dogs training run. At this point the entire compound when 'nuts'. Dogs barking in excitement everywhere, it was impossible to speak. We then got onto the ATV and off we went. Well this was an experience to remember until I return to do a proper sledding run. Try to imagine 10 dogs pulling an ATV & 3 adults without the aid of acceleration the dogs hit 5 to 10 klm/hr, just magic. A warm beverage and cake was on offer on our return. There is also a chance to purchase items relating to the facility. I highly recommend a visit. This is not a theme park this is the real thing.
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