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We visited with a family group of 23. The owners/employees were very accomodating and friendly.
My kids and their cousins love animals. My five-year-old was extremely excited to see the puppies and other dogs. Thie experience exceeded our expectations. We enjoyed learning about the dogs...More
I've visited this Kennel multiple times this past year, both in the summer and the winter months. This Kennel exemplifies what the Yukon truly is, and allows you to see what gorgeous offerings it has.
In the winter, I've taken sled dog tours with Michelle,...More
We visited as a family of four in August 2017 and had a lovely time with the dogs and the knowledgeable guides. The trip with the dogs is a great experience and is taken by some really caring and thoughtful guides. The puppies were pretty...More
I really had high hopes for this place, so I was very disappointed in the experience. I had confirmed that they would be open the Sunday we would be stopping by. I wish I had been told in advance that they would not be fully...More
We took the scenic drive from Skagway to Emerald Lake while in the area on a cruise stop. Made a stop at this dog sled camp for a quick detour. Not the fanciest place but it was an inexpensive and fun detour to see some...More
While we opted not to sled we did enjoy our visit to this camp as part of our Midnight Sun tour. I was really not sure what to expect, but being a dog owner, was suprised by how clean this place was. Tons of dogs...More
We visited this kennel with our tour from Skagway Day Trips. Our Guide Zak had been going there for some time and was able to give us some history of the dogs. The tour at the kennel was wonderful, puppies and fuzzy dogs we got...More
What a wonderful experience. We saw how sled dogs were trained in the summer w/o snow. The young pups were available to be petted. Also, there was a ride on a four-wheeler pulled by sled dogs. There was a great presentation how "mushers" compete in...More
As part of a wider tour we visited Michelle and her dogs for an experience I will never forget.
Not being native to these parts I had not heard of the Iditarod race but after visiting will be watching the progress of Michelle with an...More
Our family of seven visited the camp while on a private tour with "Beyond Skagway". We were all so glad that we decided to add the "pet the puppies" tour on to our day. It was the highlight of the day! The husky puppies were...More