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Help / Handlers Wanted

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Mahoosuc Guide Service
Phone: 207.824.2073
Newry, ME, USA E-mail:


Winter guide apprenticeship in western mountains of Maine/New Hampshire with opportunities to travel with Native Penobscot, Cree, Inuit guides.

Kennel size of 35 Yukon huskies, born & bred here.
Must be a hard worker, long hours, room, partial board with cost of living stipend.
Traditional style of winter camping.

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Patrick Moore
 
Cell: 907-366-1054
Doggy Heaven E-mail: Email
Tanana, AK, USA
 

Currently still looking for summer handler for 45 dog sprint kennel in remote Alaska on the Yukon River.

No experience necessary, drama free, a strong mind and healthy body a necessity.
Must be responsible, eager to work and have the mental capacity to learn and retain minutia.

Two distinct time periods, that break up the yearly activities. May 1 thru September 30, summer.

Responsibilities are to assist in care and summer training of animals, pup exercise, assist in fishing chores (nets and fish wheels) and smoke house. Live at the fish camp with the dogs.

The good part is I will not charge a cent for this awesome experience! October 1 thru May 1, winter. Responsibilities are to assist in training and care for all aspects of fielding an open class team, to include but not limited to, maintenance and manufacture of all equipment, trail work or grooming, assist driver in training and care of animals. Handler would have their own wood heated cabin and be responsible for same. Meals would be taken with the owner and manners would be appreciated. Some limited racing may be possible for the right individual. The good part is I will not charge a cent for this awesome experience! All the good guys have left with a tear in their eye, a once in a lifetime experience, and some new found knowledge. The knowledge part is up to the individual.

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Points Unknown
Phone: 218-370-0283
Hovland, MN, USA E-mail: linda@points-unknown.com
Website: www.points-unknown.com


Points Unknown, a small, educational Sled Dog Adventure and Touring kennel is looking for a mature and responsible dog handler/intern.

A background in dog obedience training and/or animal behavior will take favor over prior dog mushing experience, however, the applicant's love and respect for dogs, a desire for adventure and a thirst for knowledge are the most important qualifications. We'll teach you the rest. This internship offers room and board and all of the experience and knowledge you can absorb.

Most days, you'll work longer and harder than you likely ever have before. You'll get tired, sore, sometimes wet, cold, and really dirty. You'll likely learn more about yourself and canine working companions than you ever thought imaginable and you'll have the time of your life, immersed in our lifestyle with our furry sled pets .

There is potential to guide tours in the winter for a little extra pocket money once the skills are learned.

We live entirely off grid, using solar energy, in the remote wilderness of Minnesota's Arrowhead Region but have all of the modern conveniences like indoor plumbing and wifi.

This internship runs into April of next year. Please send inquiries and resumes to linda@points-unknown.com
Visit our website to learn more about us - www.points-unknown.com

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Kevin Parmely
Cell: 605-354-1733
Huron, SD, USA E-mail:


Full Time Handler for 25 Dog Kennel & South Dakota Country Living.

Are you looking for an adventure and are eager to learn?
We are looking for someone who likes being outdoors in the winter time, can handle the cold weather, wants to handle and learn about driving sled dogs, trapping in the winter and summer, and will enjoy country living in South Dakota.

We have a small meat goat operation so must be comfortable around animals and have a love and respect for them.
Job tasks vary from basic care for all goats, dogs, and puppies, assist in training, cleaning yards, construction, trapping, cooking, and other general farm chores.

Must be able and willing to work hard, get up on time, have a good positive attitude, be responsible, and have common sense and no drug or alcohol problems.
Applicant will have private living quarters, partial board, and salary to be negotiated.

Email or Call Kevin's Cell 605-354-1733. I prefer calls.

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Mille Porsild
E-mail:
PolarHusky.com Website: polarhusky.com
Willow, AK, USA


Train freight dogs for upcoming expeditions in Alaska and Russia.

Kennel is located in Willow, Alaska.
You have to be physically strong able to handle 100-lb dogs.
To fit in with our set-up you should be a friendly, flexible and independent personality not easily stressed.
Email if interested.

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Erin Redington
 
Phone: 1-907-983-4444
Alaska Excursions Cell: 1-907-209-6065
Skagway, Alaska, USA Fax: 1-907-983-3392
  E-mail:
  Website: www.alaskaexcursions.com/
 

Now hiring Mushers and Handlers for the Summer Season!

Hourly wage DOE plus a bonus available.

Additional compensation for mushers with dogs.

Visit www.alaskaexcursions.com/employment for an application.
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