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Help / Handlers Wanted

Updated: 22 July 2014

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Fast E Phone: 218 573 3993
Streeper Kennels E-mail:
Osage, Minnesota, USA Website:

Now is the time to apply to help our kennel starting September - April.

Looking for someone to be able to help with all aspects of a large sprint kennel
 and be able to hold the fort together while I attend a few races.

E-mail Fast E if interested or have questions/concerns.
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Mike Freeland Phone: 867-873-3303
Blachford Lake Lodge Cell: 867-446-1902
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada Fax: 867-920-4013

Experienced dog musher wanted for Blachford Lake Lodge, remote wilderness fly in lodge out of Yellowknife, NWT.

Care, handling, mushing of 14 Alaskans for national/international guests.

Willing to provide other winter guide activities, various other camp/bush tasks, team player.
ecember to April.

Salary based on experience plus gratuities.
otential for pre and post mushing season care and feeding.

Expression of interest and experience with references by email.

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Sven Haltmann Phone: 907-355-7088
Arctic Winter Adventures E-mail:  
Fairbanks, Alaska, USA

Arctic Winter Adventures is hiring guides/handlers
for the upcoming sled dog/snow machining season in Fairbanks and Bettles, Alaska. 

 Join our young and hard working team and be part of a fast pace sled dog touring operation.

If you don't mind hard work, cold climate and are energetic, driven and self motivated then this is your place!

A few months of experience with sled dogs and arctic climate required.
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Carlin Kimble Phone: 403-678-8045
Snowy Owl Sled Dog Tours E-mail:  
Canmore, Alberta, Canada Website:

Seeking knowledgeable mushers who are also experienced in guiding sled dog tours.

Position is full time from October 15th 2014 to April 30th 2015.
Certificate in CPR and First Aid is required.

Email for all inquires and please send references along with your resume.
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Fabrizio Lovati Phone: +39 (335) 18.29.414
Dog Sled Man E-mail:  
Aosta, Italy Website:

Looking for kennel help/handler for summer and winter seasons.

Opportunity for racing and tourism business.
Drivers license B (under 3.5 ton) required for driving dog truck.

Couple is welcome.

Monthly payment depending on experience.
© Sled Dog Central 2014

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

Looking for someone who enjoys working with sled dogs.

Duties include cleaning, feeding, watering, moving in and out of exercise pens,
 basic obedience training and preventative veterinary care.

Must be physically fit and have a good work ethic.
Weekly stipend, room and partial board.

Kennel size: 48 dogs.
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Patrick Moore

Phone: 907-366-7129

Tanana, Alaska, USA

Cell: 907-366-7129




Dog handler wanted 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

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.

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!
ll 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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Linda Newman Phone: 218-370-0283
Points Unknown E-mail:  
Hovland, Minnesota, USA Website:

Sled Dog Handler Position

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

The applicant must have a love and respect for dogs, a desire for adventure and a thirst for knowledge.
A dog training background in obedience and/or animal behavior will be helpful.
We’re offering room and board and all of the sled dog cuddles and slobber you can handle.

At times, you’ll work longer and harder than you likely ever have before. You’ll get tired and fatigued, sore, sometimes wet, and really dirty. At times, there will be plenty of time to relax and just soak up the beauty of the woods while hanging out with the dogs in their play groups or to head out to explore the area. 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. There is potential to guide tours in the winter for a little extra pocket money.

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. We’ve been called one of the cushiest handler jobs around!

Long term preferred, however we will consider shorter term for the right person. Hours are flexible in the off season, so a paying job in town is always possible. During the winter, it will be more difficult to have an off-site job. We have excellent internet service for telecommuting and decent boosted cell phone coverage.
Must have a Canadian cell phone plan.

Available immediately.

Please send inquiries and resumes to    or call at 218.370.0283.
© Sled Dog Central 2014

Michelle Phillips Phone: 867-332-2768
Tagish Lake Kennel E-mail:  
 Tagish, Yukon, Canada Website:

Yukon Quest/Iditarod kennel looking for a handler June - September.
Also looking for an experienced handler from October until April.

Summer Position
Rroom and board provided in exchange for help with sled dog chores.

Winter Position
 Room and board provided along with a monthly stipend.
Opportunity to race dependent on ability.

Applicants must be in good physical condition, have a positive attitude and be able to live off grid.

Email or call for a complete job description.
© Sled Dog Central 2014

Ryan & Erin Redington Phone: 907-209-6065
Alaska Excursions E-mail:  
Skagway, Alaska, USA Website:

Experienced Mushers with or w/o dogs & Handlers needed for Summer Season
in Skagway, Alaska and in Juneau, Alaska

Must be physically fit, hard-working, and good with dogs and people.
Must also have a professional appearance, good social skills, and good presentation skills.

Mushers: $13-15/hr. depending on experience
Musher & Handlers: tips & $2/hr. Bonus
Handlers: $12.00/hr.

May 1st to End-of September.
Additional compensation for mushers with dogs.
Now hiring for 2014.

Job Descriptions and Downloadable Application
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Ketil Reitan Phone: 004762498766
Alaskan Husky Tours E-mail:  
Narjordet near Roros Website:
Osterdalen, Norway

Handler Wanted

Husky tour and long distance racing kennel near Roros, Norway.

Starting as soon as possible.
Experience, driver's license, English skills needed.
Racing possible.

50 Alaskan Huskies from the best Iditarod lines.
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