Originating from Siberia, Russia, Siberian Huskies are known for their striking appearance and exceptional endurance. They have a thick double coat that provides insulation against cold temperatures.
Originally bred by the native Inuit people of Alaska, Malamutes are powerful and sturdy dogs with a friendly disposition. They have a dense coat and are known for their strength and endurance.
This fluffy and friendly breed hails from Siberia. Samoyeds are known for their endurance and ability to work in harsh conditions. They have a distinctive "smile" due to the upturned corners of their mouths.
A large and strong breed, the Greenland Dog has been historically used for pulling heavy sleds in Arctic regions. They are known for their endurance and ability to handle extreme cold.
Originating from Canada, these dogs were traditionally used by the Inuit for pulling sleds. They are strong, agile, and have a thick double coat for insulation.
Developed in the early 20th century in New Hampshire, USA, the Chinook is a rare breed that was specifically bred for sled dog racing. They are known for their strength, speed, and versatility.
While not a specific breed, the Eurohound is a mix of Alaskan Husky and various sighthound breeds. This combination results in a fast and agile sled dog, often used in competitive racing.
Named after the famous musher Leonhard Seppala, these dogs are a strain of Siberian Huskies that have been selectively bred for their sledding abilities. They are known for their endurance and speed.