Usally 8-9 Huskys or Malamutes, The strongest 2 go up at the colsest end to the sled, Then go the 2 dogs with the biggest coats, Then the 2 that are most average,Then, up frount go the 2 dogs that are best at navigating.
Or you could have that, then up at the very front put Rudolf (The Red Nosed Reindeer) or, by night I guess you could put the lighest Dog (EG White or Light Grey, one like that) and by day, the darkest coloured one.
Hope I helped :)
a lot of huskies or dogs with thick fur [snow dogs as they are most commonly known]
(AvalonHealer) I have a minuture Greman Spitz but the full size ones are used to pull sleds. But yea Huskies alot of the time. My German spitz has special pads that are really warm so that when hey run in the snow there pads don't get frozen.
(E S) The "Alaskan Husky" is generally the sled dog of choice. They are mixed breed dogs from husky parentage and may be mixed with sight hounds, other Spitz breeds, various shepherds, and any other breed in an attempt to get the traits that a musher needs, such as endurance, speed, strength, trainability, etc. Siberian Huskies are also common, and for heavy weight pully there's always the Alaskan Malamute or other large, sturdy, strong dogs. I've heard of poodles running the Iditarod. Just about any dog with the desire, strength, and endurance for the job can do it. Huskies and husky types have just been bred specifically for that purpose for a very, very long time.
Usually dogs intended for cooler climates are used for sleds such as Huskies and Alaskan Malamutes.
Sled dogs are dogs that pull sleds that have your stuff on them in cold climates.
Siberian Husky... is the most common known dog to pull sleds.
The American dog that pulls sledges is the HUSKY
Huskys, Alaskan Malamutes and Green Land Dogs
(Look them up)
A dog sled driver is a musher. Follow Hugh Neff on Facebook and you can follow a musher that does the Iditarod every year.
Probably the Malamute.
Do you mean a sleigh?
Snow Dogs grossed $81,150,692 in the domestic market.
Usually sled dogs sleep in the snow. They dig a big comfy burrow then sleep through most of the winter. They also like forests.
Some animals like dogs like snow but it depends which animal you are talking about
No. If by 'snowdogs' you mean dogs that pull sledges in the snow, then definitely not. That's a HUSKIE. If you mean a dog that lives in the snow, then you are still wrong because a) Wolves aren't dogs and b) Wolves live in many environments
Sledges pulled by dogs, skis, snowmobiles, and snow tractors of various kinds- some with caterpillar tracks and some with extra-big wheels.
i think youir talking about a huski dog, they used to a least seven dogs to pull a man/woman on a sled in the snow.
As v know that more area results into less pressure..Sledges have larger area bcoz of which they easily slide on the snow without sinking. So ,sledges are not provided wid wheels
Sledges used by eskimos have no wheels as application of wheels reduces the area in contact with the snow. As pressure is inversely proportional to area , less will be the area more will be the pressure. Due to the access of pressure wheels may sink in snow and it will be difficult to move it.
ponys, dogs, 2 snow tractors, 7 assistants (himself included), food, water, clothing, tents, winter gear, fuel, maps, diaries, dishes, sledges, and compass
Snow dogs help pull supplies and handlers in the snow.
The duration of Snow Dogs is 1.68 hours.
Snow Dogs was created on 2002-01-18.
Snow Dogs was released on 01/18/2002.
The Production Budget for Snow Dogs was $32,000,000.
Dog sledding is a popular winter sport that includes up to 12 sled dogs pulling a leading person (called a "musher"). The musher stands in a sled/cart and the dogs pull him or her through snow.