SP Kennel is a premier sled dog racing kennel in Two Rivers, Alaska, dedicated to the individual dog through excellent health, nutrition, training and specialized care.

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

There's No Place Like Home

Everyone is home safely!

It's a gorgeous day today in Two Rivers so everyone is out relaxing in the sun, taking it easy and catching up with their mates.


Dingle relaxed; Moxie (front) and Chica at leisure


Tatfish surveys the yard; Boondocks enjoys the sun

We're going to take it easy for a few days also to unpack, relax and regroup.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for this glimpse of the hardworking SP Kennel sled dogs on their day off!!!

Welcome back to...home sweet home! So proud of all the 2-legged and 4-legged team members!!!

--Margaret

Paula Nations Medlin said...

Glad everyone's home safe, do proud of my teams!!

Mary said...

yaaaaayyy!!!

Kathy said...

Now that's a stretch!

Anonymous said...

I know when I come home, it is so nice to be home, but sure enjoyed the time away also. thanks so much for the wonderful coverage of you and your kennel. love it.
Maureen from Comox, BC Canada.

Candace Wilson Bush said...

We love getting posts after the race is done! Keeps us in the "loop"! Thanks Aliy.... Dogs look so content!

Lourdes, VT said...

It certainly looks homey! The pups look so sweet and relaxed and happy!!!
You guys are super great!

Melissa Krahmer said...

I see Meghan's name listed for the Sheep Mountain 300 next week, so somebody's not relaxing for very long. I hope we get a team roster and updates! Good luck to Meghan!

And congratulations to all the SPK athletes on a fantastic Iditarod.

Anonymous said...

We are so proud of all of the well cared for and greatly loved dogs (and your humans too :) Have a great rest & run for fun ~ We are pulling for ALL of you CHAMPIONS !
Team Miller ~

Nessmuk said...

There's no place like HOME! Welcome back! Glad to hear you had safe travels!

Anonymous said...

I have to admit that I check the SPKennel blog several times a week, even in the off season, just hoping for a glimpse of the dogs. So thank you for this blog entry.