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Stealthy Sled Dog Survives Three Months Lost In Alaskan Wilderness

25 days ago   |   By iHeart Dogs

Since 1973, the annual Iditarod Sled Dog Race has consisted of teams of dogs, typically Siberian Huskies, and one musher who compete to see who can make the 938-mile trek from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska, the fastest.
So when a sled dog named Leon accidentally escaped from his collar at a checkpoint and was forced to face Alaska's icy, unforgiving wilderness all on his own, they weren't sure whether or not he would even survive.
The Iditarod is essentially the “Super Bowl” for sled dogs. Not just any pup is suited to survive in extreme weather or endure the harsh Alaskan landscape. The race...
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