I might just drop my life plans and become a dog sled racer someday...:)

Mush a Dog Sled! I love animals and I love the Husky breed. I think I will always own a Husky. This would be awesome.

The 27th annual Aviemore Husky Sled Dog Rally beside Loch Morlich in Scotland.

In pictures: the 27th annual Aviemore Husky Sled Dog Rally beside Loch Morlich in Scotland

Huskies are among the best tempered of all breeds of dog and are enthusiastic companions for taking on sled journeys as they pull you across the high Arctic landscape.

A husky howls as sledders and their huskies practice at a forest course ahead of the Aviemore Sled Dog Rally in Feshiebridge, Scotland. Huskies and sledders prepare ahead of the Siberian Husky Club of Great Britain 33nd race taking place at Loch Morlich this weekend near Aviemore.

UK Siberian Husky Dog Club prepares for Aviemore Sled Dog Rally, in pictures

A husky howls as sledders and their huskies practice at a forest course ahead of the Aviemore Sled Dog Rally in Feshiebridge, Scotland. Huskies and sledders prepare ahead of the Siberian Husky Club of Great Britain race taking place at Loch Morlich t

Canadian Eskimo Dog - Rare, one of N. America's rarest/oldest purebred indigenous dogs, also called Qimmiq or Qimmit, rare because little effort to inform other dog lovers, used for sled pulling/packing, hunting seal breathing holes, holding polar bears a

Canadian Eskimo Dog, Inuit Sled Dog, Alaskan or Mackenzie River Husky.What a beautiful dog.

Juneau, Alaska. Helicopter ride with Coastal Helicopters to Herbert Glacier, dog-sledding and glacier walking.

Helicopter ride with Coastal Helicopters to Herbert Glacier, dog-sledding and glacier walking. Once in a lifetime experience and worth every penny.

Greenland dog. Greenland dogs was the breed of sled dogs used by Nansen and Amundsen in their polar expeditions.

Greenland dogs was the breed of sled dogs used by Nansen and Amundsen in their polar expeditions.

The X-back harness is the harness most often seen on sled dogs. The large "X" evenly distributes pulling weight. The neck is padded with a thick front strap extending between the front legs, designed for hard, comfortable pulling over long distances. The "X" should extend to the base of the tail. Consult your dealer for proper fit.

The X-back harness is the harness most often seen on sled dogs. The large "X" evenly distributes pulling weight. The neck is padded with a thick front strap extending between the front legs, designed for hard, comfortable pulling over long distances.

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Hahah a husky puzzle! Most people would feel protected by this I wouldn't, I've seen huskies greet strangers without a care in the world!

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