Like No Place on Earth
As Alaska’s international destination for dog lovers – and the Official Home of Dog Power Movie – we enjoy sharing our passion for dog powered sports. In all that we do, we emphasize and teach the critical importance of the ethics of dog sledding and dog care. We demonstrate and teach mushing, canicross, skijoring, bikejoring, and other dog powered sports including lake swimming, trail hiking and overnight camping. We are here to answer any questions you may have and look forward to sharing our friendly and loving 35 working sled dogs and the lifestyle of dog mushing with you and yours.
From the Sockeye Fire Ashes – “SuperDog Park”
In June 2015, the devastating Sockeye Fire burned through our very neighborhood, considered to be one of the mushing capitals of the world. 54 homes and hundreds of outbuildings and vehicles were destroyed. Massive heroic efforts were made to evacuate the thousands of working sled dogs who live in this area. Eight years later, we have completed the first phase of the Alaska Dog Center “SuperDog Park”. This four acre dog paradise is fully fenced, features trails and tracks, and has no equal in terms of safety and the highest care of sled dogs. It took a tremendous amount of work to clear the dead and burned trees and materials, but now the entire compound is considered to be a “wildfire firewise safety zone” for the future. The SuperDog Park is “Where Dogs Rule”.