Renowned for their endurance and stamina, Siberian Huskies are energetic, medium-sized dogs bred to pull sleds over long distances. They have a thick double coat that protects them in harsh weather conditions.
This powerful and large Arctic breed is well-suited for pulling heavy loads over long distances. They have a strong build, a dense coat, and a friendly disposition.
Originally bred by the Samoyede people of Siberia, these fluffy, white dogs possess both strength and a friendly nature. They are strong-willed and can pull sleds with ease.
Not a purebred but a mix of various northern breeds like the Siberian Husky, Greyhound, and others, the Alaskan Husky is specifically bred for sledding. They're known for their speed and endurance.
Historically used by the Inuit people, Canadian Eskimo Dogs are robust, powerful, and have a thick double coat. They're well-adapted to cold climates and excel at pulling heavy loads.
Originating from Greenland, these hardy dogs have been used for centuries for pulling sleds and hunting. They have a strong build and excel in cold, harsh conditions.
Another mixed breed, combining traits of the Greyhound and Husky breeds, Eurohounds are bred for speed and endurance. They're commonly used in long-distance sled dog racing.
Developed in the United States, Chinooks are a rare breed known for their strength, endurance, and friendly temperament. They were originally bred for sled dog racing and hauling.