About Us


The staff (the dogs)Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel is a kennel comprised of over 100 sled dogs, ranging from racing Alaskan Huskies, to more traditional breeds like Siberians and Malamutes. Regardless of breed, our dogs all share common traits of friendliness towards people, the love of running, and an athletic & competitive nature. We focus on rescuing alaskan huskies in need of a home, giving them a "job for life" with our kennel.

The rest of us (the two-legged staff)

Now that we've described the most important members of our kennel, on to the humans... The humans of Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel consist of a bunch of dog lovers and adrenaline junkies. Our favorite thing to do is share the passion and adventure of dogsledding from the musher's perspective. Tours aren't just sitting in the sled and going for a ride, but rather involve interacting with dogs, and learning aspects of a culture that many people just don't get to experience. However... if you prefer to have a relaxing ride, that's fine as well! 

*****You'll have the opportunity to drive a Team!*****
(With an experienced musher of course... for the safety of the dogs it is the musher's discretion as to whether the passenger may drive)KhoaleRosa

Our kennel is located in the heart of the White Mountains.  Just minutes by dog team (or car) to Santa's Village, 2 hours from Burlington, VT, and 45 minutes from North Conway, NH. We are near the Mountain View Grand Resort, Applebrook Bed & Breakfast, the Town and Country Motor Inn, and the Gorham Motor Inn.


Dogs for Adoption

When a dog comes to our kennel it has a home for life. Most of our retired sled dogs wind up on our couch or going home with one of our mushers. While we'd like to keep them all, sometimes we know it's best for the dog to find them a spot next to a woodstove and an active family to be their new forever-family. Read more


NH Grand Adventure


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