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Kicksledding & Skijoring

One thing many people have on their bucket list is to go dogsledding, but what if you can enjoy winter activities with your own dog?

From Corgis to Labradors and Boxers, it is an activity many dogs love. Have a strong puller, high energy dog or just want to try something new? Let's harness that energy, enjoy the outdoors and become more active. We will help you getting started! 

It's all about having a good time and we strongly believe life is more fun when enjoyed outdoors, with our furry companions.

*** We have rental gear available for all of our activities, try it out before investing ***

Kicksledding

Team sport

Kicksledding with a dog is a team sport that requires human and dog working together. The dog runs/walks up front and pulls while the rider kicks along to help out.Kicksleds can be used with and without dogs and are a great alternative for non skiers who are looking for a fun winter activity with their dogs.​

 

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Skijoring

Crosscountry skiing with dog power

Skijoring is a dog powered sport where the dog pulls the skier. An experienced cross country skier may find it easier to get the hang of it vs someone who has never skied before.

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Canicross & Bikejoring

Tired of getting dragged by your dog on leash walks? Frustrated you can't tire your dog out? Can't trust your dog off leash?

Canicross/Canihike is a fun and safe way to tire out your dog and get your daily steps in! Turn that pulling force into something you can both enjoy and build up to other fun activities!

*** We have rental gear available for all of our activities, try it out before investing ***

Canicross / Canihike

A year round activity for every-dog

Walking/Running with the dog attached to your waist. This is the best introduction to any of the other pulling activities.

Canicross/Canihike is a fun and safe alternative to getting dragged down the road by your hard pulling dog on a leash, and prevent choking on their collar. Give your dog a job and enjoy a structured walk that feels comfortable to you and your dog.​

Bikejoring

For experienced riders and dogs

If you are a bit of an adrenaline junkie and have a dog that loves to run, then bikejoring is THE sport for both of you. Bikejoring requires experience on the human's part but also of the dog because the speed is considerably higher. Both the dog and rider must already have a good background in harness dog sports before trying out bikejoring.

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Biking with a springer

A safe way to exercise your dog!

Running a dog next to your bike on a springer is a safe way to exercise your dog on busier roads, in the suburbs or on maintained trails.

This activity is suitable for pullers AND non-pullers!

Dogs of all sizes and breeds love this activity and you don't need to be an overly active person to enjoy it with them.

Leash walking and Good Manners

Keep it simple!

For clients  who take dog powered sports  lessons with us we offer help with basic manner training (ex. don't jump on people, polite meet&greet, walk nicely on a leash etc). 
We encourage dogs who do pulling activities to also learn loose leash walking and show good manners. We can help you and your dog to do both.

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Educational programs

Learn about dogsledding and meet our team!

Understanding dogs body language, the history about dogsledding and proper dog care are important skills to learn at any age. We visit schools with our dogs and offer half and full day outdoor skill days.

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