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Help Handsome! Handsome is a 6 yr. old jolly Alaskan Malamute/husky with severe kennel cough.

He needs help with his Kennel Cough meds and would love to have a bed of his own.




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Help Gus! Gus is a 5 yr. old Alaskan Husky who needs testing for eating issues and treatment for a painful swollen left hind leg.

Gus is in a foster home and would really like a bed to call his own.




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Help Eddie! Eddie is a fun loving 4 yr. old Siberian Husky who is Pirate's best friend.

He needs help with Kennel Cough meds and would finally love to have a bed of his own.




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Help Abby! Abby - Abby is a 5 yr. old Alaskan Husky who is Lymes and Anaplasmosis with ongoing treatment for lameness.

Abby is currently in foster care, and would also like a new bed to call her own.




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Help Angel! Angel is a 1-2 yr. old sweet sweet husky with Lymes and anaplasmosis disease, a severe bacterial infection, severe kennel cough, needs to be spayed, microchipped, and up to date on shots. She also needs her own bed and collar.



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Help Cool Dog! Cool Dog - ALL the sled dogs love children, working with thousands throughout a year but...Cool Dog loves them best!

At 10 years old, Cool Dog is doing great! He had two large tumors removed from his legs last winter, but has fully recovered and is enjoying his life as a retired sled dog. Not being in front of the sled, he’s able to do what he loves the most: spend time with the kids!



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Help BooBoo! Boo Boo is a 105 lb. licensed therapy dog.

Last fall, we found out that 10 year old Boo Boo’s blood calcium levels were dangerously high. After many, many trips to the vet and diagnostic tests, we’re still not sure what is causing Boo Boo’s calcium levels to be elevated, but we were able to find a treatment to keep his kidneys from failing. The treatment is a monthly IV injection that costs $540 each time! Between treatments Boo Boo is back to normal and has great quality of life.

He and has worked his whole life as the "Gentle Giant", acting as an ambassador for ALL rescues, but he has also been nicknamed "the Beast" for his hard work pulling thousands of children while in front of a sled.

He has always worked in the capacity of supporting other dogs and also children with "Special Needs" - a true Community asset! ...and now he needs your help so he can continue his vital work.




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Help Bob! Bob is a valuable Lead Dog, a permanent rescue with the DCSDs and a favorite with boys in particular - it's ALL about Bob!


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Help LB! LB was rescued at a year old, having been bounced around between four different (not so great) homes in his short life.

We rescued him and immediately fell in love. Now, at 8 years old, he’s a hardworking wheel dog who is great with new team members and fans alike. LB is the softest dog in the world, he’s sweet, quiet and loves meeting people during meet and greets.

Recently, we found out that one of LB’s big molars was fractured and needed to be removed. He’s recovering well from the extraction and teeth cleaning and can’t wait to get back to work!

He is a solid hardworking sled dog - LB truly runs with heart.



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Help Jellie Mae! Jellie Mae is a Seppala Siberian Husky, 8 yrs. old and fast, fast, fast!

She is gentle and noble and her nickname is - the Princess.

She wears bling on her collar to prove it and is a favorite of all little girls who admire her pseudo diamond rings.

Jellie Mae is suffering from ulcerated corneas and has recently had a mild stroke.




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Help George! George is 4 yrs. old and came from the Washington County Humane Society.

Having too much energy and being crated for about 22 hours a day before he came to the team, his three largest teeth are cracked in half.

He loves to dance!

He is a happy-go-lucky!

But that doesn’t stop George from being the BEST Lead Dog ever as he races for charity and even takes first place!




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Help Happy!

Happy was rescued (as a pup) along with 66 other huskies from a barn in the dark of night.

The Wooley dogs were being bred for good looks and big $$$$, with no concern for medical issues through breeding.

After 3 months with the DCSDs, we found out Happy (and his sister) had deformed kneecaps and couldn’t pull a sled.

He watched his new brothers and sisters leave, having the time of their lives and was heartbroken.

We had to figure something out. We taught Happy to ride the sled and it’s been friends, family, and experiences ever since.

Happy is the team’s Special Needs Ambassador and is always a big hit with children and grownups alike. He does tend to have bigger medical issues than most but is really a very happy kind of guy.



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Help Beautiful Two! Beautiful Two is a terrific Lead Dog and one of the most valuable members of the team, participating in dozens of outreach programs with schools, scouts, and special needs programs.

Beautiful has a hot spot, an irritated area that she won’t leave alone, on her paw. It’s an ongoing issue and we’re doing everything we can to keep it from getting infected while we find a way to make her leave it alone. We’ve tried cones, socks, wraps… you name it!




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Help Pirate! Pirate - a "trauma dog" from Kansas City, he came to us before being euthanized.

He is currently going through rehabilitation and is at this time, considered a permanent DCSDs sanctuary dog.

He will need serious help and support toward ongoing and lifetime care.



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Help Budder! Budders came from the backwoods of the UP from a musher who developed brain cancer.

He is doing very well as both a working dog (he loves to run!) and an indoor pet.

He thrives on love and attention with a nickname of "Adorable!"



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Help Star! Star is a 6 year old Alaskan Husky who came to us after being chained in a field with no human interaction.

Star had given up on life by the time we got to her. She was terribly malnourished and was continuing to lose weight every day. After lots of loving, cuddling, food, and treats she is a fabulous sled dog!

Her favorite thing, though, is just being loved. She loves her mushers and everyone she meets, so she loves being out and about in the community!



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Help Quik! Quik is an Alaskan Husky, 7 yrs. old and is quick, quick, quick!

Quik came to us in partnership with Hairy Houdini Siberian Rescue out of Michigan as his musher was diagnosed with an illness forcing her to give up her beloved team.

He is a super fine Lead Dog in training, very loving, really enjoys children and his new outreach work and he surely would love to have a special Sponsor to call his very own.



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Help Mushka! Mushka is the sweetest most sensitive little sled dog.

She is a good lead dog but sometimes, does get a bit distracted & like watching for butterflies!

She is 7 yrs. old, gives the best kisses on the planet and has the most hauntingly beautiful song.

Mushka would love to be picked as a special Sponsor Dog.



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Who is your favorite Door County sled dog?

Our Sponsor-A-Sled Dog program allows you to keep tabs on your favorite sled dog or give a friend or loved one the gift of their very own sponsored team dog!

Your tax-deductible sponsorship provides the Door County Sled Dogs with much-needed financial support! All funds go directly to the care and upkeep of our animals and equipment, and to the educational programs we provide to the community.

We appreciate any amount you can donate to the Door County Sled Dogs, but become a Guardian Angel we will offer special perks to you!

BECOME A GUARDIAN ANGEL SPONSOR WITH A $150 DONATION!

Guardian Angel Benefits:

  • A certificate of adoption with full-color photo of your adopted friend.
  • Updates about your sled dog of choice three times a year.
  • Photos of your dog of choice three times a year.
  • A special “This is My Team, Proud sponsor of The Door County Sled Dogs!” colored image on a limited edition sticker.
  • A "Thank You!" Shout out on Facebook.
  • Best of all, included in the sponsorship program is the privilege of spending time with your dog. Sponsors receive an invitation for themselves, family and friends to personally visit their sled dog at a special private Open House held once a year in either Door County or Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

We believe that the impact of meeting a sled dog in-person is profound, and that this connection helps us all comprehend the importance of understanding the connection between working dog breeds, ourselves, and the community.

Your sponsorship helps all the Door County sled dogs to keep doing their great work in the community year-round.

Sponsorships make great HOLIDAY, anniversary, graduation or retirement gifts! They can also be made in memory of a beloved family member, friend or pet. Your kindness and generosity makes a world of difference in the lives of the rescues - you help save lives!

Meet the Door County Sled Dogs

and choose one (or more!) to Sponsor!