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Bristol Palin Has Got Fantastic Alaskan Sled Dogs On Her Mind!

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Last time we heard about Bristol Palin she was not exactly lovin' the animals.

But this time around she's ditched the guns for a camera!

Now these are "shots" we can appreciate!!

Here's what she wrote on her blog about sled dog racing:

"There probably is no sport more “Alaska” than sled dog racing. [I visited] Crazy Dog Kennel, where they train dog puppies to pull the sleds and human puppies to ride the sleds."

She also added a picture that we've shared (below).

For that - she wrote:

"This is a sweet picture of a handler with one of the puppies. Aren’t they adorable?"

We can't tell if by them she means the puppies in general or the puppy AND the trainer!

Uh-oh, looks like Bristol may have a new crush!

As do we.

But not with the trainer - it is with these CUTE puppies!!!

[Image via Bristol Palin.]

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2 comments to “Bristol Palin Has Got Fantastic Alaskan Sled Dogs On Her Mind!”

  1. 1

    Shame on Bristol from promoting the cruel Iditarod and Crazy Dog Kennel which is owned by Iditarod musher Zoya DeNure. Iditarod dogs suffer horrendous cruelty every day of their lives. Mushers have drowned, shot, bludgeoned and dragged many dogs to death. For example, Iditarod musher Dave Olesen drowned a litter of newborn puppies. Another musher got rid of unwanted puppies by tying them in a bag and tossing the bag in a creek. Mushers even have a saying about not breeding dogs unless they can drown them: “Those who cannot drown should not breed.”

    Terrible things happen to dogs during the Iditarod. This includes: death, bloody diarrhea, paralysis, frostbite (where it hurts the most!), bleeding ulcers, lung damage, pneumonia, ruptured discs, viral diseases, kennel cough, broken bones, torn muscles and extreme stress. At least 142 dogs have died in the race, including four dogs who froze to death in the brutal cold.

    FOR MORE FACTS: Sled Dog Action Coalition,

  2. Brooke Ann says – reply to this


    Sledding is EXTREMELY abusive!