Become an "Official Iditarod Team " Z"
Join paws & hands with Zoya & her Iditarod 2010
racing team! Recieve a signed 8 x 10 glossy picture
of Zoya and her 2010 team, one Crazy Dog Kennel's logo
T-shirt and kennel inside news, plus much more depending
on your level of involvment.
There's many levels of supporting
Zoya's Iditarod 2010. Any type of participation is welcome
- Golden Harness sponsor $3,000.00 and up
- Lead Dog Sponsor $1,000.00 and up
- Team Dog Sponsor $500.00 and up
- Wheel Dog sponsor $300.00 and up
- Family sponsor $100.00 and up
- Sponsor your favorite dog on my 2010 Iditarod team! See below!
- Puppy sponsor $ 25.00 (perfect for kids!)
Sponsor a Race Dog for the 2010 Season!
A one hundred dollar donation
will support one member of our race team for the 2010
race season. Follow your favorite team member as they
prepare and compete for Long
Distance Alaskan Races! For your donation you will receive
a Crazy Dog Kennels T-Shirt, and an 8x10 photo of your
favorite dog. You will also receive exclusive updated
newsletters and information on the progress of race team.
A fifty dollar donation will
support one of the younger dogs as they under go the training
necessary to join the race team! Follow the training steps
and techniques necessary to prepare them for the seasons
to come. For your donation you will receive an 8X10 photo
and updated newsletters and information for your dog during
the 2010 training season.
Cinnebar; One of the most
promising yearling; already a good leader.
Other promising youngsters include;
Littermates; Obie and Jon
Jon, Diesel, Kayak and Canoe; three brothers with plenty
of energy, drive and ability!
Sponsor a Shelter
Dog for 2010!
A three hundred dollar donation
will sponsor a Rescue dog for 2010. These dogs are rescues
that come to us either from the Fairbanks Animal Shelter,
or from kennels that no longer wish to keep them. Your
donation will feed your adoptive dog for 2010. Many of
these animals have special needs: some need socialization,
special diets, and/or rehabilitation in other ways. Many
of these dogs will go on to become valued member of the
race Team; some will move on into adoptive homes, either
as a recreational sled dog or as a valued companion. Rescue
dog sponsors will receive a Crazy Dog Kennels hooded sweatshirt,
an 8x10 photo, and updated information on the background
and progress of your adoptive dog.
Bridle; Bridle has been
one of our main leaders since 2006; she is a very driven,
perfect Gee/Haw leader.
Peak; a four year-old female
who is already a veteran of the Yukon Quest and the Iditarod;
along with her two brothers, Bligh and Storey, (pictured
here) she is part of the core of the race team.
Bligh; a very strong dog
who is always crazy to go, a mainstay in the team.
Storey; almost impossible
to harness, he is always wiggling; strong and energetic,
a dog who never has a bad day and has never been on a
run that wasn’t fun!
Probe: This 8 year old dog
has been a rock in the Race team since his yearling season.
Probe is a dog who can run anywhere in the team and provide
a steady consistent presence. He has completed every race
he has started and he is a dog you don’t leave home
Watch here for more pictures of the race team.
Hunter; a leader from the Shelter
Trapper; father to Storey, Bligh and Peak
Sebe; the small dog with a huge heart; #1 leader in the
Bongo; the crazy black leader who likes tails!
Djembe; a happy up-coming leader; finishing her first Iditarod
Dude; the happiest dog in the yard.