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A dog's life

A COUPLE of sled dogs from the Yukon check out Terrace as their owner stops here before continuing their trip to Fort St. James for a race last week. The homemade dog cab on the back of the owner’s truck held 13 dogs and could hold up to 16, each in its own space bedded down with straw and plenty of room to curl up for a nap. - ANNA KILLEN
A COUPLE of sled dogs from the Yukon check out Terrace as their owner stops here before continuing their trip to Fort St. James for a race last week. The homemade dog cab on the back of the owner’s truck held 13 dogs and could hold up to 16, each in its own space bedded down with straw and plenty of room to curl up for a nap.
— image credit: ANNA KILLEN

A COUPLE of sled dogs from the Yukon check out Terrace as their owner stops here before continuing their trip to Fort St. James for a race last week.

The homemade dog cab on the back of the owner’s truck held 13 dogs and could hold up to 16, each in its own space bedded down with straw and plenty of room to curl up for a nap.

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