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Subject: Hello from Alaska :)
Date: Fri, April 24, 2015
Hi! I found The Fan Hitch while searching for information about landrace breeds. I am a former musher and still own several Alaskan Huskies with strong village dog components. I also just acquired a Central Asian Shepherd with Kazakh bloodlines, so you can see why I am interested! Anyway, I just wanted to thank you for your interesting and informative articles. I have shared a link to your page in one of my aboriginal Caucasian Ovcharka groups, as well as on my personal Facebook page. Keep up the awesome work!