The Fan Hitch Volume 9, Number 1, December 2006

Journal of the Inuit Sled Dog International

In This Issue....

From the Editor: Looking back, looking ahead

Featured Inuit Dog Owner: Sandy Hagan

Defining the Inuit Sled Dog

The Great Arctic Hunter Game

In the News

Fan Mail

A Time to Remember the Dogs

Book Review: The Doggy Men

Inuit Dog Thesis 15th Anniversary Edition

Tip:  Seeing and Not Hearing

Product Review: Delivering the Goods

IMHO: A Few Thoughts about the Final Report on the Dog Slaughters


Navigating This Site

Index of articles by subject

Index of back issues by volume number

Search The Fan Hitch


Articles to download and print

Ordering Ken MacRury's Thesis

Our comprehensive list of resources

Talk to The Fan Hitch

The Fan Hitch home page

ISDI home page


Editor's/Publisher's Statement
Editor-in-Chief: Sue Hamilton
Webmaster: Mark Hamilton
Print Edition: Imaged and distributed by the IPL students of the Ulluriaq School, Kangiqsualujjuaq, Nunavik
The Fan Hitch, Journal of the Inuit Sled Dog International, is published four times a year. It is available at no cost online at: http://thefanhitch.org.

Print subscriptions: in Canada $20.00, in USA $23.00, elsewhere $32.00 per year, postage included. All prices are in Canadian dollars. Make checks payable in Canadian dollars only to "Mark Brazeau", and send to Mark Brazeau, Box 151 Kangiqsualujjuaq QC J0M 1N0 Canada. (Back issues are also available. Contact Sue Hamilton.)


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The Inuit Sled Dog International

The Inuit Sled Dog International (ISDI) is a consortium of enthusiasts whose goal is the preservation of this ancient arctic breed in its purest form as a working dog. The ISDI's efforts are concentrated on restoring the pure Inuit Dog to its native habitat. The ISDI's coordinators welcome to your comments and questions.

ISDI Coordinator Canada:
Geneviève Montcombroux, Box 206, Inwood, MB R0C 1P0; gmontcombroux@gmail.com
ISDI Coordinator USA:
Sue Hamilton, 55 Town Line Road, Harwinton, CT 06791, mail@thefanhitch.org
Fan Mail....


                                                             Photo: Han

October 21, 2006

Hello,

I'm currently researching Inuit sled dogs for an assignment for my Post Graduate diploma in animal behaviour and read with interest about this thesis. I was wondering how I would be able to obtain a copy. It would be an invaluable resource to me.

I look forward to hearing from you and hope you can help,

Best wishes,

C.G.

London, England

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October 31, 2006

To Geneviève and Sue,

Hi my name is Maren Vsetula and I live in Igloolik, Nu. This is my third year living and working in the Arctic and I thoroughly love it! My dream for the longest time has been to have a dog team and this year I went for it. I now have nine three-month-old ISD puppies. I love them!

I have been very excited by your journal and have collected a lot of useful information. I was wondering if you know of any other sources of information regarding raising ISD dogs and training. I am very keen on having a strong, well trained team but also know that ISDs are quite different to Siberians that I am used to and that the techniques and training is going to be different.

Can you recommend anything to me?

Thanks so much for your time,

Maren Vsetula

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