Seeing Double Dogs
Kristy and Anna currently own over 40 of their own dogs, ranging from puppies to yearlings, adult racers, and retirees. The twins strive to use as many of their own dogs in races as possible, but they will combine their dogs with a couple others leased or borrowed from other mushers to fill out their racing teams. Mid-distances races are important for building an Iditarod caliber team, serving as both training exercises and auditions for longer races. The twins will use the experiences of longer training runs plus the early season races to put together well balanced long distance Iditarod teams.
Kristy and Anna's dogs are Alaskan Huskies, which are basically glorified mutts descended from indigenous working dogs and hearty Siberian breeds. You can learn more about the dogs in our FAQ section. Dogs will start racing competitively when they're just over a year old, and they can remain on competitive teams to age 10 or older. They range in size and color, but all have robust coats, hearty paws, healthy appetites, and love to run and pull!
Meet Our Family
The following dogs are currently owned by Seeing Double Sled Dog Racing.
Seeing Double Dogs, as of November 2020:
Puppies: Base, Bradley, Panzer, Tesla, and Worm.
Yearling to 3 years: Chile, Comet, Griz, Heim, Keedis, Night, Pablo, Reaper, and Roy.
Adults: Beaker, Berzerker, Bogus, Bootleg, Bulliet, Chaos, Diego, Dolphin, Drax, Duramax, Forrest, Havoc, Helles, Hop Dog, Kolsch, Maibock, Mayhem, Mr. Bumpy, Pilsner, Rampage, Randy, Rizo, Roxy, Ruckus, Ryder, Rye, Saison, Star-Lord, Wallace, Yondu and Zwickelbier.
Retired / Non-Racing: Jonah and Beatris.
Be sure to check out our page on Seeing Double's other Retired Racers!
Here are pictures of many of the dogs in our fur-family.