My wife and I live in Watertown, Wisconsin and currently have three Alaskan Malamutes. We have had Malamutes for about 12 years now. From the time we got our second Malamute we started doing sledding with them during the winter months. As you may have noticed a lot of areas do not get nearly the snowfall that we used to and the winter season seems to be way too short. This is the reason that I started building Dryland mushing rigs in 2013. I built a rig for myself to use with our Malamutes and then also shared them with a few of my close friends.
As we all know Malamutes are not known to be fast however they are strong pullers so we did not intend to do any racing, therefore, I chose not to purchase a racing style rig to be used in competition. The racing position that you need to assume while being on that style rig was uncomfortable if you just wanted to be a recreational musher down a bicycle trail. The rigs that I build allow you to assume a more upright position while exercising your dogs helping to satisfy their DNA.
These rigs are simple, affordable, and effective. I currently have well over 150 rigs being used across the country. Recently I modified the design to some assembly required version which allows the rigs to be shipped in two smaller boxes, more affordable for shipping charges as well as easier to transport to and from the trail.
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So, will you be next to start making tracks with your own Wolftrack? Get in on the fun! Thank you, “Wolfy” (Bruce Wolff).