Sylvia Frigyer

Sylvia Frigyer

Sylvia Frigyer
További ötletek tőle: Sylvia
When Pearl Harbor was attacked on December 7, 1941, the United States inventory of military working dogs consisted of only 90 Siberian Huskies and Malamutes. These dogs were used as pack and sled dogs for rescue in areas of the world where motorized equipment could not go . They paved the way for our modern military working dogs and heroes today !   From ... The Dogington Post

When Pearl Harbor was attacked on December 7, 1941, the United States inventory of military working dogs consisted of only 90 Siberian Huskies and Malamutes. These dogs were used as pack and sled dogs for rescue in areas of the world where motorized equipment could not go . They paved the way for our modern military working dogs and heroes today ! From ... The Dogington Post

Prospector and his dog ready for the Summer Trail, Seward, Alaska c. 1900-30

Prospector and his dog ready for the Summer Trail, Seward, Alaska c. 1900-30

Фото Д.Вилера. Комментарий: "Гидди радушно приветствует хаски" Гидди (справа) - исконно индейские собаки. Они крепки, жилисты и невероятно выносливы, однако они слишком маленькие, чтобы стать идеальным тягловым животным.

Фото Д.Вилера. Комментарий: "Гидди радушно приветствует хаски" Гидди (справа) - исконно индейские собаки. Они крепки, жилисты и невероятно выносливы, однако они слишком маленькие, чтобы стать идеальным тягловым животным.

Puppies from breeding of Mikiuk and Noma (1930s), early influential M'Loot dogs. Paul Voelker was founder of the M'Loot strain.

Puppies from breeding of Mikiuk and Noma (1930s), early influential M'Loot dogs. Paul Voelker was founder of the M'Loot strain.

Eskimo dogs

Eskimo dogs

Eskimo dogs on BAE II

Eskimo dogs on BAE II

Rowdy Of Nome, born at Nome, Alaska, 1927 - the dog that inspired Eva Seeley

Rowdy Of Nome, born at Nome, Alaska, 1927 - the dog that inspired Eva Seeley

Portrait of a dog named Klondike, that Antarctic explorer Richard E. Byrd brought on one of his expeditions, Alaska, n.d.

Portrait of a dog named Klondike, that Antarctic explorer Richard E. Byrd brought on one of his expeditions, Alaska, n.d.

"Murphy", early 1900s

"Murphy", early 1900s

US Army publicity photo of Sled Dogs in World War II - guns were never used on sleds except for this photo

US Army publicity photo of Sled Dogs in World War II - guns were never used on sleds except for this photo