Fall is here, finally. While it may not quite feel like running the dogs, yet (at least not in southern CA), we know the mushing season is just around the corner. So, in order to get off to a great start, we're offering the first new cart to be purchased this fall with free shipping within the continental US (lower 48). Considering, it's a good 150+ lbs (cart + crate), that's quite an irresistible value.
In addition, we're keeping our introductory price of $1995.- effective, since most (if not all) of the country is still in recovery mode.
Last, not least, if you live in the western US, we may be able to work out a good shipping deal, even if you're not the first in line for free shipping. We have several trips coming up in the next couple of months up and down the west coast and may be able to deliver a cart in person. So if you live west of the Rocky Mountains, send us an e-mail or give us a call, and we'll try to work something out for you.
For more information about our carts, please see our website arctis-carts.com , send us an e-mail at email@example.com or give us a call at (949) 215-1478
Now, the only tough decision is going to be the color...shiny black, candy apple red, signal orange or ... ?
Registrations for this year's mushing workshop with Karen Yeargain in Big Bear CA must be received by Sept 24th. If you're interested in attending, please see information below:
October 24th & 25th - Training Workshop with Karen Yeargain - Big Bear CA
We'll be holding a weekend training workshop with Karen on October 24-25 in the Big Bear area.
Karen has been training and racing Siberian Huskies for many years. Check out her website www.tumnatkisiberians.com for more info on her and her wonderful dogs.
We'll be working with individual dogs and teams and will cover command and pull training, training your dog to work in a team, passing, good behavior in harness and other areas. Discussion will cover equipment, harnesses and lines, and other topics as requested by participants.
The workshop format is flexible enough to accommodate all levels, so beginners as well as more experienced mushers are welcome.
The cost is $175 per person with $25 for extra family members. Bring as many dogs as you are comfortable handling.
You can get more info and a registration form here (.pdf file)
Let me know if you have any questions. Those who attended last year's workshop got a lot out of it and I'm definitely looking forward to this year's training.