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Zoya DeNure is a veteran musher and works at rehabilitating and rescuing dogs with her friend John Schandelmeier when not training for the Iditarod.

DeNure and Schandelmeier own and operate Crazy Dog Kennels, where 25 of their 45 sled dogs are rescues. "We're retraining these 'discarded' dogs and running them in the main team or placing them with the appropriate musher" says DeNure. "We're excited to say we're making a difference, one dog at a time."

For more info and photos on DeNure's 2012 Iditarod team or to learn more about Crazy Dog Kennels, you can check out dogsleddenali.com!

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Recaption

It has begun! The ceremonial start of the 40th annual Iditarod race is underway, with Ray Redington Jr. (son of Iditarod founder Joe Redington) currently leading the pack out of Anchorage, Alaska along an 11 mile stretch of trail to Campell Airstrip in preparation for tomorrow's official start.

This year, 66 teams have entered the race that snakes its way across 975 miles of snow-covered wilderness from Anchorage to Nome, a trip that can take anywhere from 8 to 15 days in optimal conditions.

Check back in with I Has a Hot Dog tomorrow for recap coverage of the ceremonial start, official start information, and don't forget to join in the captioning fun by visiting our doggy lol builder!

See you on the trail!

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Good news, everyone! I Has a Hotdog will be covering this year's Iditarod dog sled race starting at 12pm PST Saturday, March 3rd, 2012.

Be sure to check in often for live coverage of racing news, Iditarod and sled dog info, as well as plenty of captionable images to edit and share with your friends!

Celebrate "The Last Great Race" with us right here at I Has a Hot Dog, and join us as we follow these amazing dogs duri

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