POLAND SPRING
SEPPALAS

1925 - 2025

Centennial Seppala Expedition

Nenana - Nome

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For the past 20 years, we have been breeding, training, and racing our CKC registered Seppala Siberian Sleddogs.

Our team of Seppala Siberians are the direct descendants of Togo and Leonhard Seppalas sled dog team.

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PRESS RELEASE : Centennial Seppala Expedition

The legendary Leonhard Seppala and Togo Return to Nome on the 100 Year Anniversary of the Famous “Race of Mercy”

Poland Spring, Maine/ Nome Alaska- In 1925, legendary musher Leonhard Seppala and his team of dogs were instrumental in the nearly 750 mile relay of life-saving serum to the isolated city of Nome Alaska. After these heroic acts- Seppala, Togo, and the rest of the team relocated to Poland Spring, Maine.

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As a trained wildlife biologist who focused on canids, Jonathan Hayes says Nutrition is one of the three essentials to having a successful dogteam, with the other two being Genetics and Training. It was on a weeklong, 285-mile dogsled expedition across Maine’s remote Northwoods that Hayes realized he needed to find “better kibble” for his team — and landed on Native dog food.

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