At this Utah-based rescue, pulling a dogsled is part of the rehab program. The other part is the owners’ dedication to helping each dog find and live his or her best life.

At Rancho Luna Lobos outside of Park City, Utah, it’s all about the dogs. More than a decade ago, with the help of his wife, Dana, Fernando Ramirez was able to combine his long-standing passions for dog rescue and dogsledding to create a novel hybrid: a nonprofit rescue and rehabilitation center and professional racing kennel. While you won’t find a lot of purebred Siberian Huskies here, you’ll see their DNA in many of the blue-eyed, long-legged, lithe dogs who call this place home.

Rancho Luna Lobos is family owned and operated, and the family lives on-site. Each day, Fernando, Dana and Jon Rameriz (Fernando’s brother), the ranch manager, spend hours caring for the dogs, working with local animal control…

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