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Sled dog made long trip home alone after getting loose during Iditarod

9:22 PM, Mar. 22, 2013
May, a strawberry blonde female sled dog, probably traveled 300 to 400 miles over some of the most rugged country Alaska serves up after getting loose from her team during the 41st Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Six days later, she was rescued.
May, a strawberry blonde female sled dog, probably traveled 300 to 400 miles over some of the most rugged country Alaska serves up after getting loose from her team during the 41st Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Six days later, she was rescued.
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May the sled dog devoured a hearty, steaming serving of canned salmon and kibble stew in Birchwood, Alaska, her first real meal since getting loose from her team six days earlier in the 41st Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.

May, a strawberry blond female, probably logged 300 to 400 miles in her homeward-bound trip across some of the most rugged country Alaska serves up, said Iditarod veteran Stan Smith, who is giving love, food and temporary shelter to May.

"She traveled several times from Rohn to Nikolai, all the way up the Dalzell Gorge, up the Alaska Range to the other side, through Rainy Pass, ...

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