America's most typical dog is coming back

February 1987
Yankee;Feb87, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p76
A chronicle of the Chinook breed, from its origin in the White Mountains, to its climb to success as sled dog for Admiral Byrd's Antarctica expedition. Now a resurgence of popularity exists for the breed that numbered less that 40 in 1981. INSET: Changing look of the Chinook.;America's Most Typical Boy & Dog....


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