WHAT IS MI DOG?
MI DOG is home to some of the world's greatest athletes; long-distance sled dogs.
Visit long-distance musher Laura Neese and her team of sled dogs at MI DOG summer sled dog center located north of Newberry, Michigan and just 10 miles south of Tahquamenon Falls State Park. Laura has been blessed to share tens of thousands of miles and many adventures with her canine companions over the past nine years. They have summited and descended mountains, traveled in 60 below zero temperatures, run across the frozen Bering Sea, crossed the frozen 31 mile long Lake Laberge, and traveled all over North America together. It has been and continues to be an incredible ride and she and the dogs are excited to share their lifestyle and stories with you at MI DOG!
Whether you are already a sled dog fan or are hearing about them for the first time, this is an experience that you do not want to miss!
We are now closed for the 2023 season. Thank you all for a wonderful summer and we will see you next year!
Hold and get your picture taken with the adorable future canine athletes!
MEET THE RACE TEAM
Each tour includes a presentation by the human and canine members of the race team. See how a world class sled dog athlete gets to spend their off season, hear stories from the trail, and meet the team!
HAVE A PICNIC
Pack a lunch and arrive early to enjoy a picnic while you watch the puppies play nearby.
MI HAPPY DOGS
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can I bring my own pets?
Your pets are welcome on the property, but are required to stay in the shaded parking lot so the MI DOG pack can do their thing without distractions.
How long can I stay at MI Dog?
The time slots for each tour are an hour and a half long. Be ready for lots of puppy cuddles and dog kisses!
What else is there to do nearby?
The beautiful Tahquamenon Falls, Whitefish Point on Lake Superior, and Oswald's Bear Ranch are all within 35 miles of MI DOG!
What should I wear?
It's a good idea to wear something that you don't mind getting a little dirty. You will have opportunities to cuddle puppies and meet some of the race team, and sled dogs are not shy about giving hugs and lots of love!