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TAKE 5 for Kids

Kids demonstrate what they learned from TAKE 5 throughout the morning.

Mitchell Veterinarian shares stories from the Iditarod

A veterinarian who works in Mitchell, Jason Heezen, worked at the Iditarod race in Alaska after waiting to be apart of the event for 15 years. The Iditarod occurs in March annually, spanning 1,000 miles of the Alaskan wilderness, starting in Anchorage and finishing in Nome. To keep the roughly 780 dogs involved in tip-top condition, over 40 veterinarians are at the 15-day event, monitoring the health of the dogs at checkpoints every 20 to 100 miles.

Mitchell Veterinarian shares stories from the Iditarod

A veterinarian who works in Mitchell, Jason Heezen, worked at the Iditarod race in Alaska after waiting to be apart of the event for 15 years. The Iditarod occurs in March annually, spanning 1,000 miles of the Alaskan wilderness, starting in Anchorage and finishing in Nome. To keep the roughly 780 dogs involved in tip-top condition, over 40 veterinarians are at the 15-day event, monitoring the health of the dogs at checkpoints every 20 to 100 miles.

Mitchell Veterinarian shares stories from the Iditarod

A veterinarian who works in Mitchell, Jason Heezen, worked at the Iditarod race in Alaska after waiting to be apart of the event for 15 years. The Iditarod occurs in March annually, spanning 1,000 miles of the Alaskan wilderness, starting in Anchorage and finishing in Nome. To keep the roughly 780 dogs involved in tip-top condition, over 40 veterinarians are at the 15-day event, monitoring the health of the dogs at checkpoints every 20 to 100 miles.

Mitchell Veterinarian shares stories from the Iditarod

A veterinarian who works in Mitchell, Jason Heezen, worked at the Iditarod race in Alaska after waiting to be apart of the event for 15 years. The Iditarod occurs in March annually, spanning 1,000 miles of the Alaskan wilderness, starting in Anchorage and finishing in Nome. To keep the roughly 780 dogs involved in tip-top condition, over 40 veterinarians are at the 15-day event, monitoring the health of the dogs at checkpoints every 20 to 100 miles.

 

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