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Ing. Jana Hanusová, PhD.
Identification number: 1357
University e-mail: jana.hanusova [at] uniag.sk
 
lecturer CSc.PhD. - Department of Small Animal Science (FAaFR)

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Basic information about a final thesis

Type of thesis: Diploma thesis
Thesis title:History and characteristic of sled dog racing, sled dog breeds and evaluation of their sport performance
Written by (author): Ing. Lucia Čerňanská
Department: Department of Small Animal Science (FAaFR)
Thesis supervisor: Ing. Jana Hanusová, PhD.
Opponent:doc. MVDr. Jana Kottferová, PhD.
Final thesis progress:Final thesis was successfully defended.


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Language of final thesis:Slovak

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Title of the thesis:History and characteristic of sled dog racing, sled dog breeds and evaluation of their sport performance
Summary:The chief theme of this thesis is sled dog racing, the dogs bred for this purpose and their sporting performance. In the theoretical part we describe the breeds of northern sled dogs, which are most often used for sled dog racing. To this category belong: Siberian Husky, Samoyed, Alaskan Malamute, and Greenland Dog, which are ranked among recognized breeds by FCI; European Sled dog and Alaskan Husky, which have not been recognized by FCI yet. We characterize the most famous winter dog sports, i.e. Skijoring, Pulka, Weight pulling and Speed dog sledding. In the practical part we compare the results of dog racing of the above mentioned sled dogs. We highlight the achievements of European Sled dog and Alaskan Husky compared to the achievements of purebred sled dogs, because they are unrivalled in speed. Siberian Husky reaches the speed of 24-26 kilometers per hour on an 18-kilometer-long track. Alaskan Husky gains the speed of 28,5 kilometres per hour on the same track and Musher, which comprises European Sled dogs in its sled, reaches the speed of 33 kilometres per hour. European Sled dogs often reach the speed of 55 kilometres per hour which is, compared to Siberian Husky, more than twice as much as his speed achievement. That is why they nowadays belong to the fastest and best employed dogs in speed dog sledding.
Key words:sled dog racing, the breeds of northern sled dogs, recognized breeds, unrecognized breeds, speed, winter dog sports, the results of dog racing

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