Meet the Staff of Dogsled NH

briannaBrianna –┬áKennel Manager

Hoping to one day open her own dog rescue, Brianna joined the Muddy Paw team. She is equally comfortable snuggling with one of her many favorite dogs or wrangling Malamutes that are bigger than she is. If she were a dog, she would be a Pit Bull because they are smart, loyal and loving.



EliotEliot – Musher






EliseElise – Musher






emmaEmma – Office Manager

AKA “the girl I spoke to earlier” is prepared to answer all your dog sledding and rafting questions! When Emma isn’t answering the phone she is often playing with her one-eyed Australian Cattle Dog Kirby or two-eyed Australian Cattle Dog Roxy. If she was a dog, she would be an Australian Cattle Dog of course. Why? Because they are extremely smart, loyal to a fault, stubborn and refuse to give up until they get what they want.



Jaime – Reservationist

When she isn’t preoccupied by her psychology studies, Jaime can be found tending to her pet sea monkeys or reading Tarot cards for the sled dogs at the kennel. It has been said that Jaime knew she was going to work for Muddy Paw 2 weeks before her first interview! If she were a dog, she would be a Newfoundland because of their calm disposition and gentle nature. Plus they have awesome hair!


neilNeil – Founder, Musher & Raft Guide

A born and raised “Mainer”, Neil has over 22 years of guiding experience. When he isn’t on the river or snow packed trails behind a team of sled dogs, he is in the classroom sharing his knowledge of science with students. If he were a dog, he would be a Malamute. He may look big and scary but really he is just a gentle giant.


wesWes – Musher & Raft Guide

When he isn’t perfecting his audition tape for “So You Think You Can Dance” he is watching dancing with the stars (or on the trail with our pawsome sled dogs). Wesley also spends his free time writing haiku poems for the 10 cats that live with him. If he was a dog he would be a Great Dane since he is so tall and goofy.


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