Westminster, CO February 27, 2014 Colorado Veterinarian George Stroberg Works With the Dogs at the Iditarod Race for the 12th Straight Year in a Row

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When looking for the most exciting, nail biting, engaging show on Earth, tune in to watch the play-by-play action of what's been called, "the last great race on Earth." Watch through Facebook as it's updated with the racing of the Iditarod race, held in Alaska, beginning March 1st.

For the 12th straight year in a row, Dr. George Stroberg, local Colorado Veterinarian heads for the Iditarod to help oversee the health of many of the 70 teams as groups of 12 to 16 dogs plus their mushers cover over 1,150 miles of frozen tundra in 8 to 14 days. A Colorado native and lover of all animals, Dr. Stroberg has been volunteering his time every year to take care of the dogs in the Iditarod race. His passion for sports, the outdoors and caring for these amazing creatures takes him to checkpoints throughout Alaska that are both barren and breathtaking.

Dr.Stroberg has been giving presentations about his Iditarod trips ever since he started going to the Iditarod, and has been sharing his tales of these sub-zero trips to groups ranging from elementary schools and Rotary Clubs to private BBQ's. Following daily updates from Dr. Stroberg on his Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/georgeatiditarod is a great way to get a feel of the action.

Dr.Stroberg operates the largest veterinary facility in Colorado out of a 30,000 square foot state-of-the-art building in Westminster called Animal Central.

Besides wellness checkups and vaccinations, they offer Doggy Daycare, Puppy Socialization, Boarding/Lodging, and Behavioral Training with Sit-Means-Sit.

Attention to dental is very important to Dr. Stroberg so come in for your free first visit today.

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