Okla. veterinarian seeks sled dogs' secrets

03/20/2012 | Tulsa World (Okla.)

Oklahoma State University veterinary professor Michael Davis spends time at both his home campus and three labs in Alaska as part of an ongoing study aimed at discovering how Iditarod sled dogs are able to work hard for long stretches without much rest. Dr. Davis' work has been funded by the Defense Department, which hopes his findings may help improve the resilience of military personnel.

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