As a kid, Ed wanted a cat. He got a dog. He now has more than thirty of them, and he makes them pull sleds.
Ed was a teenager when he got his first dog. He buys a harness and teaches the dog to pull.
After some time spent in the city, Ed came back to his village and work for a company offering dogsledding tours to tourists from Toronto. A few years later, he has his own business, Sugardogs, with dogsledding tours, skijoring initiations (on skis and pulled by dogs) and dog coaching.
Ed lives with his mother and hires volunteer workers from around the world. Joey the German and Chantal the Quebecoise are helping him for some months this winter.