My name is Angelique Verhaegen.

I've had huskies for almost 25 years now and I've been doing sled dog sports for 20 years, the first few years with a group of dogs from all different owners, but soon we wanted to stand on our own two feet and set up our own team.

I bred 3 litters from which we kept a total of 4 dogs.

At the moment our pack is thinning out TOO fast and our dogs are what they call seniors that we keep fit by training with them for as long as they want/can.

In addition to the hussies, we also have a hound and a shepherd.

Whether this was our last team or whether we are making a new start? the future will tell for now we enjoy the slightly quieter life in terms of sport and of course the old ones that we hope we can have with us for a long time 😉


The treasurer is subject to the general meeting. Under the treasurer is the cash control committee.

Responsible for the monitoring and progress of the financial affairs within the Foundation

The treasurer translates the policy into money. In the profile of the treasurer, pleasure in dealing with numbers and feeling connected with the organization is paramount.



  • Prepares and monitors the annual budget;


The budget is a summary of all costs that are expected in the coming year. Fixed costs, costs of basic activities and costs of special activities are included in the budget.


  • Monitors incoming and outgoing cash flows;


In order to monitor the incoming and outgoing cash flows, the budget must be realistic and the costs must be analyzed regularly.

  • Prepares the annual financial report;

  • Translates policy and activities into money and into information about possibilities and impossibilities;

  • Takes care of expenses and volunteer allowances;

  • Arranges insurance, tax and legal affairs;

  • Convenes the cash audit committee.



Angelique Verhaegen