Because actually using dogs as toboggans will have PETA all up in your biz, head Ely-way for a less controversial, almost as fun kind of dog sledding with White Wolf Dog Trips. Geared towards those without any sled experience (aka "huge losers", right?!), White's run by an Ely native who's been mushing Alaskan huskies since '71, has guided and raced in Alaska and Canada, and is just this year introducing ice fishing into his trips, presumably so "mush" is just something you yell at the dogs, and not eat. Browse trips like:
Fisherman's Journey: If you've not much time to spare, hit up this new one-day jaunt, during which a sled team'll pull you to a secluded lake where you'll ice-angle for Northern and lake trout while the guide "prepares a hot lunch around a fire", presumably until it burns another hole through the surface, and then...more ice fishing!
Lodge-Based Dog Sledding: Are you one of those people who fears having to survive by gutting a rotting caribou to sleep in? Then this package is for you, as it bookends three consecutive days of mushing with a warm, comfy, guts-free bed in an Ely lodge where you'll be served a square meal, and be able to do some snowshoe trekking on the side.
Winter Camping Trek (the final frontier!...offered by this particular organization): This three-day, four-night jaunt's got fishing and cross country skiing, but will start with a home base instructional where you'll learn about the gear and dogs, who you'll then pilot to your first campsite where home-cooked meals'll be served by a roaring fire -- just stay away from the flames, lest, like your last toboggan, things get a little hairy.