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24289
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Spencer Stolpen, an ex NBA executive, now trains, boards, and sells guard dogs for use by police forces. This article discusses how he initially became involved with the guard dog business.
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24823
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Club Canine is a runner-up in the 2015 BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA Small Business of the Year competition. Traci Whiteside opened the Caldwell County business in 2006 because she wanted to offer better care for dogs whose owners were on vacation. Club Canine provides day care and training for dogs and employs thirteen.
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Part of a continuing series that spotlights Carolinians who have been important to wildlife and the state's sporting scene, this article features Paul Long, one of North Carolina's finest bird dog trainers.
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Research shows that pets provide people with health benefits, such as stress relief and decreased risk for heart disease. Through the New Leash on Life program, inmates at the Pamlico Correctional Institution in Bayboro, North Carolina are assigned as dog trainers and tasked with rehabilitating shelter dogs. The dogs have a calming effect on inmates and help improve mental health.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 49 Issue 2, Feb 2017, p14-16, il, por Periodical Website
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29831
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This article highlights two animal trainers in Asheville, North Carolina. Kathryn Gubista, founder of Lucky Dog Training Asheville, provides a variety of dog training services, including private sessions, group sessions and residency board and train. Working on training from the equine perspective, Emily Shields teaches both horses and people who to understand one another.
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Dogs handlers were traditionally men in middle and late adulthood, noted the author. Since the 1980s, though, he’d observed women increasingly becoming part of the sport’s ranks. Profiles of four women and description of wild bird hunting proved dog handling and its associated activities were indiscriminate regarding sex and gender.
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38198
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The results for the North Carolina Field Trials for beagles and foxhunters are recorded with their place, field, and division.