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  1. #31
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    Apr 2011
    Kinston, NC


    Where in Eastern NC are you located?

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  3. #32
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    Nov 2012
    Havelock, NC


    New Bern/Havelock

  4. #33
    Senior Member suepuff's Avatar
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    Aug 2008
    South Central Virginia



    Richard does day training too, if you want to do it yourself. I don't know what the day fees are. He has client day on Saturdays at the kennel. They are well attended and you learn a lot. His Dad passed away Sunday, so this week might not be good, but give him a call if you want to do more yourself and train with him.

    Sue Puff
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    Wirtz, VA

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  5. #34
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    Sep 2003
    New York


    Try John Weller wellers kennels! John is a very hard worker as well as his two assistants. I have had the pleasure of using his tech Pond. It is hard to find a concept that you can't teach there.
    Warren Price
    Quote Originally Posted by ENChunter View Post
    New Bern/Havelock
    w. price

  6. #35
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    Sep 2012
    Greensboro, NC


    Richard Reese, Dave Wilson, Drew Newbauer, Chris Locklear, Chris Adams or the other names mentioned...can't go wrong with any of these men. I have sent my dogs to train with Richard Reese and have been amazed at what he can get my girls to do, they love him and their tails are wagging constantly. Both of my dogs come from "show" stock and handle "pressure" a little different, Richard can read them and I've been very pleased. Also, his kennel is CLEAN and he expects you to come down on weekends and let him train you to run your dog. We've got some great trainers here in NC.
    My Girls...
    Duckback's Lord Have Mercy, MH 8/07
    Duckback Armbrook's Indigo Pearl, SH 10/10

  7. #36


    I spoke with Jim Elam, Terry Price and Chris Adams. From talking to them they all are good and have heard alot of good things about them! Best of luck on picking one

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