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Tag Archives: Kayla Bertagnolli

Throwing conformation aside, most dog fanciers would agree there’s a big difference between pets and show dogs. But I like to think there’s something that meets in the middle. I’m talking about our dogs that may have once shown, but have retired...
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The title says it all, but it’s not saying much of what we don’t already know right? The good thing is that hard work never killed anyone, at least according to actor Edgar Bergen. Recently I saw the poem “Hard Work” by...
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Today I bring you a very special young woman, who proves that when you set your mind to achieve what you want, it can be done. Miss Anna Pearson of Snohomish, (say that five times fast) Wash., has been involved in the...
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Today I have a few things that have been weighing heavily on my brain, and what better outlet than here to share them? By the way, you could do the same by blogging out what makes you think. It’s all sorts of...
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This past week I essentially dedicated DFR to acknowledging the future of our sport – the junior handler – here and here. Today I’d like to take the time to recognize those juniors involved in the performance side of things. It seems as...
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