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In Film on 12/18/2010 at 12:09 pm

View: Canine Instinct Trailer


He’s not afraid to jump into the middle of a dog fight to bring order from chaos.  He runs through brambles, streams, and over rock-faces training his dogs in Search & Rescue techniques, because as Kyle Warren himself will tell you:  “If I can teach my dogs something that can save lives, I can’t think of a better way to spend my time.” 
Join Kyle as he takes you into his world of dogs and discover why some people call him the Dog Man of Ulster County, NY, in this home-spun portrait of an American original.

Written, filmed, edited & directed by Nicholas Goodman

the dog world ying & yang

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Kyle in Field & Stream


The Survival Issue, Feb. 2009

This is Kyle in full Search & Rescue (SAR) gear, posing with his two working-line German Shepherds Maya and Quax.  Maya is a certified trailing dog by the NY State Federation of Search & Rescue and Quax is certified for live find and cadaver area search by NYSAR.  (click on the image for a detailed look)


Hunting Retriever Club (HRC)

c/o Jim Reichman, Pres.
PO Box 210
Alexandria, LA 71309 USA

Phone:(318) 446-0075
Fax: (318) 442-6883
E-Mail: adminsecretary@h-r-c.org
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Primary Contact: Jim Reichman, Pres.

Founded: 1984. Members: 8500. Membership Dues: single, in U.S., $25 annual; single, outside U.S., $30 annual; family, in U.S., $30 annual; family, outside U.S., $35 annual. Staff: 38. National Groups: 110. Description: Duck and bird hunters and upland game hunters interested in retrievers. Works to train and test hunting retrievers; to maintain the inherent working qualities of hunting dogs in their natural environment; and to use humane, thoughtful, and proven dog training techniques. Offers children’s services and educational programs. Affiliated With: United Kennel Club.

Awards: Grand Hunting Retriever Champion. Type: recognition. • Hunting Retriever Champion. Type: recognition. Recipient: for dogs that have passed the testing program, training sessions, clinics, hunting tests, and national hunts.

Publications: Hunting Retriever Magazine, bimonthly. Price: included in membership dues; $25.00 for nonmembers in U.S.; $30.00 for nonmembers outside U.S. ISSN: 8750-6629. Circulation: 5,500. Advertising: accepted.

Conventions/Meetings: annual meeting – always June.

SIC: 8699 – Membership Organizations Nec; 0752 – Animal Specialty Services
Subject Descriptor(s): Dog
Subject Category: Hobby and Avocational Organizations