Professional handler James Moses

Lemieux, Sue
January 2007
Dog World;Jan2007, Vol. 92 Issue 1, p18
The article features James A. Moses, a professional dog handler. In the world of dog shows, Moses is regarded as one of the best-known professional handlers. When it comes to breeding his own Kaleef Sheperds, Moses tries to combine breed type with soundness, good character, longevity and willingness to work.


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