David Hoyle, newly elected Chairman of NC Wildlife Resources Commission, said on 8/28/19 he will hold numerous meetings across NC about dog hunting. We must be involved in his fact-finding efforts. In early 2019, a NC Senator filed a bill interfering with dog hunting in Granville County. Apparently, two other legislators wanted to add their counties. NC House Wildlife Committee Chairman Jay Adams interceded. He asked WRC to study the issue and report back. Leadership agreed with Rep. Adams' …
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I hear it in his voice. He is looking at the bloody remains of his dog. Non-hunters do not understand the trauma involved. Often, the dog is a companion, a friend, a treasure. What does the dog owner do when his dog is shot? Summary of do's and don'ts: Take photographs from the first moment of trouble. Keep the photos; do not delete.Record the voice of the perpetrator if possible.Call the local Sheriff's Department and ask for help at the location of the dog killing.Do not trespass. …
Calling all dog hunters in North Carolina! The NC General Assembly convenes on Wednesday, January 30, 2019. Join Joe & Henri McClees at the Legislative Building, 16 West Jones Street, Raleigh. Visit your local legislators and meet the newly elected Senators and Representatives. Email us for more details. Thanks, Joe & Henri McClees, Lobbyists for the NC Sporting Dog Association, Inc. …