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‘Dog whisperer’ catches eye of veteran sports photographer

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Dog walker James Nepia with his pack of 19 dogs at Tawatawa Reserve. PHOTO: Peter Bush

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the test rugby field but it was is usually the case. and as a Dog Walker in Lona pack of a different variety “None of them ever went don. that Peter Bush snapped up past his waist. He’s like a dog With that he has an underby chance on Monday. whisperer.” standing of dog behaviour and The well-renowned sports James, of Lower Hutt, is what is required in order to Required in photographer was Deliverers compelled co-founder and head handler safely handle up to 20 during to get a shot of a professional of dog-walking business Kuri pack walks and interaction. Area 1: dog-walker out Momona, and about with Mohaka, Companion.Kawatiri - Kaponga. He says he takes a different a pack of pooches at Tawatawa In a further coincidence to pack of dogs every day, five Reserve, south of Kingston. Peter’s r ugby connection, days a week, covering up to What really fascinated the James is also the great grand- five kilometres. His walks can are available at our recruitment Applications View the Wainuiomata News officeon or at the security gate based in the CNZM recipient, who lives nephew of All Blacks legend go for two hours depending Mudra Dancer Leeshma Srirankanathan. Gerry Keating onlinePHOTO: www.wsn.co.nz Ngauranga George in Wellington. in Island Bay, was theaccounts@wsn.co.nz fact the George Nepia. the time of day. Contact Barry 472 7987 or 021 276 6654.

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