Kerrin Winter-Churchill: An advocate for Purebred Dogs and their Breeders

Kerrin Winter-Churchill: An advocate for Purebred Dogs and their Breeders


By: Kerrin Winter-Churchill  Date: 04/7/2006

Kerrin Winter-Churchill

Kerrin Winter-Churchill is a second generation dog breeder. By profession, she is a writer with a deep passion for history and a photographer with a specialty in purebred dogs and horses. Along with her husband Dale, she lives in the woods of Northern Ohio with five dogs and six ponies. When Kerrin and Dale close their office doors, they enjoy carriage driving, dog training, hiking, fishing and boating. Kerrin Winter-Churchill is the former President of the Purebred Alliance of Writers and has been a regular contributor to the premier all-breed magazine, Dogs in Review and the American Kennel Club's AKC Gazette, throughout her career.

Kerrin’s admiration and support for purebred dog enthusiasts is introduced in Never Underestimate the Power of One, which will serve as the gateway to many of her articles about the background of our modern breeds and the people who loved them enough to develop and preserve them for today’s fanciers.

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Member/Volunteer/Partner/Article Writer of the National Animal Interest Alliance.

For more information, visit her page at naiaonline.org!




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