Don Smith
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Johnstown, OH, USA
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Retired Attorney; Professional retriever trainer

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Don Smith

Elite Refuge Member, Male, 71, from Johnstown, OH, USA

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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Aug 17, 1948 (Age: 71)
    Home Page:
    http://www.meglynretrievers.com
    Location:
    Johnstown, OH, USA
    Occupation:
    Retired Attorney; Professional retriever trainer
    Favorite Duck Call:
    Rich 'n Tone acrylic
    Favorite Goose Call:
    Steve Johnson (custom)
    Favorite Shotgun:
    Benelli SBE (for waterfowl and turkey hunting); Beretta O/U's in 12, 20 and 28 ga. for just about anything else - (upland and doves)
    Been waterfowl hunting since 1964. First duck was a banded drake mallard. Past state chairman (OH) for Ducks Unlimited. Retired Federal attorney, concentrating in the areas of personnel law, discrimination, labor law, ethics and a few others. Professional retriever/pointing dog trainer since 2003.

    hunting, dog training, conservation issues, waterfowl study, shooting, taxidermy, art, fishing, history, & an otherwise completely eclectic collection of subjects

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    Don Smith
    Meglyn Retrievers, retriever training for hunting and hunting tests since 1987, pointing dog training since 1971.
    https://www.gundogbreeders.com/hunting-dog-training/meglyn-retrievers.html

    In loving memory of Daisy, HRCH Meglyn's Maramaxx Daisycutter MH30; Abe, HRCH Meglyn's Honest Abe MH; Little Guy, Meglyn's Lionheart MH; Lucy, Meglyn's Prime Time to Leave Me Lucille SH; Chevy, HR Meglyn's Silverado Slim SH; and Belle, HR Meglyn's Blue Ridge Belle MH.

    (proud to be the great grandson of John J. Ables, Company B (Walker's Grays), 5th Arkansas Infantry Regiment, CSA , from Colt, St. Francis County, Arkansas).


    In the end, what is important is not how many breaths you have taken in your life, but how many breathless moments you've had.
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