kennelman

kennelman

(ˈkɛnəlˌmæn)
n, pl -men
a man who works in a kennels
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References in classic literature ?
"O-hoy!" came at that moment, that inimitable huntsman's call which unites the deepest bass with the shrillest tenor, and round the corner came Daniel the head huntsman and head kennelman, a gray, wrinkled old man with hair cut straight over his forehead, Ukrainian fashion, a long bent whip in his hand, and that look of independence and scorn of everything that is only seen in huntsmen.
The revelations were made by Country Life magazine, during an interview with the Queen's kennelman at Sandringham, Alan Goodship, 54 and Bill Meldrum, the Queen's retired gun dog trainer and former head keeper.
Henlow GM Robert Morton (right) presents the trophy to trainer Charlie Lister, while chairman Bob Morton (third left) does the same to owner Becki Taylor after Taylors Sky's brilliant win, as kennelman Ian Sutherland looks after the winner
The Haydon Bridge-bred former gamekeeper and kennelman set up his company, Waterfalls UK Ltd, and acquired the land in 2006.
Mr Leslie Garside, huntsman for the previous nine years had resigned and David Smith was to combine the duties of kennelman and huntsman.
As shown in this picture from the Chronicle archives dating back to October 1974, Charlie and kennelman Frank Tinkler preferred to use pedal power when taking the hounds on their 18-mile walk.
Delaney, who is of head kennelman at Cradley Heath greyhound stadium, and his wife Janet, spent pounds 600 modernising their new detached home.
Today he is a kennelman and whip for the Hurworth Hunt at West Rounton near Northallerton.
Despite efforts of Rudling's villainous kennelman Eddie Hynes (Steve Pemberton) to make Lassie stay with them, she repeatedly escapes and goes back to Joe.
This, the 11th Lassie film, returns to the original novel and pre World War II setting for a wonderfully old-fashioned family tale that follows the dog's adventures as, reluctantly sold by her Yorkshire mining family (Samantha Morton, John Lynch) to the Duke of Rudling (Peter O'Toole) as a gift for niece Cilla (Hester Odgers), Lassie (an exceptional canine performer) escapes from his remote Scottish estate (where kennelman Steve Pemberton's treating her cruelly) and sets off to cover the 500 miles back home to pining young master Joe (Jonathon Mason).
The dogs had been left unattended after Kennelman Peter Hunkin went on a hunt in Scotland with other dogs.