Katharine Dokken is a nationally known author and speaker specializing in individual liberty, private property rights, and animal rights terrorism. Katharine is the author of six books, three currently in print and available via Amazon.
As a hobby, she bred and showed standard poodles in the show ring (AKC/UKC) and raised service dogs and therapy dogs to assist the handicapped. She had dogs ranked in UKC's Top Ten rankings for 4 years in a row with multiple Best of Breed and group wins.
At left is UKC Grand Champion Let's Parti Pierre, CHIC, the #4 ranked Multi-colored Standard Poodle for UKC in 2007. The ad shown appeared in the May 2008 edition of UKC's Bloodlines magazine.
Additionally Katharine founded, The Parti Times, a newsletter devoted to multi-colored poodles and published a total of 59 issues. She is the world's breed expert on multi-colored poodles.
She is available for radio interviews, in person appearances, or articles on your case. She is available as an expert witness to consult on your case with your attorney.
Note: Minimum of 3 weeks advanced notice for in-person speaking engagements. Consulting fees may apply,
UKC Grand Champion WPs Dont Drink The Milk of DGL, CGC, CHIC. Roo-Roo is pictured on a rainy day just days before she was stolen.
UKC Grand Champion WP's Love Reign O'er Me. Trixie was ranked in UKC's Top Ten in 2008.
UKC Grand Champion WP's Take A Chance On Me. Leo was ranked #3 in UKC's Top Ten for 2006.
UKC Grand Champion Let's Parti Pierre, CHIC being shown at Bel Air, Maryland.
UKC Champion Amandi's Fire And Ice. Blaze won a reserve Best in Show under renowned poodle breeder and Judge J. Ray Johnson at Bel Air, Maryland.
UKC Champion WP's Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart showing at Bel Air, Maryland in 2004.
Katharine Dokken is represented by The Cavalry Group. The Cavalry Group is a private organization that focuses on animal law and protecting the Constitutional rights of animal owners.
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