Paul Brooker, Interim President of Fr...

Paul Brooker, Interim President of Franklin Co Humane Society

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Since: Aug 09

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#1 Aug 23, 2010
I haven't been around this man often, but each time he has struck me as arrogant and he knows the correct way things should be done.

Anybody had an experiences with him? Or his old business Brooker Haus or newer business Animal Solutions?

Someone said they thought he lived in Anderson Co. but how can that be if he on the board of the Franklin Co Humane Society.
a new friend of his

Frankfort, KY

#2 Aug 23, 2010
he seems educated and friendly to me, and i think he is on the right track for the vison of the humane society.
know his son

Waddy, KY

#3 Aug 24, 2010
good man,no doubt about it, I believe he used to train german shephards for the KSP way back when
Christian

Frankfort, KY

#4 Dec 14, 2010
LionsTigersBears wrote:
I haven't been around this man often, but each time he has struck me as arrogant and he knows the correct way things should be done.
Anybody had an experiences with him? Or his old business Brooker Haus or newer business Animal Solutions?
Someone said they thought he lived in Anderson Co. but how can that be if he on the board of the Franklin Co Humane Society.
know his son wrote:
good man,no doubt about it, I believe he used to train german shephards for the KSP way back when
He founded the K9 Unit for the KSP and trained, and hired all the troopers on dog handling. As well as worked with US Customs training their drug dogs. He has been to Germany and is a Certified Dog Handler. He has been working with Dogs for over 40 years. Brooker Haus Kennels was sold due to my father focusing on the increasing needs of KSP and the thriving business. After losing his dog Azuro due to natural causes. He opened and shut the new kennel after having a hard time dealing with losing his best friend (Azuro). He is a retired Kentucky State Trooper and is dedicated to Frankfort, believe me I have tried to get him to move when I was growing up. As a 37 year old I understand why he wanted to stay. My father and mother live in Frankfort as well as my brother and myself. So before you make statements about my father check your facts. I just cant believe I wasted 10 minutes responding to this post. BTW if you want to use a code name then that truely shows your spine. I used my real name.
Christian

Frankfort, KY

#5 Dec 14, 2010
My comment was geared towards Lions Tigers and Bears. I appreciate the other two posts about my dad. Thanks

Since: Aug 09

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#6 Dec 16, 2010
Christian wrote:
My comment was geared towards Lions Tigers and Bears. I appreciate the other two posts about my dad. Thanks
My original post was made in August. Months later, I will say that Mr. Brooker is a very helpful, knowledgable man. He is definitely one of the better members of the humane society board.
Christian

Frankfort, KY

#7 Dec 17, 2010
Thanks for your kind words about my father. He does all he can for all he meets. I can say his appointment isn't something he wanted, but something he felt was needed.

Have a Merry Christmas,
Christian

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