Dieter Fleig

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Dieter Fleig (born January 4, 1932 , † April 14, 2001 ) was a German non-fiction author and cynologist .

The graduate economist worked at Gerolsteiner Brunnen . In his spare time he bred bull terriers and bull mastiffs with his wife Helga . In 1980 the two founded the Kynos Verlag (from 1992 Kynos Verlag Dr. Dieter Fleig GmbH ), in which Dieter Fleig published non-fiction books on the subject of dogs and dog breeding, which are now standard literature.

In 1998 Dieter and Helga Fleig founded the Kynos Foundation Dogs Help People with the purpose of supporting disabled people by providing a trained assistance dog .

His wife and co-founder of the publishing house and foundation, Helga Fleig, died at the age of almost 80 on December 18, 2006.

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  1. grave of Dr. Dieter Fleig in:; Retrieved December 20, 2015
  2. a b c Sabine Geest: Kynos - a competent publishing house with heart and soul (PDF; 273 kB) In: City Dog . Suzanne Eichel. 2010. Retrieved January 29, 2014.
  3. ^ Commercial register of AG Wittlich , HRB 11882
  4. Kynos Verlag, about us (open PDF)