Meet the New Trainers of Wildrose: Will Zizmann & Adam Hyland

Adam Hyland

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Adam Hyland

Originally from Oxford, Mississippi, Adam is a graduate of the University of Mississippi with a degree in Recreation Administration and minor in Business Administration. Adam began training dogs at the age of 12 when he got his first Labrador Retriever and reached out to Bobby Stewart of Stewart Kennels for guidance. Adam later began running in UKC hunt tests during his early years of college and began training a few dogs for the public upon request. “Training theses amazing animals has always been a passion since I first slipped a lead on my first dog,” Adam says. Adam has been working as an equine therapist for the past two and a half years while continuing his love of training dogs in his spare time. The opportunity to work for Wildrose Texas as a trainer was too good to pass up due to Adam’s passion for training dogs, as well as, his love of waterfowl and upland hunting.

 

Will Zizmann

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Will Zizmann – photo by Taylor Square Photography

Will Zizmann was born and raised in Hernando, Mississippi and moved to Oxford in 2016 to pursue his degree at Ole Miss. He started working at Wildrose in February of 2016 as a kennelman and worked his way up to a training position. Will has always had a passion for the outdoors and when he found Wildrose, he stated, “I learned Wildrose dogs are true complements to the outdoor lifestyle.” Will enjoys duck hunting and bass fishing. He graduated from Ole Miss in 2019 with degrees in Real Estate and Managerial Finance and a minor in Entrepreneurship. Will is a trainer at Wildrose Mississippi.

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