Jeffery Scott Fraser is a former chief executive officer at NIC Inc., where he served for nearly two decades. A graduate of the Phd program at Capella University, Jeffery S. Fraser currently operates the Tsaina Lodge in Alaska and invests in the job matching firm Job Pose. Outside of his work, Mr. Fraser enjoys outdoor sporting activities such as fishing and field dog challenges.
Field dog challenges are competitive events designed to help fields dogs stay fit and hone their field performance. Dogs that participate in field challenges are known as bird dogs or gun dogs, and include breeds such as the Brittany, the Boykin Spaniel, and the Chesapeake Bay Retriever.
The Chesapeake Bay Retriever is a large dog breed with a thick coat that is known for its toughness and versatility. The breed, which can reach a height of 26 inches and weigh up to 80 pounds, is typically dark brown or light brown in color. The retriever is capable of retrieving game birds of substantial size due to its large jaws. Although it is a happy and loyal dog breed, the Chesapeake Bay Retriever can display alpha dog traits without proper obedience training.