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If the breeder really wanted too I'm sure she could show the dog in bred by class.
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You or the breeder does not have to show him in big shows. You can hire a handler, if you want!


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Or you can handle him yourself!! It's really easy, go to a couple shows and watch the pro's, take note of the judges hand gestures and how the handlers react to them, how they move the dogs. It's fun, very competitive and worth every min!!!
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I would not agree that handling dogs is very easy. Grooming, ring procedure and making your dog look their best in the ring are not skills that people just have. It takes a lot of time to learn. I'm on my third show dog and still feel very much like a novice in the ring with handlers and more experienced exhibitors.

I would go to handling classes when he is older before stepping into a ring at an AKC show. Matches are also the way to learn without the pressure of an actual show. Certainly judges have limited expectations for puppies, but all judges are not nice to novice handlers. You are expected to understand ring procedure and it's really not fun when a judge is irritated with you - I know this from experience. I have found it's more fun the less nervous I am, and the way to be more confident is to know what to expect. It's much more fun for your puppy when you are having fun too. That's why handling classes and matches are great for new exhibitors

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Thank you all for your input.. I'll have to look into these matches and handling classes for sure. I'll keep you all updated on my progress for sure :-)


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very cute puppy!! Have lots of fun with him!
I agree with Michelle, handling your own dogs is not easy. But in all fairness, Jen is in Canada, and CKC is very different from AKC.
I would suggest entering Keisel in some UKC shows for practice. It's very relaxed, lots of fun, and great experience. Sometimes they offer puppy classes, too. Check their upcoming events on their website, www.ukcdogs.com I believe.



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Keisel is sooo adorable!! You wrote in one of your responses: "Great front, Y back, good tail set, has pearls, great angles and great bone in him." What are pearls and what is a Y back? I've been learning about puppy conformation, but I've never heard those terms. If you don't know...can someone else fill me in?

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I think "pearls" may mean he has a complete set of boy parts. I assumed Y was a typo, but perhaps is a term I've never heard too.

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I think "pearls" may mean he has a complete set of boy parts. I assumed Y was a typo, but perhaps is a term I've never heard too.

OHHHHHH LOL....if that is what it means....his little boy parts...that is funny! I've also heard of tiny bead-like balls in the corners of a puppy's eyes at 8 weeks....something about if they are there the head will widen or something?? Thought maybe it was that.

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Pearls are the tiny bead like balls in their eyes and the Y back end wasn't a typo, it's what they said when looking at him from the back. Others had a U back end which wasn't good, Y is preferred for showing from my understanding.


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