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Old 01-24-2013, 07:05 PM
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Ah, I didn't think of the bumps by the eyes. I thought it was a nice way to say he has all the boy parts though! haha For the Y back are you talking about his rear when viewed from behind?
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:09 PM
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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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I've heard of a an upside down "U" and "V" describing the rear view between the legs/under tail....the space created looking like an upside down U or V, but I thought "U" was better for conformation. ?? Maybe it is something totally different. I am super curious what a Y back means. Ask your breeder and report back...lol!!!
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Kimberley,

I also thought the U was what one was looking for, at least that's what I recall from watching the Puppy Puzzle DVDs last year and looking at litters. I've never heard it described as a U back or Y back though....so maybe this is something different??

ETA: I just found an article on Pat Hastings' evaluations that said this: The view from behind in a well structure dog should look like an inverted "U". If the puppy provides the appearance of a "V", this suggests a narrow pelvis causing the dog to move narrow in the rear. In general, Pat Hastings feels that the dog should not be narrower at the rear than they are at the shoulders.
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Maybe I misheard then when she said what letter for the rear. Yes it was when you look from the back. At this point, I'm not sure if she said Y, V, or U lol. All I know is that he had a good rear as well from looking at it from rear view between the legs. I'll double check with the breeder and who evaluated the puppies too and get back to you guys.
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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.
I agree with the idea of starting with a UKC show. They have a puppy class that is from 3 to 6 months. It is non-licensed, which means it doesn't count for any points. I have my puppy entered this weekend just to get him used to a ring and people and judges and the whole show scene. I mostly show in obedience but have found that UKC is very user friendly and showed my other Golden in breed with UKC. It was great fun!
Just something to consider.
You have a very nice looking pup. Just remember to have FUN!
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I agree with the idea of starting with a UKC show. They have a puppy class that is from 3 to 6 months. It is non-licensed, which means it doesn't count for any points. I have my puppy entered this weekend just to get him used to a ring and people and judges and the whole show scene. I mostly show in obedience but have found that UKC is very user friendly and showed my other Golden in breed with UKC. It was great fun!
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I looked on the website and couldn't find anything nearby :-( I might be looking at the wrong events but nothing seems to be around Ft Lauderdale, FL

Sounds like it would be an awesome experience for Keisel and I
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I looked on the website and couldn't find anything nearby :-( I might be looking at the wrong events but nothing seems to be around Ft Lauderdale, FL

Sounds like it would be an awesome experience for Keisel and I
I have no ideas if any of these shows are located near you but this is the page that lists the UKC shows for Florida:

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I have no ideas if any of these shows are located near you but this is the page that lists the UKC shows for Florida:

United Kennel Club: Upcoming Events
Are all of these considered dog shows with a puppy class? If not which ones are? The closest one would be Lakeland and Keisel would be 6 months old by then. Is that too old??

I contacted my breeder about showing and if she knows of any upcoming shows in our area. She sent me this link (Click Here) and told me to only look at ones that are AB/O/JSHW. These are AKC shows though.
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Most Conformation breeders only do AKC. When will he turn 6 months? I would not take showing to seriously right now. If there is a show near you, then enter. UKC is very relaxed and it would be a g
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Most Conformation breeders only do AKC. When will he turn 6 months? I would not take showing to seriously right now. If there is a show near you, then enter. UKC is very relaxed and it would be a good experience for you. Also matches. I am sure fl will be having upcoming matches in the spring.
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