No. If it is a stand stay paw movement is scored, and on the sit stay, depending on how much they move and who the judge is it might be scored, but in both cases only as points off, not as an NQ
Definitely depends on who the judge is....
One of Jacks' q's - I was mentally counting lost points as his flipped from one hip to the other and twitched and shifted and reared his head up and around....
I was stunned when I found out that the judge didn't take any points off for all of that. He said he was looking at Jacks, but made a judgement call to let the wiggles go.
I thanked him profusely and ran away out of the ring with my ribbons before he could change his mind.
This was a judge I'd been warned about ahead of time as being stiff on taking points off and judging fairly, so I was absolutely not expecting that kindness.
* This week we have Open class tomorrow, Utility class on Tuesday, and Puppy class on Saturday. So I will be fairly busy. As will both boys - as long as Bertie doesn't bark, he'll be coming with to sneak extra socialization and training in. I want to see what the setting is like on Saturday. If it's quiet and just 4-5 people, I'll bring the crate for Jacks.
Bertie has officially outgrown his travel crate too, so he's unfortunately riding loose in the car until I get a harness in. I was concerned driving to the vet (shot) today, but he actually just sat in the backseat and looked around like he had an invisible harness on.