Judging

In Michael Faulkner's first judging assignment post-COVID, everything old is new again. Read More

Cocker Spaniel Ch. My Own Brucie, shown by owner-breeder-handler Herman Mellenthin, winning BIS over 4,456 entries at Morris & Essex KC 1939. Judge William H. Pym.
Bo Bengtson takes the measure of some famous dogs of the past. Read More
Exactly what is a judge? One of the many definitions appearing in the dictionary for the word judge is a person who can decide on how good a thing is. Or in our case, how good a dog is — or is not. Opinion is also one of the many definitions appearing for the word "judgment." Read More
Ever wonder what goes through a judge’s mind? What was he or she thinking? Truth is, judges are real people just like you and me.  Read More
Wikipedia defines an expert as "a person with extensive knowledge or ability based on research, experience or occupation and in a particular area of study," and notes that experts don't always agree. Certainly sounds like a conformation judge to me.  Read More
From rudder-like tails to Irish Setter toplines, Sid Marx offers a debunking of some common dog-show myths. Read More
A silver lining in these stay-at-home times: the free breed webinars presented by the American Kennel Club. Read More

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