(Foot) Timing Is Everything

Did you know that every breed moves with a distinctive rhythm of its feet? The cadence of each dog’s foot timing is discernible in the ring during the side gait, when breed type is set in motion—and structural faults are revealed. One misstep could cost your dog a win, but a smooth, effortless footfall is sure to get noticed for all the right reasons. In this episode, Lee and Dan discuss how your dog’s foot timing can sweep the judges off their feet

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Interested in getting a copy of the books mentioned in the show? Check out the links below!

The Dog in Action by McDowell Lyon, 1964
The New Dogsteps by Rachel Page Elliott, 1983, 1973
Dogs in Motion by Martin S Fischer & Karin E. Lilje, 2011
Dog Locomotion and Gait Analysis by Curtis Brown 1986
Dynamics of Canine Gait Leon Hollenbeck
The Science & Techniques of Judging Dogs

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