Interpreting The Language Of The Standard

Some breed standards, it seems, are clearer than others. When it comes to understanding specific words and phrases, a lot can be left to individual interpretation. Why do some judges read standards differently and what are some of the reasons for this? Tune in this week as Lee takes a look at the occasionally perplexing terminology used in the breed standards.

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