Do you know what the judges are looking for when they put their hands on your dog? The judge’s exam “unpacks” each dog’s individual parts, determining how they will likely function as a whole according to each breed’s standard. That hands-on examination can reveal a lot of information, including what’s being hidden by hair or hampered by handling. Tune in to next week’s Ring-Ready Live! when Lee and Dan discuss what the judges might be looking for on your dog by where they place their hands.

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