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Have you taken these two classes Rosemary? I am going to at least purchase the prerequisite (class 1) but am wondering if class 1 is dog basics and class 2 is more to help refine your abilities as the handler? I really just want to give Piper a feel for the whole thing - how a show lead feels, what stacking feels like, etc. before we do in person classes at the (sort of) nearby club.

I'm planning on doing in person classes afterwards to give her in ring experience and wonder if class 2 would overlap the in class part a lot. Thoughts?
I haven't personally taken them (not a show dog in sight around here) but I know that a lot of people who have taken them said they really helped them. If you have questions, you can go to the instructor's page on the FDSA website, and message them.

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When we refer to gating we are talking about the "hackney" look some dogs have when they reach out with their front legs.
Gating is what's around the rings. Gaiting is moving the dog so that the judge can assess their movement.

In some dogs, pacing or ambling (a lateral four beat gait) is acceptable, but for most dogs, a trot is required. Having a Hackney gait just means that the dog has a flashy, high-stepping leg movement, like a Hackney horse or pony. It's very important in Miniature Pinschers to have a Hackney gait, but frowned upon in most breeds.
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This is a great article that explains how structure can affect movement.

HOW STRUCTURE AFFECTS MOVEMENT

From the drop down bar there are a few pages of info. all very interesting.

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I haven't personally taken them (not a show dog in sight around here) but I know that a lot of people who have taken them said they really helped them. If you have questions, you can go to the instructor's page on the FDSA website, and message them.



Gating is what's around the rings. Gaiting is moving the dog so that the judge can assess their movement.

In some dogs, pacing or ambling (a lateral four beat gait) is acceptable, but for most dogs, a trot is required. Having a Hackney gait just means that the dog has a flashy, high-stepping leg movement, like a Hackney horse or pony. It's very important in Miniature Pinschers to have a Hackney gait, but frowned upon in most breeds.
Right I'm getting hackney and gating confused. You can fix the hackney gate by dropping the head before movement.
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You're also still getting "gate" and "gait" confused. Gate (gating)= fence around the ring and/or the opening in said gating. Gait (gaiting)= means of locomotion.

The main gaits in dogs are walk, trot, canter, gallop, pace, and amble. Cantering and galloping are different gaits, not just speeds, by the way. A canter is a three beat gait, while a gallop is a double suspension gait where in the space of one complete stride, all four feet are completely off the ground twice, once in extension and once in collection.
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I went back in this thread and looked at that first photo you posted, he seems to stand just fine in it.

have you ever measured his height and body length?

sometimes when 'things' are out of balance the rest of the body compensates for it, for example, if the rear feet interfere with the front feet when moving, for whatever reason, the dog will crab or even pace...........

a short vid clip of your boy moving at a walk and at a trot, may show why he paces.

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I have noticed that when he is freely moving through his hips and shoulders it almost looks like the back legs may track up on to his front legs. I need a pair of puppy bell boots!
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I think he is in the midst of another growth spurt too- he's looking a little wonky, so I'm hoping it's a combination of not being aware of his body and laziness/fatigue, and not a soundness issue.

This whole thread has been very informative though! Class was cancelled this week due to the holiday, but I will keep you all posted, and hopefully get a better stacked photo this weekend.
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Photo from last weekend- any thoughts/advice?

He lost about 4 lbs, which is why he looks a little thinner than I would prefer, due to a fun bout of gastroenteritis... hopefully were over that and back to putting on weight.
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Other than him posting/racking, not too bad a job of stacking him.

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Re picture: Teach him to reach both up (head up) and foreward when stacked (do that with the bait). Keep the show collar up under his jaw--and teach him to lean into the collar to reach for the bait. Make sure he knows how to do that before you spend a lot of time working on a free bait--especially with a puppy.

Teaching him to lean into the collar will do a number of things--it will cause him to keep his front (entire shoulder assembly) balanced so that his front legs are under his body and perpendicular to the ground. It will make front angulation look better, show forechest better, and if you teach him to tip his muzzle down while reaching for the bait it will also give a little crest to the neck as well as improving to look of the neck set.

And it will straighten the top line and get his hocks perpendicular to the ground.

His feet are actually properly placed but he's leaning back a little--that why you want to teach him to lean into and over his front.
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Any thoughts? I am still studying up Michelle Santana's tips on the DPCA website- but as a total newbie, it's pretty tough to decipher.
I was more concerned with feet placement and not leaning back here than with his head- trying (futilely? maybe.) to get him to free stack sort of square when we stop on the command "stand", so that I can fidget with his head/neck/feet without making major adjustments or having him sit or walk away.... work in progress.
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Coming in late. Pacing occurs at some point in most of my male dobermans. Yes, it appears to be an energy saving (lazy) gait. I have had all them checked when they start doing it and found nothing wrong usually. I even have a 1 yr old kelpie male with a long back (5:4 ratio of length to height) pacing in the house. He doesn't roll from side to side either.

When I took conformation classes with my dogs I was told to have my dobes do a small circle first to get them gaiting smoothly before doing the down and back in front of the judge and when going around the ring.

Basically what dobebug said.

I take conformation classes in general even if I don't intend to show my dogs - but I haven't done that with this one since we had too much going on initially.


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Our first show is next week- any thoughts on him now?

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He looks great!

Nice job of stacking him.

Good luck at the show next week.
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He looks great!

Nice job of stacking him.

Good luck at the show next week.
Thanks @Darkevs - if we get a ribbon, I will dedicate it to you for all of your help and insight here in this thread!
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What show is he entered in?

I like to check show entry's, judges and results.

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He is entered in the St. Charles Kennel Club show in Lake St. Louis, MO
It's on onofrio if that helps?
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well..............

are you going to update us?

I know how you and your boy did as I checked the show results............

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are you going to update us?

I know how you and your boy did as I checked the show results............

YES! Mac was Winners Dog both days, and Best of Winners on Sunday for his very first point!
We also got to compete in the group for Owner Handler Best in Show.
Thank you, thank you to everyone in this thread- especially @Darkevs ! - for the advice! I couldn't have done it alone.

He was very, very good for his first show- any issues we had were definitely handler error. I am so proud! And now I'm hooked- it was so much fun!
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WoohOO!!!!

Congratulations!

way to go you two.

owner handled..................

excellent.

did you get a win photo?

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That is wonderful!!!! Congratulations!!!'
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If your photo was from Meyer you should receive them In two to three weeks. If it was Sosa you can check their website and find your photo just a few days after the show.
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Just wanted to update this- Mac went Winners Dog this weekend for 2 points under Terry Berrios.
Very, very proud of my big guy!
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Way to go you two!

Congratulations!

Hope you can post win photos soon.

or even just a few candid ringside shots............please.
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