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By audience applause, of course! The dog food brand was very popular at the time and made for some delicious prizes for pooch. Even the dogs and masters who did not get selected for the finals left with prizes such as Ken-L Club badges, Ken-L Club T-shirts, and an assortment of other Ken-L products. In retrospect, one of the best parts of the show very well may have been the names of the dogs at the time. Speaking of Frozen , Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, a character from a popular radio and television series at the time, also appeared at the dog show. The television series in which he appeared followed him as he adventured into northern territories with his trusty pack of snow dogs.
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How to Select a Conformation Dog Show Class – American Kennel Club
Your dog will be eligible for some classes and not for others, so that should help eliminate some of the guesswork. Most dogs at a conformation dog show are competing for points toward their AKC championship. In these regular classes, males dogs and females bitches compete separately within their respective breeds, and each has unique criteria for which dogs may be entered. Some dog shows may also offer non-regular classes, which are held after the regular classes are judged. Non-regular class winners are not eligible to compete for championship points. The premium list will state which, if any, non-regular classes are offered.
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How to Select a Conformation Dog Show Class
In the past, the very best dog shows have barred mixed breeds from competing. Hybrid dogs were limited to entering events such as "wag that tail" at town fairs. Only with the recent formation of the Mixed Breed Dog Clubs of America has someone finally given mixed breeds the voice they deserve. Research the amateur dog shows in your local area.
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