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June 6, 2013 Subscribe

The Language of the Juniors Ring, plus Marquee Shows

“Getting together outside of the ring while watching other classes being judged can be a big advantage for junior handlers who are paying attention.” So writes DFR Blogger Kayla Bertagnolli as she takes a look at the language used by juniors both in and out of the ring. Learn how words spoken – and unspoken – make communication the key to achieving your goals.

Blogger-in-Chief Billy Wheeler’s dog show dance card is always full, but it’s those marquee events that keep our numbers nerd tapping away on his keyboard. Billy’s reporting this week from “Woofstock,” but this psychedelic celebration is just one of the clusters he tries to attend each year. Check out Billy’s list of all-breed shows that are not to be missed.

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The Language of the Juniors Ring
By Kayla Bertagnolli

Getting together outside of the ring while watching other classes being judged can be a big advantage for junior handlers who are paying attention. Juniors can utilize what they’ve seen and heard in order to feel more relaxed when it’s their turn inside of the ring. Some handlers have their friends to chat with and some, if lucky – yes lucky – have their parents to watch with them. more

Make It to These Marquee Shows
By Billy Wheeler

As I await my plane to take me to California for a week of peace, love & dogs with the four-show cluster known as Woofstock, I am thinking of how this hippie-themed canine fun fest reached the level of “marquee.” Marquee shows are shows that everyone has heard of, that draw dogs from across the country, even across the globe, mostly large, sometimes televised, and usually well established. more

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The Back Story
Billy Wheeler
The Bottom Line
Bo Bengtson
Karl Donvil
Kayla Bertagnolli
Dog Show Poop
Billy Wheeler

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