You have a gorgeous dog. But does your dog have what it takes to earn a Show Championship title? The only place to find out is at a dog show!
But before you jump into your car and head out, you need to practice the art of conformation (i.e. show) handling.
The term conformation refers to how dogs stack up (or conform) to their breed standard. The breed standard is an idealized description of physical and temperamental characteristics for each pure breed. The closer a dog approaches the ideal, the more likely a Championship title will be conferred. At least that is how it works in theory.
In practice, much depends on you, the handler. Because, even if you have a perfect dog (if there is such a thing) your performance in the ring can make or break you. Likewise, you need to teach your dog confidence and swagger. Dog shows are not called a dog SHOWS for nothing. A great performance in the ring can put you over the top.
Dog shows can be highly competitive. Give yourself the edge and join the growing ranks of dog owners who are leaving expensive professional handlers for the joy and satisfaction of showing their own dogs. Yes you can do it with our Conformation Handling class!