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k9katet
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Tell us about yourself: We current own 2 Dutch Shepherds - Vrijheid's Hafwen "Letty" and ThunderHawk's Child of Lilith "Mazikeen"
And we have loved and lost 2 - Vrijheid's Amie "Vada" and Sather's High On Life "Narcotic".
We train/compete in a variety of dog sports.
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Post by k9katet » Fri Jun 13, 2014 2:58 pm

I'm auditing an online class that is about teaching dogs conformation skills (http://www.fenzidogsportsacademy.com/in ... ourses/670). One of the things she suggests that we do it to look at pictures and videos to see how our breed is typically presented. There is not a lot of conformation for Dutch Shepherds here in the US. Anyone have any pics or websites of pics or videos that they'd like to share? Or even a discussion on tips and tricks for showing Dutch Shepherds in conformation or any basic background information on how the breed should be shown? I pretty much know nothing even though my older girl has her UKC Championship.

Thanks!
Heather Sather
Dutch Shepherds: Vada, Narc and Letty
Mixed Breeds: Seven and Prozac
Border Collies: Sonic and Fringe
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