Not just tails, but ears, back, tail set, lack of a tail, etc...
by Marcel (no login)
What's not so important to you as you breed dogs.
I was with an exhibitor today who was asking about my red bitch I had been showing previously to this weekend and I told him she had seven pups and one seemed to be a clone of her but with the proper tail. He smirked and found that amusing. I guess assuming that focusing on this detail was silly.
All along he had a beautiful girl with the best rear in the whole entry today and he went BOS / BOW. no duh..........
Judge Leslie Hiltz was judging from the standard today as she always does where tails are mentioned as well as the head shapes and so on... I knew his bitch would do well under her.
So, would the lack of a tail, high tail set, big floppy ears, bad front or whatever stop you from breeding a certain bulldog?
Posted on May 31, 2010, 8:48 PM from IP address 18.104.22.168