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The Canadian Kennel Club Presents-Enter the Ring: Junior Handling 101
Introduction to Junior Handling
Introduction to Junior Handling (0:50)
What is Juniors (1:15)
How to Start in Junior Handling. (4:01)
How to Know What Class to Enter in Junior Handling. (4:14)
Knowing your breed standards and where to find them. (1:08)
A Sample of Junior Handling and the "Golden Rule"
Junior Handling: A full class of the Do's and Don'ts. (4:36)
The Golden Rule (1:55)
The First Things to Know
How to Put the Leash On Your Dog. (3:10)
How to Properly Hold the Leash (2:00)
How to wear your armband. (1:47)
How to stack your dog beginners. (3:56)
How to Stack Your Dog on a Table (1:15)
Showing the Dog's Bite (0:53)
How to Correctly Show the Bite of Dog on Table. (0:26)
Stacking your Dog on a Ramp. (1:01)
Notes for Juniors Just Starting Out
What to Wear: Girls (2:52)
What to Wear: Boys (1:41)
How to Show the Judge, Anatomy Parts (1:02)
Anatomy of a Dog: Study Material
How to Show Your Dog in a "Breed Specific Manner". (1:11)
Why are There Different Gaiting Patterns. (2:01)
When Gaiting With a Smaller Dog in Front. (0:33)
The 'Go Around'. (0:41)
Diagram of "The Go Around"
The "Courtesy Turn." (0:33)
Diagram of "The Courtesy Turn"
The "Down and Back" or "I" Pattern Two Ways. (1:02)
Diagram of "The Down & Back" with Hand Change
Diagram of "The Down & Back" with no Hand Change
The "L" and "Reverse L" (1:08)
Diagram of "The L Pattern"
The "T" Pattern. (0:51)
Diagram:"The Reverse L Pattern"
The "T" Pattern (0:43)
Diagram: of the "The T Pattern"
The "Triangle" and "Reverse Triangle" Patterns. (1:33)
Diagram of "The Triangle"
Diagram of "The Reverse Triangle"
Down and Back Together (0:35)
Diagram of "The Down & Back Together". (0:44)
Go Around: Judge on Outside (0:41)
Diagram of "The Go Around", Judge on Outside
Junior Handling: Things You Should Know
What to do When You First Enter the Ring and "Go Around" (1:11)
How to Properly Present Your dog for the Judge to Examine (0:59)
What to do When the Judge Pulls Your Dog Out to be Examined on the Centre Mat. (0:56)
Do Not Stop Behind the Table and Why (1:15)
Do Not Stop Behind the Ramp and Why. (1:34)
Showing the rear, front and side profiles to the judge. (2:16)
When the Judge Asks for Two dogs to be on the Table Together (1:02)
Free-baiting in Junior Handling. (1:05)
When the Judge Moves a Foot During the Examination. (1:05)
German Shepherd Dog
A Quick Note About Showing German Shepherds in Junior Handling (0:41)
An Example of German Shepherd Handling (1:07)
Other Things of Interest to Junior Handlers
The Things That Help You Succeed in Junior Handling (7:36)
Junior Handling Could Lead to a Career in Dogs. (1:20)
A video for parents.
Sportsmanship for Parents and Juniors. (0:56)
Emergency Kit (1:26)
Juniors conclusion for juniors and parents. (1:13)
What Class to Enter: A Printable "Cheatsheet"
Printable Gaiting Patterns Cheatsheet
E-Book: The Ultimate Guide to Junior Handling
E-Book: Le Guide Ultime Des Jeunes Manieurs
What to do When the Judge Pulls Your Dog Out to be Examined on the Centre Mat.
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