Join our upcoming webinar! | Wednesday, December 6th @ 4pm PT
In this webinar, we will break down the stack - particularly the judge's exam - so that your dog's conformation on the stack not only looks, but feels great under the judge's hands.
In many webinars, Allison has touched on how your dog might not feel good to the judge on the stack - meaning, when the judge puts their hands on your dog to examine them, your dog leans, squirms, sinks, or roaches themselves in some way so that their conformation does not feel as good to the judge as it truly is.
In this webinar, we will expand on that idea step-by-step through the judge's exam. We will talk about making sure your dog's front, rear, topline, elbows, hocks, and everything else in between looks and feels good for the judge's exam.
Our full list of topics will include...
- What is the judge looking & feeling for on the stack?
- Tension on the stack: 3 methods
- How you can support your dog's front angulation
- Dogs that lean back
- Dogs that post
- Dogs that lean forward
- Dogs that slouch their toplines
- Dogs that roach their toplines
- How you can support your dog's rear angulation
- Dogs that crouch their rear
- Dogs that stand "cow hocked", "easty westy", "toeing in", and more
- Dogs that squirm, shy away, or lean into the handler
- and more!