Dachshund at the exhibition, exhibition of taxes
Is it worth to present the fee at the exhibition andTo participate in dachshund exhibitions is a question that is asked by most amateurs, owners of one dog not going to breed, breeding work, believing that their dog should be satisfied with the role of pet.
If you did not initially plan to purchaseA classy dog, and you just need a companion, and no matter what drawbacks there are in its exterior, then take a non-working dog from parents with good character, healthy and without physical abnormalities. But if you bought a good puppy dachshund from working parents who have field diplomas and champion titles, you should be aware that you are not only responsible for one specific dog, but also for the part of the gene pool of the breed that has fallen into your hands.
Therefore, you must visit broods and exhibitionsDachshund, obtain field diplomas, participate in field trials and be involved in breeding work. Depending on whether your dachshund is a working dog or a descendant of ornamental lines, you can choose for it exhibitions organized according to different FCI rules. Such exhibitions are held in all major cities.
Dog shows can be monobreed andAll breeds, and also certification (where dogs can win titles of the champion of the breed and the candidate for champions) or tribal, where the selection of future producers is conducted and the decision is made to admit specific dogs for breeding. Exhibition fees are held several times a year indoors or outdoors. For a taxi it is better to take part in those exhibitions that are held in the spring or autumn, during the optimal temperature of the air.
The dog does not suffer from heat or cold, it does not get wetIn the rain, can show itself from the best side. To participate in the exhibition fee, you must inform in advance about your desire and register the dog, paying the specified amount. Usually registration, carried out in advance, is cheaper than recording a dog directly before the exhibition.
You send to the organizers of the exhibitionA copy of the pedigree, a copy of the certificate that your dog received the title of champion of the breed or a candidate for champions, since dogs with ranks are exhibited in a special class, competing with their own kind, and not with novice dogs or not having high marks.
Before the exhibition for a fee is mandatoryMedical examination. Therefore, you must have certificates of vaccinations made to your dog, as well as the conclusion of a veterinarian made no earlier than three days before the exhibition fee (these dates may vary depending on the venue and will of the organizers.), That the dog Healthy and tested for internal and external parasites. Depending on the age of the dachshund falls into one of the exhibition classes.
According to FCI rules, there are 8 classes:
- Class of juniors.
- A class of teenagers.
- Open class.
- Working class.
- Class of champions.
- Class of veterans.
- Doubles class.
- Selection group (nursery competition)
Below are descriptions of some classes.
In the junior class dogs are exposed agedFrom 6 to 9 months. They do not receive ratings, since dogs at this age have not yet formed, have not reached their peak. About juniors can be judged only in terms of their future opportunities, further prospects.
Therefore, tokens, which are given to juniors, andCalled - Great perspective, Small perspective. In the junior class there is the most general selection, dogs with visible structural defects are excluded, frankly non-native, having serious deviations in type.
A junior review is also an assessment of the producers,The correctness or error of the principles of breeding, finally, the evaluation of the future breed. Specialists draw conclusions about the direction of further development of the breed, the owners of champions look meticulously for future competitors, and the owners of the breeding dogs are eyeing whether there are among the young people with whom they can tie their dogs and get class offspring.
In the class of teenagers, dogs that turnedFrom 9 to 15 months, already receive an assessment for the exterior, but as the formation has not yet ended, the score "excellent" is not awarded. The highest score at this age is "very good."
The most important and important are exhibitionsDogs in open class. Dogs aged 18 months to 8 years are shown here (according to some rules - from 15 months). It is in the open class that dogs of mature age are exhibited, fully formed, being in the best exhibition condition.
In this class, the assessment is "excellent". It is received by dogs, they are closest to the ideal, which is fixed in the breed standard. They should be perfectly expressed pedigree and constitutional type (that is, the dog should be in the type of the dog, differing in pain massiveness, heavier bone), musculature - developed, strong, relief, condition - exhibition, without signs of excessive leanness or slightest fat deposits ; Wool - fully comply with the standard of the species of the breed, but in any case - clean, shiny, completely covering the body
Addition in such dogs is correct, harmonious,Proportional, the height at the withers and the weight fully comply with the standard. Sexual signs should be well developed. Minor flaws should be mitigated by a common bright type.
A "very good" grade in the open class getsDogs with some shortcomings that do not become vices, with the exception of genetic or morphological (deviations in the structure). Otherwise, they must meet the same requirements as dogs that received an "excellent" rating, have a pronounced pedigree and constitutional type, and are in good shape.
Evaluation of "good" in the open class is given to dogs with a number of shortcomings in the structure or development or not more than one defect, but at the same time corresponding to the type of breed.
The assessment is "satisfactory" for dogs,Having serious flaws in the exterior. They generally correspond to the pedigree type, but they have deviations in structure, mentality, or are in poor shape.
Evaluation of "unsatisfactory" is put to dogs, notCorresponding to a pedigree type, in an unsatisfactory condition, having a marriage in color, signs of albinism. Also, an unsatisfactory evaluation of males with defects in the testes, a dog with genetic defects in the structure of the dental system (incompleteness, incorrect bite) and dogs with disqualified defects noted in the standard is also received.
There is also a category of dogs that are sent fromExhibitions without an assessment, which is fixed in the exhibition documents. These include dogs, which the judge could not inspect because of malicious, aggressive or, conversely, cowardly behavior; Dogs that have signs of prompt repair of defects or deficiencies.
The judge can remove from the ring and send without evaluation a dog, aggressively leading himself towards other members of the ring. The reason for recalling the dog must be indicated in the judge's report.
In the working class, according to FCI rules,Dogs aged 15 months, rated for working qualities. In the case of hunting dogs, these are field diplomas that they receive by participating in field trials.
In the selection group, several dogs (not less than three) are exhibited, belonging to the same breeder and necessarily breeding it. Here dog breeds are evaluated, uniformity, class.
In the class of champions are exhibited dogs agedFrom 15 months, having titles received at the respective exhibitions - National Champion, Inter Champion, European Winner, International Winner. (Read the continuation of the article)