Conformation in dogs refers solely to the externally visible details of a dog's structure and appearance, as defined in detail by each dog's written breed standard. 

 A dog that conforms to most of the items of description in its individual breed standard is said to have good conformation.   Conformation in dogs is based on the dog type from which the breed developed, along with many details that have been added to the breed standard for purposes of differentiation from other breeds, for working reasons, or for enhancing the beauty of the animals from the viewpoint of the fanciers who wrote the breed standards.

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Classes are customized to fit the needs of each dog.  

From building confidence in your puppy, practicing down and backs, leash work/ handling skills, group work, table work, standing for exams and getting ready for the ring.


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$15.00 / dog

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