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Originally posted by Dean:
Now lets see a picture of a fat, overweight show winner that looks like it couldn't run 100 yds even for food.
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Can Ch Soundtrack Rainbow Connection Can/Am CD CGC TT VADC. Best of Opposite Sex, Basset Hound Club of Canada National Specialty (from the Veterans Class). Currently working on her Open obedience and Advanced agility titles.



Can Ch Soundtrack Ambcn Mustang Sally CD CCGC TT SADC UCC. Finished her Championship by going BOS over specials at a specialty. Currently working on her Advanced agility title.



Can Ch Soundtrack Up Up And Away Can/Am CD CGC TT. Best of Opposite Sex, Basset Hound Club of Canada National Specialty, multiple group winner, top 5 in breed in Canada. Now retired, at 11 1/2 years of age he's still wild and crazy.....



Can/Am Ch Soundtrack Roll Me Away CD CGC TT. Group winner, #3 basset in Canada. Now retired. Sire of Best of Winners, Basset Hound Club of America 2002.

Sorry the pictures aren't very good, I lost a lot of stuff when my computer crashed and I'm trying to gather together as much of it as I can.

[ July 15, 2004, 10:28 PM: Message edited by: Soundtrack ]
 

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I agree. And sometimes the extra height comes from overly straight shoulders. Having observed with one of my own hounds how very straight shoulders reduces endurance, I imagine it would be quite a detriment to a hunting dog.
 

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TT is Temperament Tested.
 

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LOL....well, we went in the Hunt Test but I wouldn't say we competed.....
 

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The same test is used, but the testers take into consideration the dog's age, breed, training, environment (kennel dog or house pet) etc. A shepherd would be expected to at least be keeping an eye on the agitator, who is acting in a threatening manner, ready to protect his owner. My bassets tend to be so busy sniffing that they pay no attention to him. However, hiding behind the owner will fail any breed.
 

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LOL!
 
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