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Ceylon Kennel Club’s 1st Breed Speciality Dog Shows

Judge’s Critique

Dr. Freya Javeri 

 

To begin with I would like to express my gratitude to Ceylon Kennel Club for inviting me to judge and to the exhibitors at the dog show. Special thanks to Mrs. Lucille Dahanayake for making our stay in Sri Lanka a memorable one.

One of my main observations of all the breeds I judged was the lack of firmness. This essentially is due to lack of the correct type and amount of exercise. All large breeds require at least 30-45 minutes of brisk walking on rough ground surface twice a day (this is over and above their regular ‘play time’). Lack of exercise in the early developmental age can lead to irreversible damage to joints. I also found a lot of dogs still had their hind dew claws. Dew claws in the hind legs, when present, are generally removed by the age of 3 days.


 

ROTTWEILER

The Rottweiler must show physical power and a stable temperament. Hence heavy bone, good depth of body, deep and wide chest and an overall strong, muscular look is most desirable in this breed. The head, a characteristic of Rottweilers, should have the right muzzle:head ratio and should be wide with a deep, strong jaw.

 

 


 

LABRADOR RETIREVER

 The Labrador Retriever is a breed built for endurance. A good Labrador has a heavy head, deep body and good bone and muscle. The ‘otter tail’, characteristic of this breed, is thick at the base, perfectly staright, gradually tapering to a rounded tip

 

 


 

 

GOLDEN RETIREVER

The Golden Retreiever, like the Labrador, is a versatile Gundog. A good Golden Retriever has a heavy head, a strong, deep body, heavy bone with good musculature. The coat is of medium length and weather resistant.


 


 

GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG

The German Shepherd was developed as the most versatile breed of dog. A relatively young breed, having been developed in 1899, it has already been the victim of a blatant disregard for its breed standard through the 1980’s and 90’s. The true German Shepherd has a firm, straight, slightly sloping (never roached or bent) topline, good balanced angulation in shoulder and stifle, good overall depth of body, heavy in bone, good musculature and a moderately wide head with a soft, intelligent expression. The beautiful flying trot of the German Shepherd is a characteristic of the breed: the well laid back shoulder and good hind angulation together create a gait that covers maximum ground with each stride; the slight angle in the pasterns gives the movement the ‘spring’ typical of the flying trot.


 


 

BULLMASTIFF

The Bullmastiff, though not as tall as most other giant breeds, is a heavy-boned, muscular dog. The head is heavy with a strong jaw, the body is deep overall and the chest wide.

 

 


 

 

2014 Dog Show Judges Comments
 

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Best Exhibit in Show 111th Championship Show

 109th-110th Championship Dog Show

 


 108th Championship Dog Show


 

 

106th & 107th All Breed Champinship Dogshow


 


105th All Breed Championship Show

              BEST EXHIBIT IN SHOW.BEST WORKING DOG             

         BEST EXHIBIT IN SHOW - BEST WORKING DOG     SECOND BEST EXHIBIT IN SHOW - BEST HOUND

                    THIRD BEST EXHIBIT IN SHOW BEST GUN DOG                BEST TOY IN SHOW

        THIRD BEST EXHIBIT IN SHOW - BEST GUN DOG                      BEST TOY IN SHOW                    

 

           BEST EXHIBIT IN SHOW.BEST WORKING DOG               

                        BEST TERRIER IN SHOW                  RESERVE BEST IN SHOW - BEST PASTORAL EXHIBIT IN SHOW

              BEST UTILITY IN SHOW

                      BEST UTILITY IN SHOW


103rd and 104th Chmpionship Show Dogs103rd and 104th Chmpionship Show Dogs

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CKC Championship Dog Show


  • Ceylon Kennel Club 110th year celebrations commenced with the Canine Training & Agility Course on the 7th and 8th of March 2009.

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  • We continued the celebrations with the launch of Ceylon Kennel Club Website (www.ceylonkennelclub.com)on the 4th of May 2009.

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  • An Advanced Training Program will be held soon (Date will be announce later).

  • The launch of the "WOOF" Magazine after the Advanced Training Program.

  • The 110th year celebration ends with the Championship Dog Show.