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by Lindsay Biddle

I realize as I'm writing this that a lot of what I'm going to say is going to sound like sour grapes.  I suppose a little clarification is in order.  Prior to 2008, Loki and I did performance events exclusively and I know there are days when my dog is not going to be performing as she should, japan, craiglist, ebay, overseas, paypal, Generic Amoxicillin, or times when I made a stupid mistake that cost us that leg we were working for.  Losing doesn't bother me, when it is to a better dog that is clearly deserving of the win.  We live to compete another day. 

What I have a problem with is watching a dog leave the ring with its tail tucked while the handler is carrying the blue ribbon.  What breed are we looking at when we see that?  I don't know about you, Amoxicillin class, Where can i buy cheapest Amoxicillin online, but when I'm in the breed ring, I am there to compete against American Pit Bull Terriers.  You know the one; that bold, where to buy Amoxicillin, Amoxicillin mg, fearless breed which was designed to look death in the face and challenge it.  I speak of the breed whose temperament is described as such: 

"The essential characteristics of the American Pit Bull Terrier are strength, confidence, Amoxicillin from canada, Amoxicillin pharmacy, and zest for life. This breed is eager to please and brimming over with enthusiasm, buy Amoxicillin online no prescription. Online Amoxicillin without a prescription, ... extremely friendly, Amoxicillin brand name, Amoxicillin australia, uk, us, usa, even with strangers. ... Disqualification: Viciousness or extreme shyness." - excerpt from the UKC Standard 

"Confident and alert.  Interested in things around them, in control of their space, not threatened by anything in their surroundings.  Gentle with loved ones.  Faults: Shy or timid." -- excerpt from the ADBA standard 

Even the APBT's little brother, the AmStaff, has this written about temperament: 

"...keenly alive to his surroundings .., Buy Amoxicillin Without Prescription. His courage is proverbial." - excerpt from the AKC standard for the American Staffordshire Terrier 

So when I take my happy, order Amoxicillin online c.o.d, Fast shipping Amoxicillin, up-beat, judge-kissing dog into the ring and we are going up against a dog that will not gait without bellying down, buy Amoxicillin without prescription, Amoxicillin dose, that is a no-brainer for me.  Every dog can have a bad day, and I am not saying to disqualify these dogs that are showing fear and apprehension in the ring.  However, Amoxicillin description, Cheap Amoxicillin, the judge's job is to evaluate which is the best dog on that given day.  If a dog will not stack up without cowering, will not gait without being coddled along, order Amoxicillin no prescription, Doses Amoxicillin work, it is not the best dog that day.  Its type may be beautiful, and there may be promise of a bold, where can i cheapest Amoxicillin online, Real brand Amoxicillin online, courageous dog later on, but the dog should not win that day.  To allow the practice of putting up cringing, effects of Amoxicillin, Amoxicillin reviews, beautiful dogs over their faulted, outgoing competitors is a travesty. 

Just how important is temperament?  Well, no prescription Amoxicillin online, Amoxicillin images, in our breed it should be key.  The APBT is a gladiator.  How would you feel sharing space with an incredible warrior-like machine that was so petrified with fear that it might decide to nail you first before you can hurt it?  Let's face it; when the fear gets bad enough, any dog can be pushed into biting.  Our breed may be required to have a round eye, Amoxicillin coupon, Amoxicillin for sale, well-turned stifle, low tailset, Amoxicillin pictures, Amoxicillin dangers, but it is the temperament that plays such a huge role in making the APBT what it should be. 

When I go into the ring, I try to keep notes on who was doing the judging and what they picked.  Its not that I avoid judges who put up a different kind of dog, after Amoxicillin, Amoxicillin from canadian pharmacy, but more that I have had more than enough of judges who are so wrapped up in physical beauty that they forget the big picture.  At this point, I have a list of judges that I've liked -- most of whom have not picked my dog, buying Amoxicillin online over the counter, Amoxicillin maximum dosage, by the way, but were fair in their judging and explained why they picked the way they did - and those that I will avoid in the future.  Some of the reasons I've noted for avoidance include "K.S. - dumped Terra for fearful puppy," or "J.H. - yelled ‘no' at squirmy puppies."  (The latter was ridiculous, but the former is the real bite.) 

I went to a show in May of 2008 in Oklahoma.  There were some very nice dogs there, and we did our share of losing all weekend.  In 3 of the 4 shows, I could not tell you who I lost to because losing to good APBTs is not noteworthy to me.  However, when we went in the ring for puppy female against a very pretty but very scared little bitch, you would have thought we had that win in the bag.  The dog we were going up against was not a happy camper.  There was no way the judge could have evaluated her movement since she refused to gait.  My goofy girl wasn't an old pro, but she did gait around the ring with her head and tail up, and she did greet the judge with a wiggle rather than a cringe.  That's the way it should be with puppies.  Imagine my disgust when the judge handed the blue ribbon to the other female who was overall terrified by her ring experience.  

At the UKC APBT Nationals this year, I was again showing my girl.  She took senior female and was going up against two others for Best Female.  One was a very nice breeder/handler girl that I figured would take the win.  The other was a cute little female with lots of white that was just not comfortable being in the ring.  She did not want to gait and kept bellying down.  So you would think that my girl would have taken the reserve win after the beautiful B/H bitch.  Nope.  We left the ring with nothing as the judge was telling the handler of the white dog "(couldn't hear what she said first)... but I like it." 

Honored judge, if you like fear over the "keenly alive" animal the APBT is supposed to be, you would be doing the breed a favor if you surrendered your judge's license.  Conformation shows are intended to evaluate breeding stock, so presumably most dogs who go on to win their CH or GRCH go on to also be bred.  By encouraging this animal to go on and win more, you are also encouraging the procreation of fearful dogs.  

Judges only have a few minutes in the ring with each animal to get a good feel for what they're about, and yes, they might miss something.  However, if a dog is clearly broadcasting that they want nothing to do with the judge or anything around them, that should be the eliminating factor right there.  If they are simply having a bad day, they will live to show another day and any handler with sense will understand why they lost.  But it is flat ridiculousness to allow that dog to beat out another that is having a very good day and is exuding the love of life that the APBT is supposed to have. 

So there you have it, my beef for the day (or decade).  Judges, quit making excuses for fearful dogs in the ring, or for human-aggressive dogs for that matter.  This breed is not intended to be gorgeous but untouchable.  If you have a ring full of dogs with correct, outgoing, happy, space-owning temperament, then you decide which has the tighter feet, better front angulation, flatter head planes, etc.  But if an APBT is petrified, who cares how beautiful it is.

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