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 ambertal
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4/10/2021 10:31:42 AM reply with quote send message to ambertal Object to Post   

Should I enter any of my dogs in any show since they're low quality and yet no one is showing in this breed?
 CarrieCurl
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4/10/2021 6:45:36 PM reply with quote send message to CarrieCurl Object to Post

If nobody else is entering that breed in shows....go for it!
See what happens.

Good luck.
 RoughDiamondKennel
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4/10/2021 6:56:37 PM reply with quote send message to RoughDiamondKennel Object to Post

If no one is showing you will still be able to get points and take breed placings between your dogs. Will not get any group or show placing but can definitely still get points and show. I say go for it if you want to.
 ambertal
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4/12/2021 12:04:11 PM reply with quote send message to ambertal Object to Post

Okay. I ran a test with my dogs. I had two bitches entered in two different shows yesterday. Both went Best in Breed with no points (which I'm not worried about).
 Killick
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4/12/2021 12:33:02 PM reply with quote send message to Killick Object to Post

Enter more than one per show.
I boy entered = no points for best of breed.
2 boys entered= 1 point for best of breed

LOL, or girls
 CarrieCurl
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4/13/2021 7:31:15 PM reply with quote send message to CarrieCurl Object to Post

Better yet, enter them all in the same show. That might get you some majors.
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 ambertal
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5/26/2021 7:40:16 AM reply with quote send message to ambertal Object to Post

I have one CH, but this breed needs more exhibitors!

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