Int.CH Von Hunter's Bold as they Come RN TKI
IABCA Show results
October 17th & 18th, 2020
SHOW 1: JUDGE Mr. Roberto Zorzi - ITALY
Judge's Comments: Overall Impression: Good proportions, well presents self in ring. Coat: Good texture and condition. Head: Muzzle a little too long. Bite/Mouth: Correct. Eyes: Correct shape, color & set. Ears: Well set & used. Chest: Well developed. Front Quarters: Correct angulate. Back Quarters: Good muscles, hocks turn in when standing, not when moving. Tail: Correct. Topline: Solid, excellent croup size. Movement: Moves free with confidence.
SHOW 2: JUDGE Mr. Roland Hachtel - USA
Judge's Comments: Overall Impression: Well balanced natural dog. Coat: good texture. Head: Well defined, good width. Bite/Mouth: Scissors. Eyes: Dark, well set. Ears: Well placed. Chest: Deep, well spread. Front Quarters: good forechest and angles. Back Quarters: good angles. Tail: well set & natural. Topline: level. Movement: free.
EXPRESS SHOW: JUDGE Sharon Dykes - USA
Judge's Comments: Overall Impression: happy, confident bitch. Coat: correct. Head: balanced, nicely shaped. Bite/Mouth: correct. Eyes: proper set, shape, and color. Ears: proper set & carriage. Chest: Broad, deep, well muscled. Front Quarters: nice shoulder layback, strong. Back Quarters: nice angles, strong. Tail: proper set & carriage. Topline: correct & strong. Movement: moves well, covers ground.
SHOW 3: JUDGE Mr. Randy Hamm - USA
Judge's Comments: Overall Impression: Happy & flashy. Coat: healthy. Head: nice shape. Bite/Mouth: correct. Eyes: nice shape & dark. Ears: set well. Chest: nice depth. Front Quarters: carries well. Back Quarters: balanced. Tail: nice tail set. Topline: Strong-Level. Movement: smooth.
SHOW 4: JUDGE Ms. Gloria Kerr - INT & USA
RATING: V-1 & Best of Breed
Overall Impression: nice athletic bitch. Coat: correct. Head: well shaped. Bite/Mouth: Scissors/full. Eyes: dark, set well. Ears: set correctly. Chest: depth to elbows. Front Quarters: moderate angles. Back Quarters: short hocks, moderate. Tail: yes. Topline: level. Movement: Balanced.
Additional test results will be listed as they become available!
PennHip measures the laxity of a dog's hips and gives you an estimate of their risk of developing osteoarthritis later in life. No evidence of OA was noted.
The phenotypic evaluation of hips done by the OFA falls into seven different categories. Those categories are Normal (Excellent, Good, Fair), Borderline, and Dysplastic (Mild, Moderate, Severe). Once each of the radiologists classifies the hip into one of the 7 phenotypes above, the final hip grade is decided by a consensus of the 3 independent outside evaluations.