All Cane Corso are allowed
Because we believe that on our anniversary all Cane Corso's should be welcome to participate in the activities, we also organize a show for Cane Corso's without a pedigree. This inspection will be provided by a certified official FCI judge. The assessment of the dogs is largely the same as with the inspection of the pedigree dogs. Preferably, both parents are of the participating dogs are of the breed Cane corso. The participating dogs must be at least 4 months old.
The purpose of the inspection
The purpose of the inspection is to assess to what extent your dog meets the prescribed breed standard. As is the case with each inspection, there is no good or mistake. Ultimately, it's very important that you have a nice companion to your dog. But in the end we will have to make a distinction between what the better dogs are measured according to the breed standard. Therefore we share the dogs with three possible reviews: good, better and best.
In addition to this assessment by the dog, the judge will also draw up a review report stating on which points your dog stands out and where it differs from the prescribed standard. The perfect dog does not exist, so almost every dog generally receives a number of comments. The judge will be strict, fair and honest.
The judgement of your dog
Participating dogs are classified into different classes. The classification of classes is based on gender and age of the dogs. Only after the registration closes we share the classes. The more dogs, the more different classes we can make. You will receive a message about one week before the start of the show. You will also get a ring / carry number so we know which dogs we have in the ring.
The numbers of the dogs we want to see in the ring are pre-called. There is also a catalog with the order of approvals, so you can know approximately when you turn. Per dog, approximately 3 to 5 minutes will be required for the assessment.
If all dogs of a class (in order of the ring number) are in the ring, the judge will first ask for a walk with the dogs. This walk goes into a jog, so the judge can determine the movement and already get an overall impression of the dogs.
After the walk, the dogs are called one by one by the judge. It is the intention that the dog is then presented steady on all four legs before the judge. Bright and powerful, we like to see that. So sitting is not the intention. It might be a good idea for some dogs, but that is not what the judge wants to see. She usually also looks at the teeth to see if the teeth are as desired and if no teeth are missing.
After the assessment, the dog's dog runs a final round of jogging (to re-determine the movement), after which the dog connects closely with the other dogs in the ring. Once all dogs have gone, all the dogs make a final round of jogging and the judge immediately makes the final judgment.
For those who doubt whether he can manage to do this all, we have a workshop on the presentation of dogs (showhandling) at the very beginning of the day. Here will be explained step by stepwhat to do, so you and your dog will be more confident in the ring.
In addition to this assessment by the dog, the judge will also draw up a review report stating which points your dog stands out and where it differs from the prescribed standard. The perfect dog does not exist, so almost every dog generally receives a number of comments. The judge will be strict, fair and honest.
From the dogs with the best qualification (s) in a class the judge chooses three dogs to be selected for the best in that class. These are placed in sequence 1,2,3. All participating dogs are given a souvenir but for these three there is an extra large price.
The winners of all classes claim the title of best young dog of the day or best dog of the day. So if you have won a class you should wait until we hold the ceremonies for all class winners. That's all in the end, it's expected to be around 17:00
The judge this day is Mrs Nadjia Timmermans-Kadenko.
She is an experienced and official Cane Corso judge who, for example, also dit the judgement during our junior dog's day last spring. She has also been able to judge the breed abroad. So she is an expert in the field of Cane Corso.
The cost of participation amounts € 15, - for non-members € 20 for members of our club. You will receive a nice review report of your dog, prepared by an official Cane Corso judge, and you will also receive a nice souvenir.
The dogs selected for the top three in their class will receive an additional prize. The best young dog and the best dog of the whole show we will add to the extraordinary prices.
Registration can be done using the link below to the registration form.