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Ohio state fr dog show
An Ohio state fr dog show is one of many types of dog show in the United States and Canada. Dogs are shown in either the "open" ring or the "restricted" ring. The American Kennel Club or American Field Service is the sponsor.
The AKC's dog show program has eight classes. Classes are based on breed, age, and sex.
This class is designed to promote young show dogs. Age is determined by the show's regulations. Males and females are segregated in this class.
This class is designed to promote terrier breeds, especially small terriers such as the bichon frise. This is also the only class where the terriers are shown in the restricted ring (and the only class in which they may be entered).
This class is designed to promote working dogs, such as herding dogs, for which a high level of aptitude is required, as well as dogs which may perform special tasks. Males and females are not segregated in this class, and there is no restriction on breeds.
This class is designed to promote herding dogs, which typically are bred to be strong and agile. Herding dogs perform a variety of tasks, such as controlling livestock, but most of them are more comfortable with dogs of their own species. Females are not allowed in this class, but males are. Age is determined by the regulations.
This class is designed to promote working dogs which are used for work and may or may not have a close relationship with their owners. Dogs that can perform tasks such as herding livestock are the most common breeds that are shown in this class. Males and females are segregated in this class, and there is no restriction on breeds.
This class is designed to promote any type of dog, not limited to a breed, for which a high level of aptitude is required. There is no restriction on breed. Age is determined by the regulations.
This class is designed to promote dogs with a good sense of smell, who can retrieve game. These dogs are sometimes used for hunting, but they may be bred to assist with guarding livestock as well. Typically, a hunting dog is larger than a "retriever," but this class is designed for any type of dog. Age is determined by the regulations.
This class is designed to promote dogs of any breed for which a high level of skill and aptitude is required. Age is determined by the regulations.
This class is designed to promote dogs used for assistance with medical or other needs of people and their pets. These dogs may have no connection to the owner, they may be bred to be bred solely for their performance abilities. They may be kept to perform tasks with their owner's permission, but they must be owned by someone other than the owner. Age is determined by the regulations.
This class is designed to promote dogs with a high level of skills and aptitude. Typically, these dogs are much larger than those in the "Sporting" class.
Retrieving, Field Trial, Conformation, Open Class, Toys, Agility, and Working Dog, as well as Open Field trials. There is no restriction on breeds.
The American Sled Dog Association is the national organization dedicated to the breeding, trning and showing of Alaskan Malamutes, which include the Siberian Husky.
The AKC is a group of clubs organized to promote purebred dogs and their owners within a defined geographic area.
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Our Alaskan Malamutes are all registered with The AKC (American Kennel Club), have health clearances and our Alaskan Malamutes have been through extensive trning by us. Our Malamutes are very well socialized, they are trned in obedience, obedience trning is a must for an Alaskan Malamute because without obedience they have no manners and may get into trouble with their family, this is not something we want. Our Malamutes are excellent with children, dogs and even cats. They are natural leaders and love to work!