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The Yorkie in the middle is the best example of the right Proportion.
Yorkie B is the best propertioned in this group of dogs.
Yorkie B has the best ear set of these three dogs.
Yorkie A in this photo has the correct ears.
Here we are looking at head carriage and Yorkie B is correct.
In this set of Yorkies we are looking for a correct Topline.
Pay careful attention to muzzles.
Here we're looking at Forelegs/and Front Assembly.
It's easy to see the colors here,
Looking at the tail length here we can see that Yorkie A has the right amount of tail.
Tail Sets are so important. They should be like Yorkie C in this photo and carried at a 45degree angle.
This Photo again is on tail sets. Yorkie B is perfect.
Yorkie A is again pulling way too forward.
Yorkie C is holding his down completely.
Photo by Danny Dugmore
She showed Am. Can. BOA. Mex. Ch. Northshire's Mazel Tov to all of those championships. Quite and accomplishment! He won the 1974 Specialty in Tulsa Oklahoma from the Veterans and Stud Dog classes. He was also awarded Dog World's Canine Award of Distinction in 1973. This award is no longer being given.
She also owned Ch Northshire's Dangerous Dan who won the Delaware Valley Specialty. "Danny" won the Yorkshire Terrier Club of America's 1986 Specialty in Tulsa Oklahoma from the Stud Dog class and in 1987 & 1988 won again.
Dottie joined the Yorkshire Terrier Club in 1962 and served on the Board of Directors for several years & then served as Vice President for 10 years.
In 1988 The Kennel Club of Yorkville Illinois Inc. gave her an award for Excellence in Producing. She became a Judge in 1972 and was licensed to Judge Yorkies. She is now licensed to judge all the Toy Breeds, Standard and Minature Poodles, Standard Manchester Terriers, Toy Groups and Best in Show.
She formerly served as Judges Education Chairman for the Yorkshire Terrier Club of America and gives several seminars around the country each year.