With this book you can develop your own eye for sound movement and structure. You get to actively participate in over 100 judging scenarios similar to what a judge encounters in the show ring and compare your opinion with the author’s.
Slow motion study of canine bone and joint movement, as seen through moving x-rays, offers a close look at skeletal action inside the dog. Dogs were individually filmed and fluoroscoped while moving on a speed-controlled treadmill in a laboratory. This video supplements Dogsteps DVD with additional material; it was filmed during the same time period, but has recently been re-mastered.
Using a horse training device of low, evenly spaced obstacles (sometimes now referred to as stride regulators in dog jargon), Kay Laurence and her trainers show how to teach your dog self-control at speed.
Using cavaletti is a wonderful way to build physical strength and skill in the performance dog—or to keep any big dog exercised, even indoors in the winter.
Canine anatomy for owners, breeders, exhibitors, and judges! Emphasis on those points of anatomy that can be seen or felt from the surface through the skin; relates internal anatomy to the surface. 38 pages of illustrations, over 150 individual drawings.
Back in stock! This classic on the evaluation of movement and gait will help you to a better understanding of dog gait through cineradiography - "moving x-rays." Up-to-date scientific information in an easy-to-understand format!
Written in 1950, this was the first book to thoroughly analyze, illustrate and explain the under-the-skin workings of the dog. It is the foundation for all gait and locomotion books which have been written since.