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Showing with kink tail?

Discussion in 'Midwest' started by FartingPitbull, Sep 9, 2016.

  1. Thinking about showing my dog for fun in the UKC to see how things go, but he has a kink tail. Has anyone ever showed a dog with a kink tail or know someone who has? If so how did you or they do? I'm a newbie btw
     
  2. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    I'm pretty sure it's a fault but not a disqualifying factor, but I don't show, so I'm sure someone who does can give more info.
     
  3. pitbulldogs

    pitbulldogs OHMUHGERD Staff Member Administrator

  4. Anyone experience the show ring with a dog with a serious fault then? Sounds like bad news lol still love him tho;)
     
  5. pitbulldogs

    pitbulldogs OHMUHGERD Staff Member Administrator

    I haven't experienced it but id say it's not a good thing and would be a handicap when showing. Don't mean he isn't a great dog though :) Just love em and take care of em! Hell, maybe just go to a show! The first one i ever went to i didn't plan on competing or showing, i mainly went to see how things worked. Learned a lot in just 1 day :) Was able to watch the judge and see what he looked for, look at other dogs, see how things were ran and the whole process!

    I think that is your best really, go to a show and see if it's something you really want to do :)
     
  6. kady05

    kady05 Krypto Super Dog

    How bad is it, do you have a picture?
     
  7. image.jpeg Thanks for the input St@ffy! I love my boy no matter what! Here's a picture kady05. You can't tell until he gets hype or excited. Usually it goes with the tail curve and isn't that noticeable. But sometimes he can really bend it like in the photo lol.
     

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