The judges examine the dogs and place them according to how closely each dog compares with the judge's mental image of the perfect dog as described in the breed's official standard. The main consideration is the dog's conformation or overall appearance, temperament and structure.
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Biting. Don't bite the hand that feeds you—or judges you. A dog that attacks the judge, another dog, or a person at an AKC event will be disqualified. What if the dog doesn't bite but clearly doesn't want to be approached or touched by the judge?
The four dogs that are judged Best in Breed in their respective groups proceed to compete in Best in Group, and the winner from each group advances to compete for the grand prize of Best in Show.
The main consideration is the dog's conformation or overall appearance, temperament and structure. The judges are looking for characteristics that allow the dog to perform the function for which his or her breed was bred.
In the show ring, a judge evaluates dogs based on how well they fit their standard. “While judging is about beauty, it is about beauty defined within a breed and about how a breed became what they are and how they look to the judge on that day,” Hoke says.
Patricia Craige Trotter of Carmel, California, will judge Best in Show at the 145th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison Square Garden in February 2021. Mrs.
Under the trained eye of a conformation judge (breed expert), each dog is evaluated against the breed's written standard. The judge examines each dog and places them according to how closely each dog compares with the judge's mental image of the perfect dog (as described in the breed's official standard).
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Dogs are judged on how close they come to a written standard describing the ideal dog in their breed when it comes to appearance, movement, temperament, and specific physical traits such as height and weight, coat, colors, eye color and shape, ear shape and placement, feet, tail and more.
|Basset Griffon Vendeen (Grand)||Mrs M C Hunt|
|Basset Griffon Vendeen (Petit)||Mr M Cocozza|
|Basset Hound||Mrs D Ellrich|
|Beagle||Miss S Parker|
The appearance fee amount had varied as between different litigants of the show: certain litigants had reported receiving a $500 appearance fee while others had reported receiving $100, and others $250. In addition to the appearance fee amount, litigants were paid $35 a day by the show.
While no one knows for sure how much the judges make, it has been reported that they used to make $250,000 per episode up to Season 2. Then, because of the popularity of the show, they each now get $1.2 million per season.