Number of pages: 157
Cost for Hardcopy Only: $25 (includes S&H)
Because this course is designed for all breeds of dogs, no CD template is available
THE CANINE ANATOMY SEMINAR:
Claudia Orlandi gives a seminar which is based on the
Practical Canine Anatomy
Study Program. The seminar is an introduction to the topics that are
covered in the
Practical Canine Anatomy.
Included in the seminar is an optional hands-on workshop with live dogs
on how to estimate forequarter and hindquarter angulation. Clubs who are
interested in this presentation should contact Claudia Orlandi at email:
is no charge for the seminar other than travel expenses.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: The Practical Canine Anatomy textbook discusses key skeletal and surface parts of the dog that judges and breeders should know and approaches the topic of canine anatomy from the point of view of evaluating a dog’s structural balance based on 4 important elements, which include (1) size, (2) substance, (3) stance and (4) proportions. By discussing individual parts and how they relate to the all important structural balance of each dog, the goal is to reinforce the important judging principle of never losing sight of the whole dog and the idea that no one part is ever more important than the sum of a dog’s parts. A deck of flashcards is included along with a series of workbook exercises.