Judging Schedule

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How to read a Judging Schedule
This will help you know when you need to be in the building to show your dog or help you figure out when a specific breed is going to show on that day.
The dogs are split into 7 Groups – Sporting, Hound, Working, Terrier, Toy, Non-Sporting and Herding.  Know what group the dog you are looking for is in and what time the group starts.  This time will be posted at the beginning of the Group Column.  Count all the dogs from the start time to the breed you are looking for.  Times this number by 2 and relate that to a clock.  So if the group begins at 9 a.m. and there are 43 dogs ahead of yours, times 43 by 2 = 86 (86 minutes) that means the approximate time your dog will be showing is 10:26 a.m.
When showing, always be in the building at least 1 hour before your scheduled time.  Sometimes judges run a bit fast in their judging and you do not want to miss your ring.
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