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Paula's Little Sweetheart7 weeks agoAmerican Bulldog
New titles (AKC)1.8 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Registering a dog2 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Adding generation to Ped.2.1 years agoAmerican Bulldog
New Here2.4 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Adding an APBT to AB pedigree3 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Mississippi3 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Another great weekend of Agility3.1 years agoAmerican Bulldog
First AB to ever Acheive the Barn Hunt champion title of GRATCH2.8 years agoAmerican Bulldog
When is too soon to breed?3.4 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Fury's first conformation show.3.5 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Condolence for Al Walker3.6 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Registration Problem3.8 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Pigmentation3.8 years agoAmerican Bulldog
picture upload problem3.8 years agoAmerican Bulldog
New puppy3.8 years agoAmerican Bulldog
New title in the mail!4 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Presenting my new puppy!4.1 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Cost of ofa tests4.5 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Please help find decendants of my boys line4.6 years agoAmerican Bulldog

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HD Zuchtwert Breed Value Assessment Number

HD Zuchtwert Breed Value Assessment Number

The best tool for breeders in the fight against canine hip dysplasia (CHD), to come along in years, is the SV's HD Zuchtwert, or Breed value assessment number (HD ZW). The HD ZW number is an estimation of the probability that a dog will produce progeny with CHD. 

  • Starting Your Dog in Tracking

    Tracking is a sport where the people take the passenger’s seat.  The dog is in the lead and is able to confidently do what comes naturally to it, and we must learn to trust in this ability.  For some people, trusting the dog and letting it lead are two of the hardest parts of beginning work in tracking.

  • An Introduction to Competitive Obedience

    Everyone is familiar with sit, down, and come and other similar commands that are standard fare in the general obedience training class.  The novice handler might not be familiar with what competitive obedience looks like or realize that it’s really just a continuation of those basic skills.



 


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