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They have a large variety of body language that they use to convey a “stay away” message.
Stood out for me on the day, a smart well presented dog, well balanced head with keen expression, nice length of neck, short backed, chest deep with good ribbing, hindquarters strong and well muscled, stifles well bent, coat harsh, moved with drive looked good from all angles.
2 Oddie, Dyer & Nagrecha's (Norwich), a lovely compact dog of good bone and substance, wedged shape head neat set ears, strong in muzzle, correct shoulder placement, well bodied, good tail set, best of coats, moved true both ways and in profile.
Puppy Group 4 : Bower Mrs W & Mr K – LAKERIDGE RIORDAN – (Irish Terrier) Another excellent dog well boned, constructed and balanced, excellent head, ears well set showing expression, moved and showed well, holding a good topline and tailset on the move, good angulation front and rear, excellent coat and colour, showed well.
WELKS 18 Judge: Mr Hans van den Berg [Netherlands] Not so many dogs in the group.