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Re: [PyrNet-L] Re: French National

Thanks very much Joan, I appreciate your reply regarding the judges. I am
told often times  French judges will be very verbal and expressive when
judging. I think it makes it all the more interesting to watch or better yet
to show under.........

Sandy Dyment,
Pyrview Reg'd Great Pyrenees.

-----Original Message-----
From: Joan Ziehl <joan@ziehl.com>
To: pyrnet-l@pyrnet.org <pyrnet-l@pyrnet.org>
Date: Monday, April 26, 1999 10:10 PM
Subject: Re: [PyrNet-L] Re: French National

>I'll answer both questions with one post--hopefully save some time.
>The judge(s) were M. Procureur, Guy Mansancal,  and Alain Pecoult (sp).
>all seemed to judge many classes.  They seemed to alternate when the best
>show was to be picked.  The funny part was when one of them made their
>choice, the other would shake his head and talk out loud!
>As far as the markings, the mastiffs were almost completly marked.  I'd say
>at least 75% of the body.  The whole head was marked and the sides and rump
>almost all marked.  I didn't find the pyrs in France any more marked than
>have in the US.  I have heard that the dogs in England are more heavily
>marked than either France or the US.
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