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    Default Judge thinks he is a neurologist

    Had to smile at this Judges's comments at the start of his critique on a show he judged


    http://www.thecavalierclub.co.uk/start.html

    Whatever next, he must have delusions of grandeur.


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    This is the direct link:

    http://www.thecavalierclub.co.uk/sho...9/welks09.html

    Well how nice for him! I am sure we can line up a few to demonstrate, if he'd like to be better informed and not look like such an insensitive ... man. But then maybe this is a problem with CKCS judges generally -- amongst the circle of judge colleagues in the UK is a woman just recently reinstated as a judge who only a couple of years ago was convicted by the RSPCA in one of the biggest cruelty cases of the past decade in the UK ... cruelty to cavaliers as well; which she is now back judging. Go figure.
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    Copied for posterity. This is a very useful comment to submit to the Bateson enquiry on the general attitude from the show world authorities on health issues... extraordinary he added such comments.
    Karlin
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    There was a comment in a critique a while back about the size of a winning cavalier's head which also raised a few eyebrows!
    It seems that a poor dog can't even be allowed the satisfaction of a good scratch now.
    Makes you wonder what would have happened if your Mri scanned clear dog had the misfortune to apply it's paw to it's left ear on the day.
    It's good sometimes to be a pet owner and not to have to worry about such things.
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