Hindquarters & Tail

Hipbone powerful with angulation in balance with the correctly angulated front.

Upper thigh powerful and well-muscled.

Lower thigh (stifle to hock joint) long and strong.

Hock joint strong, well let down; when viewed from behind, hock joint and feet turn neighter in nor out.

Feet tight with well-arched toes and thick pads. There are no hind dew claws.

Fairly straight, well set on as a smooth extensio of the topline and reaching approximately to the hock joint; carried happily but without curl, never much above the level of the back.

2019 National Specialty
2019 National Specialty

2018 National Specialty

2017 FCRSC National Specialty

2016 FCRSC National Specialty

New ItemNew Booster scheduled for Saskatchewan

Results for Alberta Booster held January 2015

Results for Tracking Test in BC (Updated 2015-01-05)

2014 FCRSC Award Winners