In AKC Conformation the judge compares each newfoundland to the breed standard, the written description for the breed. The dog and bitch that "conform" best to the Standard in the Judge's opinion that day are awarded Championship Points. The number of points awarded are based upon the number of newfoundlands entered in each sex.
The OWNC holds a Supported Entry 1-2 times each year. For more information see our Events Listing.
Dog Show Superintendents:
- A Beginner's Guide to Dog Shows
- Counting Points at Dog Shows
- Counting Grand Championship Points at Dog Shows
- Getting Points Online
- Raising A Champion: A Beginners Guide to Showing Dogs by John & Richards
AKC Junior Showmanship is for children 9 to 18 years of age to learn about showing and the sport of purebred dogs. The Junior Handler is judged on his/her ability to present the dog in the ring. Junior Showmanship is included in most all breed shows across the area.
Newfoundland Grooming Videos with Penny Shubert & Eric Salas