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Judging the DH 2006 bw - the American Dwarf Hotot Rabbit Club

Judging the DH 2006 bw - the American Dwarf Hotot Rabbit Club

Judging the DH 2006 bw - the American Dwarf Hotot Rabbit

Applying the Standard The ears should be well furred with good substance and slightly rounded at the tip. Let’s apply the standard now. While checking the animal for any disqualifications, pay particular attention to the area behind the ears, tips of the ears and at the base of tail. Black spots are common in those areas. While evaluating the eyebands, look in the colored portion of the eye. Blue spots and/ or marbling is another area to watch for disqualifications. When properly posed, stand back and look at the top line. Make sure there is a gradual curve from the base of the ears to the top of the hips. Again, fault is given for any flatness, pinched, or undercut animals. One word of warning, you probably won’t be able to have more than two Dwarf Hotots posed at any one time. Their nature is one of curiosity and they don’t sit still for long periods of time. One look might be all you get. After evaluating the body, go back to the head, ears and eyebands. Remember, each are allocated 15 points. The head should be bold with good width between the eyes. Muzzle should be well filled and round in all directions. Faults should be given for long, narrow and pinched muzzles. The eyebands, ah yes! They should be uniformly round following the natural lines of the eye lids. A narrow, well defined band of colored fur. Color is to be as intense and dark as possible. Ideal width is the thickness of two pennies. Watch for breaks in the eyeband and areas of colored pigmentation without fur. This occurs on animals with extremely narrow eyebands. Heavy eyebands will have a tendency to have feathering. This occurs because the thicker the eyeband gets, the longer the fur is away from the eye. Fault for slightly irregular eyebands and disqualify for excessive feathering. In summary, the Dwarf Hotot is a compact animal with uniform width from shoulders to hips. A well rounded head with well furred ears to balance with the body. It is a pure white rabbit that happens to have black eyebands. The American Dwarf Hotot Rabbit Club Tonna Thomas, Sec./Treas. 22267 Hwy ZZ Marionville, MO 65705 417.463.7146 tthomas00@sbcglobal.net www.adhrc.com Judging the Dwarf The American Dwarf Hotot Rabbit Club “The Eyes of the Fancy”

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