Yuma - Nature and Apprerance
The nature of Yuma was tested by DRC judge Birgit Muhr and assistant Birgit Winkmann on March 16th 2016.
(Resultes translated from German)
Temperament, movement and play impulse:
The 22 month old Toller-male presented himself today by good temperament and joyful in motion.
Endurance, faithlessness, strength, attention:
Playing behavior was demonstrated primarily with his humans. He has endurance persuing goals and has a high environmental attention.
Drive to hunt and to retrieve, track and seek impulse:
Predatory instinct is well visible, he carries the pray for himself playfully. Retriving was not demonstrated today unfortunately.
Subordination and bond:
The bond and willing for subordination are well.
Confidence in interaction with humans, Circle test, side position:
He is confident with humans but less interested. He subordinated in the circle and side position.
Confident at gunfire.
Confidence in optical and acutic stimuli:
He is vaguely excited during the parcours with optical and acustic stimuli and approches the stimuly partly on his own partly with his humans.
DRC Confirmation assessment
The body confirmation of Yuma was tested by DRC judge Dagmar Winter March 16th 2016.:
Head shaped well, correct facial expression, strong neck, well laid back shoulder. A bit too long rumb, might be a bit higher. Good bony substance. He moves with good drive.
Confirmation result: Very good
Confirmation assessment detail
|Bite||scissor bite, P2 upper left missing|
|Ears||correctly placed, slightly too big|
|Upper arm||bit short|
|Coating||Outer coat||very good|
NSDTRCN Youngster assessment
Apprerance and conformity of Yuma was assesst April 5th, 2015 by NSDTRCN judge Elisabeth Winkelman during the "Jonge Hondendag" in Apeldorn.
(Translation from Dutch, Dutch statement at the site navigation)
10 month old Toller male of bit smaler shape. Good expression and temprament. The ratios are suitable.
Haer of the good typ. Correct planted ears, good pigmentation, good bite. Almond-shaped eyes.
Good back and underline.
A bit small breath and depth of the chest.
Nice angulation of forelegs and backlegs.
Nice dark colour, falling apart on the back.
Nice long coat at the tail and backlegs.
Pratty nice movement. Forehand a bit loose appropriate to his age.
Presentation und behaviour:
Very good presentation. A friendly dog, easy to demonstrate.
We tested our Cullinan for widely spread skeletal dysplasia of Tollers.
The change in DNA sequence responsible for “chondrodystrophy" (CDDY).
The result shows Culli is clear - CDDY: "N/N"