I do get compensated. I get free admission to watch the best dogs in the country, all the while why I sit in the best seat in the house. Better than anyone else, right behind the line.
Is there a better place to be to learn how dogs react or how the good handlers run their dogs?
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Somebody is giving up their weekend when I'm running, we should all try to do the same a couple a weekend per year.
I judge because I am judged. No judges, no game to play . A club pays gas and tolls , gives me some chow and a place to shower and sleep . I get to see my friends and their dogs all weekend Or, better yet , make new friends !! (hopefully not lose any friends ,LOL) I give up vacation days ,wear and tear on the truck and once in a while run over my own dog ........... To pay me means I have to answer to someone .You can ask my bosses how that works And just like those college football players , will the move to unionize be far behind ?? Off to laugh while training thinking of this regards..........
SEMPER FI . FROM MY COLD , DEAD HANDS .
I believe show judges are compensated so much per dog judged and the fee is part of the entry fee. I don't know how much it is. I don't think it is very much. And, I don't know what judges get for judging groups and best.
As far as compensating HT/FT judges. That would probably be opening a can of worms no one really wants to deal with.
obedience judges are compensated, too.
I have no idea if this is anywhere near accurate, but here is the alleged salary for dog show (bench) judges:
And the AKC requirements to be a dog show judge (from the AKC website):
To give you a better idea of the experience you need before applying to become a new breed judge, here are some of the prerequisites: at least 10 years of involvement in the sport; breeding and raising at least four litters of one breed; and producing at least two breed champions from those litters.
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