Rules applying to adf sanctioned shows.
ADF sanctioned dog shows are very
much like any other registering body
such as akc,ukc, ckc, these registering
bodies adf, akc,ukc and ckc are about
promoting dog breeds in obedience and
in the show ring. The American dog
federation adf, respects the other dog
registry american kennel club ,united
kennel club ukc and the continental
kennel club
ckc All dog clubs must get permission to
hold a sanctioned show from the
American Dog Federation, American  
Kennel Club United Kennel Club and
Continental Kennel Club all of whom
have
shows that hede dog clubs sanction.
Rules applying to adf sanctioned shows. ADF sanctioned dog shows are very much like any other registering body such as akc,ukc, ckc, these registering bodies adf, akc,ukc and ckc are about
promoting dog breeds in obedience and in the show ring. The American dog federation adf, respects the other dog registry american kennel club ,united kennel club ukc and the continental kennel club
ckc All dog clubs must get permission to hold a sanctioned show from the American Dog Federation, American  Kennel Club United Kennel Club and Continental Kennel Club all of whom have
shows that hede dog clubs sanction.
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Canis Panther Working Group 5

The Canis Panther                                   Working Group 5

is the ultimate  protector. Created with personal protection in mind.  The Canis
Panther is highly intelligent  and very agile, the Canis Panther excels in
obedience, agility and personal protection. The Canis Panther paints a picture
of strength,
beauty and elegance  even though the body is heavily muscled. The Canis
Pantheris a natural protector, very loyal to its owner and family pack. They
will do
anything you ask of them

Temperament
The Canis Panther is a very sensitive and loving animal to its family pack. They
arevery intelligent, easy to train and extremely loyal.   They are very defensive
of their territory. The Canis Panther  should be well socialized, preferably
when young with both dogs and people, especially with children, as the breed
tends to be naturally wary of strangers, though he is very friendly with those he
knows. In
order to successfully keep a Canis Panther the family must achieve
a pack leader status. It is a natural instinct for a dog to have an order in their
pack. When we humans live with dogs, we become their pack. The entire
pack cooperates under a single leader. Lines are clearly defined and rules are
set.
Because a dog communicates his displeasure with growling and eventually
biting, all other humans MUST be higher up in the order than the dog. The
humans must be the ones making the decisions, not the dogs. That is the only
way your relationship with your dog can be a complete success.

Description
Height, Weight
Height: Males 27-30 inches (68-77 cm) Females: 24-27 inches (62-68)
Weight: Males 120-140 pounds (54-63 kg) Females 85- 105 pounds (38-48
kg)
Body is heavily muscled with a wide chest. The head  has a wide jaw and a
fine
nose. Ears cropped, tails docked and rear dews removed. The breed
standard is
solid in the colors: chocolate, black, buckskin, & blue.
Health Problems: There are none known
Coat:  short
Exercise: As with any dog supervised and controlled workouts will round out
the
dogs  physical and mental well being.
Life Expectancy: About 10-11 years
Grooming: No special treatment needed.
Origin
This breed was developed in the USA in the 1970s by Mr. Cleotha " Scorpio "
Jones, Mr. Michael Stratten, and Mr. Lucas Lopez by using the Black Great
Dane, Black Labrador, Doberman Pinscher, and the Staffordshire Terrier.
Today
the Canis Panther breeds true. We have established bloodlines and multi-
generation pedigrees. Also other breeds have been used, Mastiff breeds
including
Dogue De Bordeaux, Cane Corso.


                  
      
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