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    1. #11
      Senior Dog
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      Eastern Ontario Canada
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      Maybe they just meant "well build" to be able to work - structurally sound. not conformation to the lab standard or conformation competitions.

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      Jen C is right. If you are looking for a dog to compete in field trials then you should be looking at health clearances and pedigree. Field trial dogs need to be lighter in weight as the distances and expectations put on them put a heavy toll on their joints. If a dog is too heavy it is much harder on the joints.

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