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Kudos for you deciding you don't want to breed!
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Remember that if you decide to show, you will have to keep her intact and deal with her heats, period, etc.
I personally can't understand why you can't show a fixed dog, if you don't plan on breeding them.
I wanted to get my pom into some minor showing, but I knew that spaying her was best so I didn't do it.

I would find someone to mentor you, does your dog's breeder show because that would be the ideal person.
Remember that showing takes alot of time and money, you have to travel around to get your points.
You have to learn how to properly show/stack your dog, unless you hire a pro handler.
Some pro handlers travel the country with different breeds and take the dogs to their different shows.
That way you can continue to work normally and someone else can show your dog across the country.
 

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Do they have a show for altered pure bred dogs?
Not that my girl is show quailty anyway, it would be fun to do.
 
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