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The following list of Judges have been approved by the IOEBA.  
USA Judges
Judge State Status Contact
Ron Wall AR Probationary  (479) 644-6471    E-mail
Sandy Wall AR Senior  (479) 644-6471    E-mail
Tim Smith AZ Senior  (623) 334-1607    E-mail
Pablo Goytia CA Senior (415) 725-2286             
Bonnie Kelly CA Senior (408) 694-2399    E-mail
Michael P. Sheehan CA Probationary  (601) 365-3770    E-mail
Judy Walesch CA Senior  (530) 257-8203    E-mail
Clint Heffner DE Senior  (302) 218-7555    E-mail
Shawn Bram IA Senior  (319) 231-5383    E-mail
Jonathan Perrien MO Senior  (417) 924-2295    E-mail
R. Liz Perrien MO Senior  (417) 924-2295    E-mail
Ray Rodriguez MO Senior  (417) 924-2295    E-mail
William Perrien Jr. MO Senior  (417) 924-2295    E-mail
William V. Perrien MO Senior  (417) 924-2295    E-mail
Willie Sullivan MS Senior  (601) 785-6682    E-mail
Becky Maxwell OK Probationary  (512) 470-9310    E-mail
Michael Hughes PA Senior  (610) 212-3449    E-mail
Celeste Friedrich TX Senior  (830) 857-6828    E-mail
David Jones TX Senior  (832) 228-5181    E-mail
Chuck Coffey VA Senior  (757) 803-2076    E-mail
Ian Coffey VA Senior  (757) 323-9891    E-mail
International Judges
Judge Country Breeds Contact
IOEBA Licensed Conformation Judge's Application
Download:  IOEBA Licensed Conformation Judge Application

The Responsibilities & Role of the Judge

  Responsibilities:  Judging is a major responsibility and requires a detailed, secure knowledge of not only official IOEBA Breed Standards and type, but canine anatomy, physiology, and topology as well.  An IOEBA  Judge is required to properly evaluating structure, gait and breed type as detailed in the IOEBA Breed Standards.

 A Judge must be confident, able to evaluate and judge accurately, run a professional and efficient ring and deal with the stress difficult decision making.   Judges must be able to act at all times with honesty, integrity and impartiality.

A Judge has the enormous responsibility of determining which dogs will have a major impact on the future of the breeds being judged.

  Role: Judges examine the dogs, then give awards according to how closely each dog compares to the judge's mental image of the "perfect" dog described in the breed's official IOEBA breed standard.

The standard describes the characteristics that allow the breed to perform the function for which it was bred. These standards include specifications for structure, temperament and movement.

The official written standard for each breed is maintained by the registry and published by the IOEBA on its official website.

The judges are experts on the breeds they are judging. They examine ("go over") each dog with their hands to see if the teeth, muscles, bones and coat texture conform to the breed's standard. They view each dog in profile for overall balance, and watch each dog gait ("move") to see how all of those features fit together in action.


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