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The FCI has an expression in their rules that "a dog that is laming or suffering from an infectious disease" cannot participate in a trial. My question is - Does "laming" here refer to a permanent damage or temporary or both?

 

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The FCI has an expression in their rules that "a dog that is laming or suffering from an infectious disease" cannot participate in a trial. My question is - Does "laming" here refer to a permanent damage or temporary or both?

 

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I´d assume they mean the dog is going lame regardless of the nature of the lameness.

I mean the cause of lameness is irrelevant for the fitness of a dog to participate in a trial.The mere fact he is lame makes him unfit.

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