Please note, that the dog must reach the minimum age required for each class at the latest on the day of the show.
Once the entry for the show has closed it is not allowed to transfer a dog from one class to another.
|Puppies||6 – under 9 months|
|Junior||9 – under 18 months|
|Intermediate||15 – under 24 months|
|Open||from 15 months|
|Working||from 15 months
(a proof of entitlement must be enclosed with the entry form, WCC)
|Champion||from 15 months
(a proof of entitlement must be enclosed with the entry form)
|Veterans||from 8 years|
Unofficial class, no grading, placing from 1 to 4, honorary prize may be given, the best dog puppy and bitch puppy with honorary prize compete for the Best Puppy of the Breed.
9 – under 18 months, do not compete for CACIB, but compete for Junior-CAC and BOB. The best junior dog and bitch awarded "excellent" will compete for the best junior dog of the breed.
15 – under 24 months, compete for CAC, CACIB and BOB.
15 months onwards, compete for CAC, CACIB and BOB.
15 months onwards, a Working Class Certificate must be enclosed with the entry form. If the certificate is missing, the dog will be automatically entered in "Open class". Compete for CAC, CACIB, BOB.
15 months onwards, for International or National Champions, a copy of this certificate must be enclosed with the entry form. If the certificate is missing, the dog will be automatically entered in "Open class". Compete for CAC, CACIB and BOB.
8 years onwards, do not compete for CACIB but compete for Veteran-CAC and BOB. The best veteran dog and bitch awarded "excellent" will compete for the Best Veteran of the breed. Castrated dogs are not allowed to take part in the show.
The entering during the show is not possible.
A dog and a bitch of the same breed and variety and belonging to the same owner.
Consisting of minimum three and maximum five exhibits of the same breed and variety, no matter what gender, bred by the same person (same kennel name), even if they are not his property.
A sire or dam with minimum three and maximum five of his/her progeny (first generation, sons/daughters).
The following gradings are to be awarded:
Cannot be judged
The four best dogs of each class will be placed if graded at least "very good". Only the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th places will be awarded. Best of Breed will compete for the Best in Group.