Ginger Taffy - Rottweiler Kennel
Ginger Taffy
Rottweiler Kennel



Fédération Cynologique Internationale

Rottweiler klub České republiky

IFR rottweilers

Český kynologický svaz

Allgemeiner Deutscher Rottweiler-Klub e.V.

ČeskoMoravská Kynologická Unie


Dog Shows

Dog Shows in The Czech Republic

08. 01. – 10. 01. 2010 The National Dog Show Olomouc - web
06. 02. – 07. 02. 2010 The International Dog Show DUOCACIB Brno - web
10. 04. – 11. 04. 2010 The National Dog Show Ostrava - web
24. 04. – 25. 04. 2010 The International Dog Show České Budějovice - web
01. 05. – 02. 05. 2010 The International Dog Show Praha - web
22. 05. – 23. 05. 2010 The International Dog Show Nord Bohemia Canis Litoměřice - web
05. 06. – 06. 06. 2010 The National Dog Show Klatovy - web
19. 06. – 20. 06. 2010 The International Dog Show Intercanis Brno - web
17. 07. – 18. 07. 2010 The National Dog Show Mladá Boleslav - web
28. 08. – 29. 08. 2010 The International Dog Show Interdog Bohemia Mladá Boleslav - web
25. 09. – 26. 09. 2010 The National Dog Show Brno - web
09. 10. – 10. 10. 2010 The International Dog Show České Budějovice - web
06. 11. – 07. 11. 2010 The International Dog Show Praha - web

Types of the shows

a) Regional shows
b) Club shows (CAC, CAJC)
c) Special shows (CAC, CAJC)
d) National shows (CAC, CAJC)
e) International shows (CAC, CAJC, CACIB – FCI)

Classes (www.fci.be)

Double entries as well as late entries (after the closing date) are not permitted. Additional shows or competitions, when commonly held in the country where the CACIB show takes place, are permitted within the framework programme on the same showground, outside the official competition.

Only the following classes are recognised at CACIB shows sanctioned by the FCI:
a) Classes in which the CACIB can be awarded:
– Intermediate class: from 15 to 24 months
– Open Class: 15 months and over
– Working Class: 15 months and over
– Champion Class: 15 months and over
– Working Class: To enter a dog in working class, the entry form must be accompanied by a copy of the FCI compulsory certificate containing the confirmation -by the member country in which the holder and/or owner has his permanent place of residence- that the dog has passed the test as well as details about this test. The only breeds eligible for the working class are those appearing as working breeds in the FCI Breed Nomenclature, taking into account the exceptions granted to some countries for some breeds.
– Champion Class: To enter a dog in Champion Class, one of the following titles must have been confirmed by the day of the official closing date of entries; proof of this, by copy, must be enclosed with the entry form.

b) Classes in which the CACIB cannot be awarded:
– Baby Class: up to 6 months
– Puppy Class: from 6 to 9 months)
– Junior Class: from 9 to 18 months
– Veteran Class: from 8 years and over)
The decisive date in respect of age is the day the dog is shown.

c) Optional Collective Classes/Competitions:
To compete in these classes/competitions, the dogs must be registered individually in one of the compulsory classes.
– Brace/Couple Class/Competition : a dog and a bitch of the same breed and variety and belonging to the same owner.
– Breeders Class/Competition : consisting of minimum three and maximum five exhibits of the same breed and variety, without distinction of sex, bred by the same person (same kennel name), even if they are not his property.
– Progeny Class/Competition : a sire or dam with minimum three and maximum five of his progeny (first generation, sons/daughters).
These optional classes/competitions should preferably be judged in the breed-judging rings.

Qualifications and placings

The qualifications given by the judges must correspond to the following definitions:
Excellent may only be awarded to a dog which comes very close to the ideal standard of the breed, which is presented in excellent condition, displays a harmonious, well-balanced temperament, is of high class and has excellent posture. Its superior characteristics in respect of its breed permit that minor imperfections can be ignored; it must however have the typical features of its sex.
Very good may only be awarded to a dog which possesses the typical features of its breed, which has well-balanced proportions and is in correct condition. A few minor faults may be tolerated but none of a morphological nature. This award can only be granted to a dog that shows class.
Good is to be awarded to a dog that possesses the main features of its breed however showing faults provided these are not concealed.
Sufficient must be awarded to a dog which corresponds adequately to its breed, without possessing the generally accepted characteristics or whose physical condition leaves something to be desired.
Disqualified must be awarded to a dog which does not correspond to the type required by the breed standard; which shows a behaviour clearly not in line with its standard or which behaves aggressively; which has testicular abnormalities; which has dental flaw or a jaw anomaly; which shows a colour and/or coat imperfection or clearly shows signs of albinism. This qualification shall also be awarded to dogs that correspond so little to a single feature of the breed that their health is threatened. It should furthermore be awarded to dogs that show eliminating faults in regard to the breed standard.
Cannot be judged: This rating is to be given to any dog which does not move, constantly jumps up and down on its handler or tries to get out of the ring, makes it impossible to assess the gait and the movement or avoids constantly to be examined by the judge and makes it impossible to inspect teeth, anatomy and structure, tail or testicles. This rating is also to be given if traces of operations or treatment can be observed which seem to indicate that the exhibitor wanted to deceive the judge.

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