Become champion in different countries.

On this page you can find what your dog needs to become, for example, 'Dutch (Youth) Champion'.

To become a Champion, your dog must receive at least an Excellent to be awarded a National (CAC) or International (CACIB) point. Below are the qualifications that a judge can grant at a show, with an explanation of what the qualification entails.

When qualifying the dogs, the Judge chooses from the following qualifications:

A. Excellent; for dogs that meet the Standard in such a way that a slight deviation or a small flaw does not disturb the ideal breed image and the quality of the dog is such that it can qualify for a championship prize.

B. Very Good; for dogs that generally meet the Standard, but do not qualify for the qualification “Excellent” due to some imperfections that disrupt the ideal breed image.

C. Good; for dogs that still meet the Standard, but due to various deviations that clearly disrupt the ideal breed image, or do not qualify for a higher qualification due to a serious fault.

D. Moderate; for dogs that meet the Standard too little or do not qualify for a higher qualification due to a very serious fault.

When assessing the dogs, in addition to the breed standard, the judge also observes the rules that have been made about this and that are laid down in the Dutch “code of conduct for exterior judges” and the international rules established by the FCI.

Dogs that do not meet the Standard, display a disqualifying flaw under the Standard or have serious anatomical abnormalities that damage the health of the breed (including in accordance with the FCI rules), will be disqualified.

 

CAC:

CAC stands for Certificate d'Aptitude au Championnat. It is – literally translated – a certificate of fitness to become champion. This actually means that if your dog receives a CAC at an exhibition, the judge considers your dog suitable to be a champion. CAC is a national prize and therefore applies to national titles. You can earn a CAC at Championship Exhibitions and Championship Club Matches. Your dog must then become best male or best female of the breed and receive the qualification 'excellent'.

 

CACIB:

CACIB is the abbreviation of Certificat d'Aptitude au Championnat International de Beauté. According to the judge, your dog is then suitable to be an international beauty champion. So it is an international championship prize. Your dog can earn a CACIB at an international championship show by becoming best male or best bitch, getting an 'excellent' and he must be entered in open class, working class, champion class or in the 15 to 24 month old class. The dog must be registered in a recognized studbook.

 

Belgian champion; 4 CAC's of which at least 1 at a CAC-CACIB show under 3 different judges. There must be at least 1 year between the first and last CAC.

Belgian Youth Champion; after obtaining a minimum of 2 times 1 very good and 1 times 1 excellent in the youth class under three different judges.

Belgian Veteran Champion; after obtaining 4 times 1 excellent in the veteran class under 3 different judges.

The results for the youth and veteran champion can be obtained at the following exhibitions: CAC exhibition, CAC-CACIB exhibition all breeds and Open exhibition for all breeds.

 

Benelux Winner/Winster NL; followed by the year in which the title was obtained: this is awarded to every male and female that has received the CACIB at a Benelux Winner exhibition, provided the dog has obtained the qualification Excellent.

Benelux Youth Winner/Winster NL; followed by the year in which the title was obtained: this is awarded to the male and female, who has been placed as number 1 at a Benelux Winner exhibition in the Youth Class, provided the dog has obtained the qualification Excellent.

Benelux Veterans Winner/Winster NL; followed by the year in which the title was obtained: this is awarded to the male and female, who has been placed as number 1 at a Benelux Winner Exhibition in the Veteran Class, provided the dog has obtained the qualification Excellent.

 

Benelux Champion; this is awarded to the dog that has won three Benelux Winner titles, provided these prizes have been won in the three Benelux countries, being the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, under at least three different judges.

Benelux Junior Champion; this is awarded to the dog that has won two Benelux Youth Winner titles, provided that these prizes have been won in the two of the three Benelux countries, being the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.

Benelux Veteran Champion; this is awarded to the dog that has two Benelux Veteran Winner titles
achieved, provided that these prizes have been achieved in the two of the three Benelux countries, being the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.

To apply for the various Benelux titles, see; https://www.houdenvanhonden.nl/actief-met-je-hond/showen-met-je-hond/benelux-winner/

 

Bulgarian Champion; Your dog will receive the title “Champion of Bulgaria” if he has obtained 4 CAC's under 3 different judges and the last CAC must be obtained 365 days after the first.

Grand Champion of Bulgaria; Your dog will receive this title if he is already “Champion of Bulgaria” and has obtained another CAC at a Bulgarian show.

Balkan Champion; Your dog will receive this title if he is already “Grand Champion of Bulgaria” and obtained another CAC at a Bulgarian show.

Bulgarian Youth Champion; For this the dog needs 2 JCAC's under 2 different judges.

Junior Grand Champion of Bulgaria; The dog will receive this title if he is already “Junior Champion of Bulgaria” and obtained another JCAC at a Bulgarian show.

Junior Balkan Champion; The dog will receive this title if he is already “Junior Grand Champion of Bulgaria” and obtained another JCAC at a Bulgarian show.

Bulgarian Republican Federation of Cynology: www.brfk.org

 

Croatian Champion; The dog needs 4 CAC-HR of which 2 obtained at an International show under at least 3 different judges.

Croatian Veteran Champion; For this the dog needs 3 Veteran Dog Winner titles, awarded by 2 different judges.

Hrvatski Kinoloski Savez: www.hks.hr

 

Cyprus Champion of Beauty; 3 CAC's under 3 different judges on 3 different shows. A foreign dog with a Champion title, who has been reported in the Champion class and gets the CAC, is equal to “Cyprus Champion”.

Cyprus Junior Champion of Beauty; 3 times 1 Excellent in the Junior Class.

Multi Champion of Cyprus; The dog must already be “Cyprus Champion” and then obtain 5 CAC's on 5 shows under 5 different judges.

Grand Champion of Cyprus;  Your dog must already be “Cyprus Champion” and then obtain 8 CAC's in 8 shows under 8 different judges.

Cyprus Kennel Club: www.cypruskennelclub.net

 

Danish Champion; There are 2 ways to become “Danish Champion”;

A: the dog must obtain 3 CAC's under 3 different judges and the third must be obtained after 24 months.

B: the dog only needs 1 CAC if he already has a National Championship (eg Dutch Champion) from a country recognized by the FCI.

 

German Champion (VDH); “VDH Champion” the dog is obtained after submission of 5 Anwartschaften (CAC) in a period of at least 12 months under 3 different judges. 3 Anwartschaften must have been obtained at International or National exhibitions.

German Youth and Veteran Champion (VDH); For these titles the dog must be placed 3 times first (and the youth dog with an Excellent) under 2 different judges at International or National shows.

German 'VDH winner of the year'; your dog must obtain 4 CACIB within 1 calendar year (of which 2 at a weekend exhibition (VDH-Europasieger and International Show / Bundessieger- and International Show / German Winner- and International Show / VDH Annual Trophy- and International Show) and 2 at a other international show in germany).

In addition, the VDH also has several winner (Sieger) titles, namely:

  • Bundessieger
  • VDH-Europasieger
  • VDH-Annual Trophy Winner
  • German Winner

These titles, in combination with 1 extra anwartschaft, give the right to participate in the champion class in Germany.

Association for the German Hundewesen: www.vdh.de

 

English Champion; Your dog becomes “English Champion” when he obtains 3 Challenge Certificates under 3 different judges at Championship Shows. 1 of these CCs must have been passed after the age of 12 months.

The Kennel Club: www.thekennelclub.org.uk

 

Estonian Champion; For this your dog needs 3 CAC's or 2 JUN-CAC's and 2 CAC's from different judges or the dog is already “Estonian Youth Champion” and still has to obtain 1 CAC. 1 CAC must be obtained after 24 months.

The dog that already has a Championship from another country needs only 1 CAC to be awarded the title.

Estonian Youth Champion; 3 Junior Certificates (JUN-CAC) under 3 different judges. The dog that already has a Youth Championship from another country, only needs 1 JUN-CAC to be awarded the title.

Estonian Veteran Champion; The dog must be 3 times “Best Veteran of Breed” or “Best Veteran Opposite Sex” under 3 different judges. A foreign Veteran Champion must achieve "Best Veteran of Breed" or "Best Veteran Opposite Sex" 1 time to receive the title and this also applies to a dog that is already "Estonian Champion".

 

Baltic Champion; The dog that is Champion in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania will receive the title “Baltic Champion”.

Baltic Junior Champion; The dog that is Junior Champion in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania is awarded the title “Baltic Junior Champion”.

Baltic Veteran Champion; The dog that is Veteran Champion in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania will be awarded the title of “Baltic Veteran Champion”.

 

Finnish Champion; There are 2 ways to become “Finnish Champion”;

A: The dog must obtain 3 CAC's under 3 different judges and the third must be obtained after 24 months.

B: the dog only needs 1 CAC if he already has a National Championship (eg Dutch Champion) from a country recognized by the FCI.

Suomen Kennelliitto – Finska Kennel Club: www.kennelliito.fi

 

French Champion; This is one of the hardest titles to get. The dog must

a: Obtain 1 CACS at the French Championship Show (usually Paris) or 1 CACS at the Club Show (NE) or two reserve CACS's at the French Championship Show (usually Paris) or the Club Show (NE)

b: 1 CACS at a Breed Specialty Show.

c: 1 CACS at an International Show.

d: successfully pass a character test organized by the RALIE or a TAN (Natural Aptitude Test) or a CSAU (Certificate of Sociability and Aptitude to Work).

The CACSs b. and c. must be obtained within 2 years after the CACS of the French Championship Show, otherwise the obtained results will expire. The CACS's must be awarded by 3 different judges, of which 1 must be a French judge.

 

Georgian Champion; The title “Champion of Georgia” will be that dog that has received 3 CAC's from different judges.

If the dog is already a National Champion, he only needs 1 CAC.

Junior Champion of Georgia; 2 JCAC's from 2 different judges. If the dog is already a National Junior Champion, he only needs 1 JCAC.

Grand Champion of Georgia; If the dog is already Champion, he has to win the Champion Class twice with a “Class Winner” certificate from 2 different judges at 2 different shows.

Federation Cynologique de Georgie: www.fcg.ge

 

Gibraltar Champion; For this the dog needs 2 GCC's from 2 different judges.

Gibraltar Kennel Club: www.gkc.gi

 

Greek Champion; To become “Greek Champion” the dog needs 3 CAC's under 3 different judges.

Kennel Club of Greece: www.koe.gr

 

Hungarian Champion; The title “Hungarian Champion” is awarded to the dog that has won 4 CAC's under 3 different judges. There must be a period of 1 year and 1 day between the first and fourth CAC.

Hungarian Youth Champion; The dog must win the Junior Class 3 times under 2 different judges.

Hungarian Veteran Champion; 3 CAC's in the Veteran class under 2 different judges and at least 1 CAC on an International or a Club show.

Hungarian Grand Champion; The dog must win 4 CAC's in Champion Class, with 1 year and 1 day between the first and the last and under 3 different judges. The dog must already be Hungarian Champion.

Hungarian Kennel Club: www.kennelclub.hu

 

The “Real Sociedad Canina de España” (RSCE) and the “Clube Português de Canicultura” (CPC) have agreed to introduce the “Iberian Championship”, “Campeonato Ibérico” as of 2014. This title will be officially endorsed by both and can be obtained by any dog registered with a Kennel Club affiliated with the FCI.

Iberian Champion: To become “Iberian Champion” (Ch. IB) the dog must obtain 2 CACIB's, 1 CACIB in each country at a Championship Qualifier International Show under 2 different judges.

Iberian Youth Champion: To become “Iberian Junior Champion” (JCh. IB) the dog must obtain 2 CCJs, 1 CCJ in each country (RSCE and CPC) at a Championship Qualifier International Show under 2 different judges.

 

Irish Champion; To become “Irish Champion” the dog must obtain 7 Green Stars, under 7 different judges at IKC Championship Shows. 1 of these Green Stars must be obtained after the age of 15 months.

Irish Youth Champion; “Irish Junior Champion” is the dog by being placed first 5 times with an Excellent at Championship Shows.

Irish Annual Champion; This title will be awarded to the male or female who achieved the highest number of Green Stars (more than 5) during a year. If there are two dogs with the same number of Green Stars, the title goes to the dog with the most BOBs.

Irish Kennel Club: www.ikc.ie

 

International Champion; The title “International Champion” is awarded to the dog that has obtained 4 CACIB's, provided that:

A: these awards have been won in at least 3 different countries under at least 3 different judges, and

B: the last CACIB has been obtained at least 12 months after obtaining the first CACIB, 

C: the dog in question is registered in the main studbook and therefore has a full three-generation pedigree.

Federation Cynologique Internationale: www.fci.be

 

Italian Champion; For this the dog needs: 4 CAC's of which at least 2 from an International Show and 2 CAC's from a Specialty (Mostra Speciale) or Club Show (Raduno) under 4 different judges.

Ente Nazionale della Cinofilia Italiana: www.enci.it

 

Luxembourg Champion; The dog can get this title by;

A: 2 CACL's to be obtained at 2 International FCL exhibitions under 2 different judges.

B: 1 CACL, from an International Show of the FCL in combination with 1 CACL from a Club Special sponsored by the FCL, under 2 different judges.

C: 1 CACL from an International Exhibition of the FCL in the Champion Class.

Luxembourg Youth Champion; The title Luxembourg Youth Champion gets the number 1 placed dog in the youth class.

Federation Cynologique Luxembourgeoise: www.uchl.lu

 

Moldova Champion; The dog gets the title “Champion of Moldova” after;

a: To have obtained a CAC 4 times at a UChM's exhibition during 1 year and 1 day under 4 different judges.

b: 3 times CAC – 2 times CAC at a double International CACIB show + 1 CAC at a CAC show.

c: 2 times CAC at a CACIB show. 

d: at a “National Championship” the Best Male and the Best Bitch gets the title “Champion of Moldova”.

Moldova Youth Champion; 

a: 2 times Junior CAC on a double International CACIB show.

b: at a “National Championship” the Best Youth Male and Best Youth Bitch get the title of Champion of Moldova.

Then there's the title “Grand Champion of Moldova”The dog gets the title “Champion of Moldova” after repeating this and the title “Super Grand Champion of Moldova” gets the dog who repeats this again.

Uniunea Chinologica Din Moldava (UChM): www.fci.md

 

Monaco Champion; The title “Champion of Monaco” is awarded to the dog after he has obtained 2 CAC's under 2 different judges during 2 years.

Société Canine de Monaco : www.monacokennelclub.com/

 

Dutch champion; The title “Dutch Champion” is awarded to the dog that has obtained 4 CAC's, provided that the last CAC is obtained on or after the day on which the dog has reached the age of 27 months, or

a. If the dog has already obtained 4 or more CAC's before reaching this age, after reaching that age 1 reserve CAC has been obtained, and

b. The required CAC's by at least 2 judges have been awarded. A CAC obtained at a Winner Exhibition or at a Championship Club Match counts for 2 CAC's. This may only be used once for the same dog. A reserve CAC obtained at a Championship Club match, where the CAC counts double, counts for 1 CAC. 

4 or more reserve CACs count for 1 CAC.

Dutch Youth Champion;  The title “Dutch Youth Champion” is awarded to that dog that has achieved 3 times a first place with “excellent” in the Youth Class under at least 2 different Judges. The title “Dutch Youth Champion” yields 1 CAC.

Dutch Veteran Champion; The title "Dutch Veteran Champion" is awarded to the male or female who has achieved 3 times a first place with "excellent" in the Veteran Class under at least 2 different judges. The title Dutch Veteran Champion yields 1 CAC.

Winner; The title "Winner", respectively "Winster", followed by the year in which the title was obtained, is awarded to the best male and female, provided the dog has obtained the qualification "excellent" at a Winner exhibition.

youth winner; The title "Youth Winner", respectively "Youth Winner", followed by the year in which the title was obtained, is awarded to the male and female, who has been placed as number 1 at a Winner Exhibition in the Youth Class, provided the dog is qualified as "Excellent". " has reached.

veteran winner; The title "Veteranenwinner", or "Veteranenwinner", followed by the year in which the title was obtained, is awarded to the male or female, respectively, who has been placed as number 1 at a Winner Exhibition in the Veteran Class, provided the dog has the qualification achieved “excellent”.

Board of Directors on Kynological Area in the Netherlands: https://www.houdenvanhonden.nl/

 

Norwegian Champion; There are 2 ways to become “Norwegian Champion”;

A: the dog must obtain 3 CAC's under 3 different judges and the third must be obtained after 24 months.

B: the dog only needs 1 CAC if he already has a National Championship (eg Dutch Champion) from a country recognized by the FCI.

Dogs that are disqualified 3 times from a show due to fearful or aggressive behavior may NEVER be shown again!

Nordic Champion; The dog who is a National Champion in 3 different countries (Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland or Denmark) is awarded the title of “Nordic Champion”.

Norsk Kennel Club: www.nkk.no

 

Ukrainian Champion; For this title the dog must

a: Obtain 6 CAC's at CAC shows during 1 year and 1 day, awarded by 5 different judges, or

b: 3 CAC's at CAC shows and 1 CAC at a CACIB show for a minimum of 1 year and 1 day by different judges, or

c: 3 CACs on CAC shows and 1 CAC on the double CACIB Show in Kyiv (in April – “Golden Gates” and “Ukraine”, in December – “Kyiv Rus” and “Crystal Cup”) for a minimum of 6 months by different judges, or

d: 2 's at a double CACIB Dog Show in Ukraine and 1 CAC at the double CACIB Dog Show in Kyiv (in April – “Golden Gates” and “Ukraine”, in December – “Kyiv Rus” and “Crystal Cup”), or

e: 2 CAC's at the double CACIB Dog Show in Kyiv (in April – “Golden Gates” and “Ukraine”, in December – “Kyiv Rus” and “Crystal Cup”).

Ukrainian Youth Champion; The title “JUNIOR CHAMPION OF UKRAINE” gets that dog that

a: 3 JСАС's obtained at CAC exhibitions in the Ukraine, or

b: 2 JСАСs will be awarded at a double CACIB exhibition in Kyiv (in April – “Golden Gates” and “Ukraine”, in December – “Kyiv Rus” and “Crystal Cup”), or

c: 2 JСАС's awarded at a double CACIB exhibition in the Ukraine and already National Youth Champion in his own country, or

d: 1 JCAC from an exhibition in the Ukraine and 1 certificate of “Best Junior Dog” or “Best Junior Bitch” from a 'National Breed Championships' in Kyiv.

The title “Junior Grand Champion of Ukraine” is awarded with the same rules as “Junior Champion of Ukraine” to the dog that is already “Junior Champion of Ukraine”.

Ukrainian Veteran Champion; “CHAMPION OF THE VETERANS OF UKRAINE” the dog becomes 2 times 1 Excellent at a CAC show in the Ukraine and 1 time 1 Excellent at a CACIB Dog Show in the Ukraine under different judges.
“Champion of Ukrainian Kennel Union”; (This title does not entitle him to compete in the Champion Class) “CHAMPION OF UKRAINIAN KENNEL UNION” will be that hound that gets 2 's and 2 САСIB's at the double CACIB Dog Shows in Kyiv (in April – “Golden Gates” and “Ukraine ”, in December – “Kyiv Rus” and “Crystal Cup”).

“Grand Champion of Ukraine”; The title “GRAND CHAMPION OF UKRAINE” will be awarded to that hound who can present the following certificates: JCH + CH (4 times), or JCH + JGRCH + CH (3 times), or CH (5 times), or ЧК (Club Champion) + CH (3 times), or JCH + ЧК (Club Champion) +CH (2 times), or JCH + JGRCH + ЧК (Club Champion) + CH (1 time).

"BBC" (Best Representative of the Breed in Ukraine); The “BBB” goes to that dog who,

a: 6 times BOB at a САС Dog Shows in the Ukraine during a period of 1 year and 1 day, awarded by at least 5 different judges,

b: 3 times BOB on CАС Dog Shows in the Ukraine + 1 BOB on a CACIB Dog Show during a period of 1 year and 1 day, awarded by different judges,

c: 3 BOBs at a CАС Dog Show in Ukraine + 1 BOB at the double CACIB Dog Show in Kyiv (in April – “Golden Gates” and “Ukraine”, in December – “Kyiv Rus” and “Crystal Cup”) for more than 6 months, given by different judges,

d: 2 times BOB at a double CACIB Dog Show in Ukraine and 1 time BOB at the double CACIB Dog Show in Kyiv (in April – “Golden Gates” and “Ukraine”, in December – “Kyiv Rus” and “Crystal Cup”) ,

e: 2 BOBs at the double CACIB Dog Show in Kyiv (in April – “Golden Gates” and “Ukraine”, in December – “Kyiv Rus” and “Crystal Cup”).

“Super Grand Champion of Ukraine”; The title “SUPER GRAND CHAMPION OF UKRAINE” deserves that dog who has the titles GRCH and BBB.

1 САС = R.CAC + R.CACIB (gained on one show).

Ukrainian Kennel Union: www.uku.com.ua

 

Austrian Champion; This title is given to the dog that has obtained 4 CACA's under 3 different judges. 2 CACA's can also be obtained at a National or Club show. There must be at least 1 year between the first CACA and the last.

Austrian Exhibition Champion; “Austrian Exhibition Champion with year” gets that dog who can present at least 5 exhibition results from International exhibitions within 1 year. The male or female with the highest number of points gets the title.

Austrian Youth Champion; For this the dog needs 3 CACA's with an Excellent (Jugendbester CACA). 2 of these CACA's must be obtained in the Youth class, 1 can be obtained in the Intermediate, Open or Working class under the age of 24 months and they must be awarded by at least 2 different judges.

Austrian Veteran Champion; The title “Austrian Veteran Champion” is given to that veteran (in the Veteran Class) who has received the CACA with an Excellent 3 times.

Österreichischer Kynologischerverband: www.oekv.at

 

Polish Champion; For the title “Polish Show Champion” the dog must obtain 3 CWC's under 3 different judges, at least 1 of these CWC's must have been obtained at an International or Club show. There must be at least 6 months between the first and last CWC.

Polish Youth Champion: For this the dog has to get 3 times 1 Excellent under 3 different judges. At least 1 of these Excellents must have been obtained at an International or Club show.

Zwiazek Kynologiczny w Polsce: www.zkwp.pl

 

Portuguese Show Champion; The dog must obtain 3 CAC's at a national or international show in Portugal and 1 CAC-QC at a Championship Qualifier Show or the breed club's show. Furthermore, the dog must have obtained the qualification Excellent in 1 of the compulsory classes during the Championship Qualifier Shows in Porto or Lisbon and during the official Breed Club Championship Qualifier Show.

Portuguese National Beauty Champion; This title is given to the dog that has obtained 4 CAC's under at least 3 different judges.

Portuguese Grand Champion; For this, the dog must win 6 CACs at Portuguese shows, of which at least 3 at an International Show, where 2 of the CACs must have been won at a Championship Qualifier Show or 1 of the CACs must have been won at an International Championship Qualifier Show and the other during the official Breed Club Championship Qualifier Show. The dog must already hold the title of Portuguese National Beauty Champion.

Portuguese Youth Champion; the dog becomes by winning the Youth CAC with the qualification Excellent 4 times under 3 different judges.

Clube Portugés de Canicultura: www.cpc.pt

 

Romanian Champion; that dog that has 3 CAC's under 3 different judges is obtained over a period of more than 7 months. 1 CAC must be obtained at a CACIB show, 1 CAC must be obtained at a National or Club show, 1 CAC must be obtained at a Championship Show and a maximum qualification must be obtained during a Club show (if no Club show is at a CACIB or National show). If the dog is already a Champion in another country, 1 CACIB is sufficient. He can also become “Romanian Champion” if he takes the CACIB at an Open show that is organized annually with a CACIB show.

Romanian Champion CUM LAUDEA; The dog gets this title if he is already “Romanian Champion” and obtained 2 CACL's from the Champion class.

Romanian Youth Champion; 2 CACJ's from 2 different judges of which 1 CACJ obtained during a CACIB show. He can also get the title if he becomes “Best Junior” during the Open show, which is organized annually with a CACIB show.

Romanian Veteran Champion; The dog can only get this title if he is already “Romanian Champion” and subsequently obtained 2 CACV's in the Veteran class.

Asociatia Chinologica Romana: www.ach.ro

 

Slovenian Grand Champion (Gr.Ch.Slo): can be awarded to the dog that is already Slovenian Champion and achieves the following; 4 CAC SLO in Champion Class + at least 3 CAC SLO obtained at International Shows + at least 1 CAC SLO must have been awarded with the BOB at an International Show + at least 3 points must be awarded by different judges.

Slovenian Champion (Ch.Slo.): 4 CAC SLO with at least 366 days between the first and the last CAC, at least 2 CAC SLO must be obtained at International Shows, all 4 CAC SLO must be obtained under different judges.

Slovenian Junior Champion (Ch.J.Slo): 3 Junior Winner (PRM) at International or National Shows, at least 1 PRM must have been obtained at an International Show, all 3 must be awarded by different judges, instead of 1 PRM can also be used 1 CAC SLO obtained in the Intermediate Class before the age of 24 months. The CAC SLO used in this way can no longer be used for the title CH SLO.

Veteran Champion of Slovenia (Ch.V.Slo): 3 qualifications Excellent 1 in Veteran Class won at National and International Shows in Slovenia, at least 1 of these must have been obtained at an International Show, all three qualifications must be awarded by different judges or 1 qualification Excellent 1 from a show in Slovenia in Veteran Class for the dogs that are already Veteran Champion in their own country.

KINOLOŠKA ZVEZA SLOVENIA: http://www.kinoloska.si

Spanish Champion; For this title, the dog needs 4 CAC's, 1 of which at an International Show organized by the RSCE or another kennel club that cooperates with the RSCE or 4 CAC's, 1 of which has been obtained at a Club Show of the relevant breed and where the CAC of the RSCE is acknowledged.

Spanish Youth Champion; For this the dog needs 3 CCJ's of which at least 1 obtained at an International show organized by the RSCE or obtained at a Club Show of the relevant breed under 3 different judges.

Real Sociedad Central de Fomento de Razas Caninas en España: www.rsce.es

 

Czech Champion; 4 CAC's of which 2 obtained at an International show, during at least 2 years and under 2 different judges.

Czech Veteran Champion; 3 times 1 Excellent in the Veteran Class of which at least 1 at an International Show under 2 different judges.

Czech Youth Champion; 3 times 1 Excellent in the age of 9 to 24 months of which 2 in the Youth class and 1 can be obtained in the Open, Working, Intermediate or Winner class under 2 different judges.

Czech Grand Champion; The dog must already be Czech Champion and then obtain 3 CAC's in Champion Class at International (at least 1 CAC), National, Club or Specialty shows under at least 2 different judges.

Ceskomoravska Kynologická Union: www.cmku.cz

 

World champion; This is the title given to the dog, male and female, which is awarded the CACIB during the World Exhibition (which is organized every year in a different country).

Youth World Champion; This title is only for the winner of the Youth Class, male and female, who also obtained an Excellent during the World Exhibition.

 

Swedish Champion; There are 2 ways to become “Swedish Champion”;

a: the dog must obtain 3 CAC's under 3 different judges and the third must be obtained after 24 months.

b: the dog only needs 1 CAC if he already has a National Championship (eg Dutch Champion) from a country recognized by the FCI.

Svenska Kennel Club: www.skk.se      

 

Swiss Champion; For “Swiss Beauty Champion” the dog needs 4 CAC's from at least 3 different judges and at least 2 International Shows. There must be 1 year and 1 day between the first and last CAC.

Swiss Youth Champion; for this the dog needs 3 JCAC's from at least 2 different judges, of which 1 JCAC from an International show.

Swiss Veteran Champion;  for this the dog needs 3 VCAC's from at least 2 different judges, of which 1 VCAC from an International show.

Société Cynologique Suisse: www.skg.ch