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DOGS SA CACIB SHOW
Frequently Asked Questions
- Under FCI rules do Champions have to enter the Championship class and not their age class?
- The FCI regulations are not specific however under the regulations for the conduct of the ANKC/FCI show a Champion may be entered in its age class but not in Open.
- Will there be individual critiques?
- No, as this will reduce the number of dogs a judge can judge and significantly increase the entry cost
- Will there be BOB or Breed Critiques?
- No, the judge may not be a breed specialist Breed Critiques will not be provided
- What are you doing about Poodles? Will the Australian or FCI sizes apply?
- ANKC sizes and in Group 9 Companion and Toy Dogs
- Which Standards are used for a CACIB / ANKC Show?
- FCI standards and Groups.
- Where a dog is eligible for a CC under the ANKC standard but not under the FCI Standard, can a dog be awarded the ANKC CC but not the CACIB?
- Where a dog is eligible for an ANKC CC and the judges deems it of suitable quality then in may be awarded without the CACIB.
- Will there be 10 FCI Groups for General Specials or the combined Gundog and Hound Groups to make 7 as per Reg 5 Section 6.2?
- There will be 10 groups represented in General Specials including Baby and Puppy Classes
- Can docked dogs be shown without disqualification?
- Yes and under FCI regulations must be judged equally as non-docked dogs.
- What is the Class number for “Open” (non Champions) and “Champions” at CACIB Shows
- 11/11A (Open) and 21/21A (Champion)
- Will dogs be measured?
- This will be at the discretion of the judge but yes they may be.
- Will judges be able to disqualify dogs if they disqualifying faults with in the standard.
- Yes they will as they are judging under FCI standards.
- So to be precise, a dog with FCI champion title but NOT an Australian Ch title goes in Champion class, and not open, at an FCI ANKC show?
- If a dog has been awarded a Beauty Champion title by a controlling body recognised by the ANKC then it is a Champion. The title will be prefixed to its name e.g. NZ CH. It may also be eligible for an age class but not Open.