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Great News! The BTCA, Inc. is now licensed for Agility Competitions. We are planning our first Competition November 5, 2018 at the Bella Vista Training Center in Lewisberry, Pa. This will be an AKC All Breed and Mixed Breed Agility Trial. For more information contact our Companion Sport Chair Yolando Russell at email@example.com or (516) 623-9249. We are also on the calendar for June 17th, 2019 and November 4, 2019. If we aren't prepared by November to enter, we have a whole year to practice!! Come out and see the Biewer Terriers show off their talents.
The new 4.0 has 6 individual tests in which to evaluate the dog, giving us more information to make a better analysis of whether we have a purebred or not. We take into consideration each test result and evaluate a dogs purity based on those results. Your dog may show inconclusive on one test and still be a purebred dog. For help contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Maryland Open Show Info:
Thursday, July 5, 2018; Catoctin Kennel Club; Judge Mrs. Valerie J. Brown
Friday, July 6, 2018; Northeastern Maryland Kennel Club; Judge Mr. Richard Todd Jackson
Friday, July 6, 2018; Biewer Terrier Club Of America; Judge Mr. Gregg G. Kantak
Saturday, July 7, 2018; Upper Marlboro Kennel Club; event not listed on AKC Open Show calendar.
Sunday, July 8, 2018; National Capital Kennel Club; Judge not approved as of listing.
All-Breed clubs offering NOHS at their events on or after October 8, 2015 will now award a Reserve Best Owner-Handled in Show just as is done for regular competition. Dogs awarded Reserve Best Owner-Handled in Show will receive 75 NOHS ranking points in addition to the NOHS ranking points awarded for Best of Breed and Group 1. FSS Open Shows: The AKC Board of Directors has expanded the types of clubs that are eligible to host FSS Open Shows to include all-breed clubs effective July 1, 2015. Please visit this page to view complete regulations for this competition. Applications and judging panels for FSS Open Shows can be found under the Downloadable Forms on our website.
To get a complete overview of these changes, please review the February 2015 Board Minutes.
If you have any further questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Junior Showmanship: For events held on or after October 7, 2015 the following changes were approved by the Board: Best Junior Handler must be offered if the club is offering Junior Showmanship classes. Clubs may offer Reserve Best Junior Handler. Such an award must be listed in the premium list and the ribbon/rosette color is Rose and Gray. Awarding Reserve Best Junior Handler will follow the format of awarding Reserve Winners in the conformation breed competition. After awarding Best Junior Handler, the second place winner from the class that the Best Junior Handler winner was in is to return to the ring to compete for Reserve Best Junior Handler.
The Certificate of Merit (CM) title is an introductory title to AKC conformation events.
Entrants in each breed shall compete for Best of Breed and Best of Opposite Sex to
Best of Breed. Winners of the Best of Breed in each of the individual breeds or varieties
will be awarded points toward the CM title based on the number of dogs defeated in their
breed or variety. Winners of Best of Opposite Sex to Best of Breed in each of the
individual breeds or varieties will be awarded points towards the Certificate of Merit (CM)
title based on the number of dogs defeated in their sex. Group winners will be eligible
for the highest number of points earned by any breed within that Group. Best in Show
will be eligible for the highest number of points earned by any breed entered.
The Certificate of Merit requires "15 points" awarded in accordance with the following
Dogs Competing Points:
2 dogs; earns 1 point
4 dogs; earns 2 points
8 dogs; earns 3 points
12 dogs; earns 4 points
16 dogs; earns 5 points