CANS - Rules for Obtaining a CFC Championship

 

NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS


Please click here to download the form to obtain Championship status.

If you have shown a dog as 'listed', you must present proof of registration number before a Championship title will be awarded.


Rules for obtaining a Canine Federation of Canada Championship:


I. CFC Championship can be obtained for dogs who receive 3 CACS (Certificate of aptitude for the championship of conformity to the standard) and a rating of EXCELLENT given from 3 different judges. All dogs over the age of 15 months are eligible for a full CFC championship and whose breed is fully recognized by the Canine Federation of Canada or by the Federation Cynologique Internationale (F.C.I.).

II. CACS: One CACS per breed and per sex (male and female) will be giving. The following classes will compete for the CACS : Working, Intermediate and Open.

III. A CFC Champion can become an Elite Champion if he/she compete in the Champion class. To get the title Elite Champion, he has to receive 4 CACSC from 4 different judges. The title of Elite Champion will be sent as soon as the dog will receive the forth CACSC and the owner notifies the CFC.

IV. A CACSC are given at the judges discretion to the best male and the best female of the Champion Class.

V. You must notify the CFC when your dog has attained all of the requirements, which qualifies your dog as a Canadian CFC Champion. You must follow all the rules and regulations to receive your championship certificate. No dog will be officially a Canadian CFC Champion until the certificate of championship is issued. You must send a photocopy of your dog’s CACS along with a cheque of 10$.

VI. You must notify the CFC when your dog has attained all of the requirements, which qualifies your dog as a Canadian CFC ELITE Champion. You must follow all the rules and regulations to receive your ELITEchampionship certificate. No dog will be officially a Canadian CFC ELITEChampion until the certificate of championship is issued. You must send a photocopy of your dog’s CACSC along with a cheque of 10$.

VII. Junior Championship title: A Junior (9 to 18 mth) can obtained a CH title when he/she has accumulated 3 Best Junior cards with the rating of Excellent and 1st placement have been awarded. You must notify the CFC by sending a photocopy of your dog’s 3 Best Junior cards along with a cheque of 10$. A Junior Champion cannot qualify to compete in the Champion class (adulte). Nor is it to be considered full entitlement of a Canadian Canine Federation of Canada Championship.

VIII. A dog must have a certified pedigree with at least three (3) generations, issued by an organization recognized by the Canine Federation of Canada, by all countries members of the Federation Cynologique Interntionale (F.C.I.) The Kennel Club (England), The United Kennel club, AKC or CKC.

FOR BREEDS RECOGNIZED BY THE FEDERAL CYNOLOGIQUE INTERNATIONAL (FCI), THE APPROVED BREED STANDARDS FOR THE ORGANIZATION WILL BE USED FOR THE CFC SHOWS.

REGISTRATION

Registration forms received incomplete or without complete payment will not be accepted. In the event that a cheque payable for entry fees is returned NSF , there will be a service charge of $20.00 per cheque .

Make all cheques/money orders payable to the Canine Federation of Canada; the CFC cannot assume responsibility for cash sent through the mail.

Entry fees shall NOT be refunded in the event a dog is absent , excused by Veterinarian or Judge , disqualified , or barred from competition by the CFC. In the event of riots , civil disturbance or other acts beyond the control of the CFC, it becomes impossible to open or complete the show , no refunds will be made.
NO ENTRY FEES will be returned after the closing date and time.
NO CHANGE OR CANCELLATION of any entry after closing date and time will be permitted.
NO ENTRY shall be made and no ent