EVALUATION, AWARDS, TITLES
3.1. In all classes except for baby and puppy classes following evaluation can be earned: “excellent”, “very good”, “good”, “satisfactory”. Baby and puppy evaluation is estimated by “very promising”, “promising”, “low perspective”.
3.2. Dogs with eliminating faults are not evaluated.
3.3. Placing in the ring is carried out for dogs obtaining mark “excellent”, and defined only the first three places, the rest at the discretion of the expert.
3.4. Dogs who won first place in the ring, or the discretion of the expert can be given a title:
- WKUCACIB (Candidate for International Champion of Breed) – is awarded only at international dogs shows to a male and female winning in the following: young, open, working, winners and champions classes.
- R.CACIB-WKU (reserve candidate for International Champion of Breed) – awards to the female and the stud dog similarly to entitlement of WKUCACIB but to those dogs, who were placed second in the exhibition ring for young, open, working, winners and champions classes.
- CAC-WKU (candidate for national champions of breed) – awards to the best female and male, who won first place with an evaluation mark EXCELLENT in the young, open, working, winners and champions classes.
- R.CAC-WKU (reserve candidate for national champions of breed) – awards to the female and the dog, won second place with a mark EXCELLENT in the young, open, working, winners and champions classes.
- BOB (Best of Breed) – Awards when comparing the best male dog and female of a breed. BOB is not awarded in the junior class.
- WJC – (Candidate for young national champion of Breed) – awards to the best female and male dog, who won first place with a mark EXCELLENT in the junior class. The best representative of the class is sent to the best juniors in group competition.
All reserved certificates may be awarded only on condition that the main certificates are awarded. So, R.CAC cannot be awarded if CAC certificate was not awarded, and no R.CACIB can be awarded unless WKUCACIB was awarded .
At the international dog shows, the judge, at its discretion, may assign title CAC to a dog, but do not assign CACIB.
- BIS-B, BIS-P, BIS-J, BIS-V (these titles are awarded at the discretion of the organisers of a show) Best Baby, Puppy, Junior, Veteran of the show are selected by comparing the best Babies, Puppies, Juniors and Veterans of all breeds participating in the show.
- BIG (Best in Group) – the best in group WKU, in each group among the Best of Breed (BOB). Judge determines at least 3 best dogs, the first of which earns title BIG.
- BIS (Best in Show) – Best dog in Show, comparing the winners of the groups WKU (BIG), the first of which earns title BIS.