Titles Translated

Weight pull, Protection, Agility, Flyball... you name it!

Postby mnp13 » March 10th, 2006, 12:53 pm

A dictionary for firguring out the alphabet soup that ends up bafore and after some dog's names, with proper placement of title

AKC - American Kennel Club
UKC - United Kennel Club
CKC - Canadian Kennel Club
ADBA - American Dog Breeders Association
ATTS - American Temperament Test Society

PR - Purple Ribbon from UKC, before

CGC - Canine Good Citizen (award) from the AKC, after
TDI - therapy dog certification with Therapy Dogs International, after
TT - Temperament Test by ATTS, after

PSA - Protection Sports Association
PDC - Protection Dog Certificate from PSA, after
PSA 1,2,3 - PSA protection titles, after
TC - obedience title from PSA, after

BH - obedience title from Schutzhund, after
ScH I,II,III - Schutzhund titles, after
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Postby bahamutt99 » March 10th, 2006, 6:59 pm

Can I add to this?

IWPA - International Weight Pull Association

CH - UKC, ADBA, or AKC conformation Champion, before
GRCH - UKC or ADBA conformation Grand Champion, before

TT - Temperament Test by ATTS, after

SCT - Social Compatibility Test by the Federation for the American Staffordshire Terrier. (I don't know if they still offer this title, but I've had people ask me about it because Jedi has one.)

UWP - United Weight Puller, UKC weight pull (WP) title, before
UWPCH - United Weight Pull Champion (CH), UKC weight pull title, before
UWPCHX - United Weight Pull CH Excellent, UKC WP title, before
UWPCHV - United Weight Pull CH Versatile, UKC WP title, before
UWPCHO - United Weight Pull CH Outstanding, UKC WP title, before
UWPCHS - United Weight Pull CH Supreme, UKC WP title, before

WD - Working Dog, IWPA weight pull title, after
WDX - Working Dog Excellent, IWPA weight pull title, after
WDS - Working Dog Superior, IWPA weight pull title, after

UAGI - United Agility I, UKC Agility title, before
UAGII - United Agility II, UKC Agility title, before
UACH - United Agility Champion, UKC Agility title, before
UACHX - United Agility Champion Excellent, UKC Agility title, before
UGRACH - United Grand Agility Champion, UKC Agility title, before
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Postby Malli » March 10th, 2006, 7:21 pm

hm, anyone know what AD means with respect to a Schthund trial?

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Postby bahamutt99 » March 11th, 2006, 1:29 am

I think its an endurance test. In DJ's book, she says its a test where the dog is ran alongside a bike for 12 miles.
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Postby Malli » March 11th, 2006, 4:41 am

cool.

Hey, theres some great ones on another thread, katiek0417 posted a bunch, can I copy them here??

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Postby cheekymunkee » March 11th, 2006, 1:38 pm

Malli wrote:cool.

Hey, theres some great ones on another thread, katiek0417 posted a bunch, can I copy them here??

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Postby Malli » March 11th, 2006, 2:13 pm

katiek0417 wrote:The BH is for basic companion dog obedience, FH is tracking, and AD is endurance.

SchHA Novice Schutzhund obedience and protection
Bh Basic companion dog - traffic sureness
WH Watch Dog
AD Endurance
SchH1 Novice Schutzhund qualification in tracking, obedience, and
protection
SchH2 Intermediate Schutzhund qualification in tracking,
obedience, and protection
SchH3 Masters level of Schutzhund tracking, obedience, and
protection.
FH1 Advanced tracking
FH2 Superior tracking qualification.
IPO1 International Novice Schutzhund trial qualification.
IPO2 International Intermediate Schutzhund.
IPO3 International Masters level Schutzhund.
BpDH1 2 Railroad Police Dog
BIH Blind Leader Dog
DH Service Dog
DPH Service Police Dog
HGH Herding Dog
LwH Avalanche Dog
PFP1 PFP2 Police Tracking Dog
PH Police Dog (obtained through the Danish
Politihundeforeningen, a police dog association open to
civilians)
PSP1,2,3 Police Guard Dog
RtH Rescue Dog
ZFH Customs Tracking Dog
ZH1, 2 3 Customs Dog

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http://www.workingdogs.com/working_titles.htm

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Postby Pitcrew » March 12th, 2006, 10:27 am

Here are some AKC agility titles, they all go after.
NA - novice agility (standard)
NAJ - novice agility jumpers
OA - open agility (standard)
OAJ - open agility jumpers
AX - agility excellent (standard)
AXJ - agility excellent jumpers
MX - masters agility excellent (standard)
MXJ - masters agility excllent jumpers

Preferred classes are the same as above, but with 1 jump height lower and a slightly slower qualifying time. Usually competing with older dogs.
NAP, NJP, OAJ, OJP, AXP, AJP, MXP, MJP
And dont forget MACH (master agility champion) which goes in front of the name.

There is also AKC obedience,
CD - companion dog (novice)
CDX - companion dog excellent (open)
UD - utility dog
UDX - utility dog excellent
OTCH - obedience trial champion (in front of the name)

and Rally-O titles
RN - rally novice
RA - rally advanced
RE - rally excellent
RAE - rally advanced excellent

I dont know all of the USDAA agility titles.
Or the UKC obedience or agility titles.

TD -
TDX are for AKC tracking.
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Postby dogcrazyjen » June 6th, 2006, 8:56 am

Flyball, NAFA

All titles go after the name

Points Title
20 Flyball Dog (FD)
100 Flyball Dog Excellent (FDX)
500 Flyball Dog Champion (FDCh)
1000 Flyball Dog Champion-Silver (FDCh-S)
2500 Flyball Dog Champion-Gold (FDCh-G)
5000 Flyball Master (FM)
10,000 Flyball Master Excellent (FMX)
15,000 Flyball Master Champion (FMCh)
20,000 ONYX
30,000 Flyball Grand Champion (FGDCh-30)
40,000 Commemorative Pin and Plaque
50,000-90,000 Commemorative Pin and Plate for 40k Plaque
100,000 Hobbes Award
(includes Commemorative Pin and Plaque)
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Postby SisMorphine » August 13th, 2007, 3:59 pm

Just adding some more . . .


CPE - Canine Performance Events (agility)

CL1-R Standard (regular run)
CL1-H Handler (games: Colors and Wildcard)
CL1-S Strategy (games: Snooker and Jackpot)
CL1-F Fun (games: Full House and Jumpers

Once you learn all of those in the first level then your title is just CL1. It goes up to CL4. Then you earn more in level 5 and beyond:

C-ATE CPE Agility Team Extraordinaire
C-ATCH CPE Agility Trial Champion
SpCH Specialist Champion
SpEx Specialist Extraordinaire
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Postby TheRedQueen » January 21st, 2008, 2:38 pm

Adding more flyball titles...

A (newer) organization U-FLI (United Flyball League International)
offers these titles...

U-FLIâ„¢ Titles

Title and Awards

Points

Top Flight (TF) 100

Top Flight Level I (TF-I) 500

Top Flight Level II (TF-II) 750

Top Flight Level III (TF-III) 1,000

Top Flight Executive (TFE) 2,500

Top Flight Executive Level I (TFE-I) 4,000

Top Flight Executive Level II (TFE-II) 5,500

Top Flight Executive Level III (TFE-III) 7,000

Top Flight Premier (TFP) 9,500

Top Flight Premier Level I (TFP-I) 12,000

Top Flight Premier Level II (TFP-II) 14,500

Top Flight Premier Level III (TFP-III) 17,000

Top Flight Expert (Milestone Plaque) 20,000

Top Flight First Class (TFFC) 20,500

Top Flight First Class Level I (TFFC-I) 24,000

Top Flight First Class Level II (TFFC-II) 27,500

Top Flight First Class Level III (TFFC-III) 31,000

Top Flight Ace (Milestone Plaque) 35,000

Top Flight World Class (TFWC) 35,500

Top Flight World Class Level I (TFWC-I) 40,000

Top Flight World Class Level II (TFWC-II) 44,500

Top Flight World Class Level III (TFWC-III) 49,000

Top Flight Champion (Milestone Plaque) 50,000

Top Flight Extreme (TFX) 54,500

Top Flight Extreme Level I (TFX-I) 60,000

Top Flight Extreme Level II (TFX-II) 65,500

Top Flight Extreme Level III (TFX-III) 71,000

Top Flight Specialist (Milestone Plaque) 75,000

Top Flight Ultimate (TFU) 77,500

Top Flight Ultimate Level I (TFU-I) 84,000

Top Flight Ultimate Level II (TFU-II) 90,500

Top Flight Ultimate Level III (TFU-III) 97,000

Top Flight Elite (Milestone Plaque) 100,000
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Postby airwalk » January 21st, 2008, 4:06 pm

Thank you now I can slow down on the google button.
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Postby TheRedQueen » September 10th, 2008, 12:33 am

Not titles, per se...but used fairly often: :dance:

SD-Service Dog

AD-Assistance Dog

HD-Hearing Dog

SDiT-Service Dog in Training

PSD-Pyschiatric Service Dog

ESD-Emotional Support Dog
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Postby Fuego » March 16th, 2009, 5:49 am

Hi,

I'm from Germany and compete in a sport here called Obedience, which would be confusing in English speaking countries so I read it's called competitive Obedience there. Now I couldn't find any titles that would suit my sport so I wonder if they aren't on the list or if the sport is called differently?
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Postby pitbullmamaliz » March 16th, 2009, 7:34 am

Pitcrew wrote:There is also AKC obedience,
CD - companion dog (novice)
CDX - companion dog excellent (open)
UD - utility dog
UDX - utility dog excellent
OTCH - obedience trial champion (in front of the name)


There's also UKC obedience titles, but those aren't listed up here. Hope that helps!
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Postby Fuego » March 17th, 2009, 6:17 am

pitbullmamaliz wrote:
Pitcrew wrote:There is also AKC obedience,
CD - companion dog (novice)
CDX - companion dog excellent (open)
UD - utility dog
UDX - utility dog excellent
OTCH - obedience trial champion (in front of the name)


There's also UKC obedience titles, but those aren't listed up here. Hope that helps!

Thank you. :wave2: I didn't think that was it. In Germany the first two titles are just for passing normal obedience class and you don't get titles for that. I thought UD was something involving a real working dog. Is the OTCH not only awarded to the winning dog? I'm looking for a title every dog gets when he succesfully passed the level (0-3). I'll serach the net for those UKC titles, I guess that's what I'm looking for.
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