GENERAL PROVISIONS: The show is held under the ČMKU show regulations and is accessible to all males and females of all breeds, registered in FCI-recognized studbooks, which reach the age required for entering the desired class at the latest on the show day. Division into classes is governed by the FCI and ČMKU Show Regulation and is shown in the Entry form. In case no copy of a certificate approving the fulfilment of the conditions for entering working class or champion class is attached to the entry form, the dog will be put into open class. The organizer of the show is not responsible for any damages caused by the dog or by the exhibitor, neither for death nor for loss of the dog. On the show venue all dogs have to be kept on a leash. Biting dogs have to wear a muzzle. Females in season, in second half of pregnancy, nursing females and dogs, who had a surgery or other veterinary intervention performed to remove a conformation fault can not be shown. The exhibitors are obliged to abide with the provisions of the FCI and ČMKU Show Regulations, of these propositions and the instructions of Show Committee, to which they bind themselves by submitting the entry form. They are also obliged to maintain a clean exhibition area . In case the show does not take place for objective reasons, the fees would be used for covering the show preparation expenses. It is forbidden to bring puppies to the show for purposes of sale. The organizer does not accept any responsibility for miscarried applications. Documents submitted after the last entry deadline will not be taken into consideration. Exhibitors at the ČMKU show are responsible for the welfare of dogs. It is forbidden to expose a dog to a situation that could endanger his health or well-being, such as leaving him in a vehicle in extraordinary heat or winter,or respectively, behave in a rough way.
Violations of this Regulation will result in exclusions from this as well as the following exhibitions.
VETERINARY PROVISIONS: All the entered dogs must be clinically healthy. During the dog show the owners must supervise / take care of the dogs so that they do not cause any damage to other dogs or people. Dogs must have pet passport or veterinary certificate with valid vaccination against rabies. Dogs from EU and third countries must have valid EU Pet Passport and must meet the conditions by the EU Regulation 998/2003 from 26/5/2003.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING-IN ENTRY FORMS: Entry forms are filled-in on-line on www.dogoffice.cz website. Each dog has his own entry form. Discount for the second and other dogs can be applied only if the owner of the dogs is the same. If there is a difference in ownership (fx. co-owner) the discount is not applicable. Each dog can be entered only in one class. Changing classes after dead line is not possible. Entry confirmation will be sent by e-mail.
DOCUMENTS TO ENTER THE SHOW GROUND: Pedigree of the dog or a kennel club confirmation that a pedigree will be issued. Pet Passport with a valid rabbies vaccination.
PROTEST: A protest against any decision made by the judge is not admissible. A protest can be submitted for formal reasons, such as violation of show regulation provisions and proposition provisions. The protest must be submitted in written form, against a deposit of 60 Euro, during the course of the show. If the protest is found to be unjustified, this deposit will be forfeited to the organizer of the show.
Division into classes is governed by Show Regulation of CMKU and FCI and is indicated on the entry form.
To enter a dog to the working class, please provide a certificate.
To enter a dog to the winners class please provide a certificate of one of the following titles: C.I.B., C.I.E., national Champion, National winner, Club winner, Specialty winner, European winner or World winner.
To enter a dog to the honor class please provide a certificate of one of the following titles: National winner, Club winner, Specialty show winner, European winner, World winner, national Champion of one of the FCI member countries, C.I.B, C.I.E. CAC is NOT awarded in the honour class and class winner can NOT compete for Club winner/FIWC winner, but can compete for BOB and BOS titles.
Super puppy – best male or female from baby class awarded very promising 1
Primus minor – best male or female from puppy class awarded very promising 1
CAJC CZ – male and female in junior class awarded with excellent 1
CAC CZ – males and females in intermediate, open, working and winners class awarded with excellent 1
res. CAC CZ – males and females in intermediate, open, working and winners class awarded with excellent 2
FIWC Junior Winner / Club Junior Winner – male and female with CAJC award
FIWC Veteran Winner / Club Veteran Winner – male and female awarded with excellent 1 in veteran class
FIWC winner / Club winner – best male and female from intermediate, open, working and winners class awarded with CAC
Best of Juniors – Best Junior in Breed (BOJ) – best male or female with CAJC award
Best of Veterans – Best Veteran in Breed (BOV) – best male or female awarded excellent 1 in veteran class
Best of Breed (BOB) – the best male or female out of best junior male (CAJC), best junior female (CAJC), best veteran male (excellent 1), best veteran female (excellent 1), honour class winner male (excellent 1), honour class winner female (excellent 1), Club/FIWC winner male and Club/FIWC winner female.
Best of Opposite (BOS) - the best male or female out of best junior male (CAJC) or best junior female (CAJC), best veteran male (excellent 1) or best veteran female (excellent 1), honour class winner male (excellent 1) or honour class winner female (excellent 1), Club/FIWC winner male or Club/FIWC winner female of the opposite sex of the BOB winner.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR CHAMPION TITLES:
Czech Junior Champion – male and female who win CAJC award on both shows (FIWC 2020 + WDK Club show 2020).
Czech Champion – males and females who win CAC award on both shows (FIWC 2020 + WDK Club show 2020).
Czech Veteran Champion – male and female who win excellent 1 in a veteran class on both shows (FIWC 2020 + WDK Club show 2020).
Dogs registered under kennel clubs of countries which have signed a reciprocal contract with Czech kennel club ČMKU (those are: Denmark. Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia and Ukraine) will be awarded Czech Champion (resp. Czech Junior Champion) after winning 1x CAC (resp. 1x CAJC), if the dog is already a champion (resp. Junior champion) in his country.