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CONDITIONS TO OBTAIN THE TITLE OF CHAMPION IN SPAIN OF THE RSCE
(Extract)

a) 4 CAC’s, one of them in the international dog show directly organized by the RSCE or by any other kennel club collaborating with the RSCE, to whom the Committee has expressly authorised to put at stake the CAC obligatory and needed to obtain the title of Champion in Spain and 1 Excellent, in Champion, Working, Open or Intermediate Class, in the dog show of the breed where the CAC of the RSCE is awarded or in another international dog show directly organized by the RSCE, or by another kennel club collaborating with the RSCE, to whom the Committee has expressly authorised to put at stake the CAC obligatory and needed to obtain the title of Champion in Spain.

b) 4 CAC’s, one of them in the dog show of the breed where the CAC of the RSCE is awarded or in another international dog show directly organized by the RSCE, or by another kennel club collaborating with the RSCE, to whom the Committee has expressly authorised to put at stake the CAC obligatory and needed to obtain the title of Champion in Spain, and 1 Excellent, in Champion, Working, Open or Intermediate Class in another international dog show directly organized by the RSCE, or by another kennel club collaborating with the RSCE, to whom the Committee has expressly authorised to put at stake the CAC obligatory and needed to obtain the title of Champion in Spain.

 


RULES TO OBTAIN THE TITLE OF JUNIOR CHAMPION IN SPAIN OF BEAUTY OF THE REAL SOCIEDAD CANINA DE ESPAÑA

3 CCJ’s, one of them, at least, in any International Dog Show organized by the RSCE or in the Dog Show of the Breed where the CAC of the Real Sociedad Canina de España is put at stake.

 

2º  These qualifications must be awarded by three different judges.

 

  A dog does not receive this Title of Junior Champion until it is homologated by the Board of Managers of the RSCE.

 

 

Madrid, 22nd January 2013

 

 


RULES TO OBTAIN THE TITLE OF VETERAN WINNER IN SPAIN OF THE REAL SOCIEDAD CANINA DE ESPAÑA

3 CCV’s, one of them, at least, in International Obligatory Dog Shows organized or authorized by the RSCE or in a Dog Show of the Breed where the CAC of the Real Sociedad Canina de España is put at stake.  

These qualifications must be awarded by three different judges.  

3º Genetic Identification (DNA) of the dog, according to the standards of the ISAG.

4º A dog does not receive this Title of Veteran Winner until it is homologated by the Board of Managers of the RSCE.

 

 


RULES TO OBTAIN THE TITLE OF SUPER CHAMPION IN SPAIN OF THE REAL SOCIEDAD CANINA DE ESPAÑA

For dogs having already obtained the title of Champion in Spain of the RSCE.

  4 CACIB’s in International Dog Shows organized or authorized by the RSCE, one of them in one of the International Dog Show organized by the RSCE. 

  These qualifications must be awarded by, at least, three different judges. 

Genetic Identification (DNA) of the dog, according to the standards of the ISAG. 

4º This title must be homologated by the Board of Managers of the RSCE.

 

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