Bulldog Club of America

Companion Events Hall of Fame Inductees

Compiled by Ed Scully & Bea Page

 

Current thru 2018 deadline

39 Inductees

Listed in chronological order by date of first HOF qualifying title*
**Obedience & Tracking Induction began in 1991 … Agility Induction began in 2009**
***Inductions occur once a year at BCA’s Annual National Specialty Awards Ceremony***
Inductees have earned at least one of these titles, set & approved by the BCA as the
minimum level of titling criteria, in 1991 for Obedience & Tracking and in 2008 for Agility:
Minimum title requirement to demonstrate Excellence in AKC Obedience: UD
Minimum title requirement to demonstrate Excellence in AKC Tracking: TDX or VST
Minimum title requirement to demonstrate Excellence in AKC Agility:
AX or AXP or AXJ or AJP or XF or XFP
Inductees must be AKC registered (not ILP or PAL listed),
must not have a disqualifying fault per the AKC/BCA breed standard & must be
owned by a BCA member at the time that a HOF eligibility title was completed.
(For HOF eligibility, titles must meet or exceed the minimum listed above)
Photos will be added if/as they become available
Annual deadlines for induction consideration:
July 31st for a September National Show, August 30th for an October National Show, September 30th for a November National Show
 
Hall of Fame
1) Anglo Saxon Gaity UD
Owner: Samuel Gardner Breeder: (info not available)
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 6/26/1955
HOF Induction: 1991 for her excellence in Obedience
(no photo available)
 
Hall of Fame
2) Mar-Jon's Foozie UD
Owners: Douglas & Mrs. Bundock Breeder: (info not available)
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 10/13/1957
HOF Induction: 1991 for his excellence in Obedience
(no photo available)
 
Hall of Fame
3) Chabot's Pugnacious Princess UD
Owner: James Harryman Breeder: (info not available)
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 8/23/1970
HOF Induction: 1991 for her excellence in Obedience
(no photo available)
 
Hall of Fame
4) Stormy Daz Ginger UD
Owners/Breeders: Agnes & W. McGrath
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 9/13/1970
HOF Induction: 1991 for her excellence in Obedience
(no photo available)
 
Hall of Fame
5) Thunder of Zebulon Pike UD
Owners: Lois & William Tisdell Breeder: Mildred Barrett
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 10/24/1971
HOF Induction: 1991 for his excellence in Obedience
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Hall of Fame
6) CH Hetherbull Arrogant Lazarus UD
Owners/Breeders: Jean & Robert Hetherington
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 4/10/1975
HOF Induction: 1991 for his excellence in Obedience
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Hall of Fame
7) Pepper Lady UD
Owner: Laurel Short Breeder: (info not available)
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 2/28/1976
HOF Induction: 1991 for her excellence in Obedience
(no photo available)
 
 
Hall of Fame
8) Marinebulls Sugar Lump UD
Owner: Lois Tisdell Breeder: (info not available)
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 7/3/1979
HOF Induction: 1991 for her excellence in Obedience
 
 
Hall of Fame
9) CH Bull Path's Ampirion Marigold UD
Owner: Anne Hier Breeders: Gerald Brenner/Martin Slater
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 11/25/1979
HOF Induction: 1991 for her excellence in Obedience
Also earned a Canadian breed Championship & Canadian C.D. title.
 
 
Hall of Fame
10) Little Miss Snookums TDX
Owner: Ann Maldonado Breeders: Mary & Todd Young
HOF qualifying title: TDX completed on 4/21/1985
HOF Induction: 1991 for her excellence in Tracking
(no photo available)
 
 
Hall of Fame
11) Ondulando's Precious Markaza UD
Owner: Dorothy Fisher Breeder: Patricia Fisher
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 3/28/1987
HOF Induction: 1991 for her excellence in Obedience
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
12) Ampirion Good As Goldie UD
Owners/Breeders: Anne & Marshall Hier
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 3/10/1991
HOF Induction: 1991 for his excellence in Obedience
Also earned a Canadian breed Championship & Canadian O.T.Ch. title.
 
 
Hall of Fame
13) Preppy Buster The Bulldozer UD
Owner/Breeder: Dorothy Fisher
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 2/16/1992
HOF Induction: 1992 for his excellence in Obedience
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
14) Dingmans Lawdy Miss Maudy UD
Owners/Breeders: Joyce & Karl Dingman
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 10/18/1992
HOF Induction: 1992 for her excellence in Obedience
 
 
Hall of Fame
15) Lady Bertha of Page Manor CDX MX AXJ
Owners: Bea & Clay Page Breeder: Vickie F Jenkins
HOF qualifying title: AXJ completed on 12/11/1999
Additional HOF titles: AX, MX
HOF Induction: 2009 for her excellence in Agility
Also earned a UKC U-CDX title and an AKC CGC certification.
 
 
Hall of Fame
16) Beefeater's Amazin' Grace of SBK UDX
Owners: Cheryl Knapp/Laura Haney Breeders: Laura Haney/Renee McCandlish
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 3/16/2000
Additional HOF title: UDX
HOF Induction: 2002 for her excellence in Obedience
Also earned an AKC CGC certification.
 
 
Hall of Fame
17) Starlight Mango Orlando CD RE AX AXJ AXP OJP
Owners: Tiew & Ron Honig Breeder: Thomas Mysinger
HOF qualifying title: AX completed on 3/25/2001
Additional HOF titles: AXJ, AXP
HOF Induction: 2009 for her excellence in Agility
Also earned an AKC CGC certification.
 
 
Hall of Fame
18) Sir Charles Barkley IX UDX2 RE
Owner: Betty Studzinski Breeder: Vickie Bloodsworth
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 3/2/2002
Additional HOF titles: UDX, UDX2
HOF Induction: 2002 for his excellence in Obedience
Also earned a UKC U-UD title.
 
 
Hall of Fame
19) Paradox Speed Skater VCD1 RE NA NAJ AXP AJP
Owner: Dorothy Wysaski, D.V.M. Breeders: Bill Lee/Dorothy Wysaski, D.V.M.
HOF qualifying title: AJP completed on 10/31/2004
Additional HOF title: AXP
HOF Induction: 2009 for her excellence in Agility
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
20) Redbrick's Budwiser Shining Star RE AXP AJP
Owners: Tiew & Ronald Honig Breeder: Mary Jo Stabinski-Heckman/Daemon Heckman
HOF qualifying title: AXP completed on 1/23/2005
Additional HOF title: AJP
HOF Induction: 2009 for his excellence in Agility
Also earned an AKC CGC certification.
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
21) Lady Beatrice Barkley UD
Owner: Betty Studzinski Breeder: Debbie Lewis
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 1/20/2007
HOF Induction: 2009 for her excellence in Obedience
Also earned a UKC U-CDX title.
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
22) Paradox H.R. Jake Plummer MX AXJ MXP2 MXPB MJP2
Owner: Dorothy Wysaski, D.V.M. Breeder: Jason & Melissa Harris
HOF qualifying title: AXP completed on 2/17/2007
Additional HOF titles: AX, MX, MXP, MXP2, MXPB, AXJ, AJP, MJP, MJP2
HOF Induction: 2009 for his excellence in Agility
 
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
23) Beefeater's Ode To Joy Of SBK UD RE
Owner: Cheryl Knapp/ Laura Haney/Renee McCandlish Breeders: Laura Haney/Renee McCandlish
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 6/13/2010
HOF Induction: 2010 for her excellence in Obedience
Also earned an IABCA breed Championship & an AKC CGC certification.
 
 
Hall of Fame
24) Paradox Seal Of Approval VCD1 RA AJP
Owner/Breeder: Dorothy Wysaski, D.V.M.
HOF qualifying title: AJP completed on 9/8/2011
HOF Induction: 2012 for her excellence in Agility
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
25) Paradox Hr Wally Newbill RN AJP NFP
Owner/Breeder: Dorothy Wysaski, D.V.M.
HOF qualifying title: AJP completed on 4/8/2012
HOF Induction: 2012 for his excellence in Agility
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
26) PACH3 Iroc Like A Boomerang RA MXP12 MXPB2 MJP13 MJPB2
PAX3 MFP T2BP5 CA BCAT SWN SINE SIA SEA RATO CGC TKP
Owner: April Paulman Breeder: Kandie Kroonen
HOF qualifying title: AJP completed on 6/8/2012
Additional HOF titles: XFP, AXP, MXP, MXP2, MXP3, MXP4, MXP5, MXP6, MXP7, MXP8, MXP9,
MXP10, MXP11, MXP12, MXPB, MXPB2, MXPS, MXPG, MXPC, MJP, MJP2, MJP3, MJP4, MJP5, MJP6,
MJP7, MJP8, MJP9, MJP10, MJP11, MJP12, MJP13, MJPB, MJPB2, MJPS, MJPG, MJPC, PAX, PAX2, PACH, PACH2
HOF Induction: 2013 for his excellence in Agility
Also earned National Association of Treibball Enthusiasts TE-N & TE-I titles and Canine Performance Events CL3-R & CL2-F agility titles.
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
27) Paradox Hr In His Father's Footsteps CDX PCD BN RN MXP MJP
Owner/Breeder: Dorothy Wysaski, D.V.M.
HOF qualifying title: AJP completed on 11/3/2012
Additional HOF titles: AXP, MXP, MJP
HOF Induction: 2016 for his excellence in Agility
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
28) CH Sittingbullies Glad Tidings UD RAE OAP NJP CA THD RATN CGC TKE
Owner/Breeder: Cheryl Knapp
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 5/18/2013
HOF Induction: 2013 for his excellence in Obedience
Also earned an IABCA & a Canadian breed Championship, NADAC NAC & TN-N titles,
BMDCA NDD & BNDD titles, Canadian C.D.X. & DD titles, a TDI certification, and an HIC title.
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
29) Wrights Jazzy Gisele Of Lakhota RA OAP AJP OFP CA
Owner: Pat Wright Breeder: Craig Osborn
HOF qualifying title: AJP completed on 10/27/2013
HOF Induction: 2014 for her excellence in Agility
Also earned UKC UWP & UAII titles, NADAC NAC, NJC & TN-N titles, and TDI & AKC CGC certifications.
 
 
Hall of Fame
30) MACH Paradox Unlimited Apps BN RN MXB MJB
Owner/Breeder: Dorothy Wysaski, D.V.M.
HOF qualifying title: AX completed on 11/3/2013
Additional HOF titles: MX, MXB, AXJ, MXJ, MJB, MACH
HOF Induction: 2016 for her excellence in Agility
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
31) Sittingbullies Luna AXP AJP
Owner: Eydie Hoeppner Breeder: Cheryl Knapp
HOF qualifying title: AJP completed on 12/1/2013
Additional HOF title: AXP
HOF Induction: 2016 for her excellence in Agility
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
32) Wildwood Delightful Intoxication CDX BN RE MXP MJP CAX BCAT
Owners/Breeders: Bea & Clay Page
HOF qualifying title: AJP completed on 2/22/2014
Additional HOF titles: AXP, MXP. MJP
HOF Induction: 2015 for her excellence in Agility
Also earned a UKC breed Grand Championship.
 
 
Hall of Fame
33) Sittingbullies Wildwood Mockingbird UD VER RE OAP OJP CAX CGC
Owners: Bea & Clay Page Breeder: Cheryl Knapp
HOF qualifying title: UD completed on 11/16/2014
HOF Induction: 2015 for her excellence in Obedience
Also earned a UKC breed Championship & RBIS, an ATTS TT title, and Pet Partner certification.
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
34) Von Rudolph Augustus Perkins MXP3 MXPB MJP3 MJPB
Owner: Debra L. Perkins Breeder: Robert Beachy
HOF qualifying title: AXP completed on 2/7/2016
Additional HOF titles: AJP, MJP, MJP2, MJP3, MJPB, MXP, MXP2, MXP3, MXPB
HOF Induction: 2017 for her excellence in Agility
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
35) Jan's Shocker Ty Walker For Tripp OAP AJP XFP BCAT THD RATN CGC TKN
Owner: Dr. Chelsie Bentz Breeder: Janet Vance
HOF qualifying title: AJP completed on 9/2/2017
Additional HOF title: XFP
HOF Induction: 2018 for his excellence in Agility
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
36) CH Sunrays Ivy League Hey There Georgie Girl AXP MJP CGC TKI
Owner: Susan & Charles Reighard Breeder: Raymond & Alana Brzezinski
HOF qualifying title: AJP completed on 1/27/2018
Additional HOF titles: AXP, MJP
HOF Induction: 2018 for her excellence in Agility
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
37) Wildwood Little Miss Sure Shot CD BN RM AJP
Owners: Bea & Clay Page/Tammy & Amanda McAllister Breeders: Bea & Clay Page/Tiew & Ron Honig
HOF qualifying title: AJP completed on 2/10/2018
HOF Induction: 2018 for her excellence in Agility
Also earned a UKC breed Championship.
 
 
 
Hall of Fame
38) Iroc Top Fuel Turbo Charge RN OAP AJP NFP CA DCAT SWA SCE SHDA RATN CGC TKN
Owner: April Paulman Breeder: Kandie L Kroonen
HOF qualifying title: AJP completed on 3/2/2018
HOF Induction: 2018 for his excellence in Agility
Also earned Barn Hunt Association RATO & RATS titles (not AKC recorded)
 
 
Hall of Fame
39) Staley’s Sweet Revenge Of Lulu Belle AXP AJP OFP RATN
Owner: Chelsie & Patricia Bentz Breeder: Michael & Beverly Staley
HOF qualifying title: AJP completed on 3/3/2018
Additional HOF title: AXP
HOF Induction: 2018 for her excellence in Agility
 
 
 
 
 
Guide to Titles earned by HOF Dogs in this Album
All the Inductees have earned titles in addition to the one AKC title that made each Inductee eligible for the Hall of Fame. The guide below clarifies
titles (& certifications) that appear in the pages of this album, and identifies (by induction #) which dogs were awarded which titles. A Qualifying score awarded at trials or tests is abbreviated as a “Q”. Titles highlighted in yellow meet the minimum level title requirements for HOF induction. Titles highlighted in green exceed the minimum level title requirements for HOF induction.
 
American Kennel Club (AKC) Obedience Titles (tests dog’s teamwork with handler & obedience skills ranging from beginner level to most challenging utility level)
BN = Beginner Novice – requires 3 Q’s in Beginner Novice (#’s 27, 30, 32, 37)
PCD = Preferred Companion Dog – requires 3 Q’s in Preferred Novice (#27)
CD = Companion Dog – requires 3 Q’s in Novice A or B (#’s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 28, 32, 33, 37)
CDX = Companion Dog Excellent – requires 3 Q’s in Open A or B (#’s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 21, 23, 27, 28, 32, 33)
VER = Versatility – requires 3 Q’s in Versatility – combination of novice, open & utility exercises (#33)
UD = Utility Dog – requires 3 Q’s in Utility A or B (#’s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 21, 23, 28, 33)
UDX = Utility Dog Excellent – requires 10 sets of Q’s in Utility B & Open B (#’s 16, 18)
UDX2 = Utility Dog Excellent with numerical designation indicating the UDX title requirements have been met two times (#18)
 
American Kennel Club (AKC) Tracking Titles (tests dog’s ability to follow a scent laid on a long track with turns & find placed articles – challenges increase)
TD = Tracking Dog – requires 1 Q on a TD track (#’s 10, 19, 24)
TDX = Tracking Dog Excellent – requires 1 Q on a TDX track – significantly more challenging than a TD track (#10)
 
American Kennel Club (AKC) Agility Titles (tests dog’s ability to be directed & negotiate obstacle courses with speed ranging from novice to most challenging master level)
NA = Novice Agility – requires 3 Q’s in Novice Standard A or B (#’s 15, 17, 19, 22, 30)
NAP = Novice Agility Preferred – requires 3 Q’s in Novice Preferred Standard (#’s 17, 19, 20, 22, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39)
NAJ = Novice Agility Jumper – requires 3 Q’s in Novice Jumpers A or B (#’s 15, 17, 19, 22, 30)
NJP = Novice Jumper Preferred – requires 3 Q’s in Novice Preferred Jumpers (#’s 17, 19, 20, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39)
NFP = Novice FAST Preferred– requires 3 Q’s in Novice Preferred FAST (#’s 25, 26, 29, 35, 38, 39)
OA = Open Agility – requires 3 Q’s in Open Standard (#’s 15, 17, 22, 30)
OAP = Open Agility Preferred – requires 3 Q’S in Open Preferred Standard (#’s 17, 19, 20, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39)
OAJ = Open Agility Jumper – requires 3 Q’s in Open Jumpers (#’s 15, 17, 22, 30)
OJP = Open Jumper Preferred – requires 3 Q’s in Open Preferred Jumpers (#’s 17, 19, 20, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39)
OFP = Open FAST Preferred – requires 3 Q’s in Open Preferred FAST (#’s 26, 29, 35, 39)
AX = Agility Excellent – requires 3 Q’s in Excellent Standard (#’s 15, 17, 22, 30)
AXP = Agility Excellent Preferred – requires 3 Q’s in Excellent Standard Preferred (#’s 17, 19, 20, 22, 26, 27, 31, 32, 34, 36, 39)
AXJ = Agility Excellent Jumper – requires 3 Q’s in Excellent Jumpers (#’s 15, 17, 22, 30)
AJP = Agility Excellent Jumper Preferred – requires 3 Q’s in Excellent Jumpers Preferred (#’s 19, 20, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 31, 32, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39)
XFP = Excellent FAST Preferred – requires 3 Q’s in Excellent FAST Preferred (#’s 26, 35)
All below are Green designated titles
MX = Master Excellent – requires 10 perfect scores in Master Standard (#’s 15, 22, 30)
MXB = Master Excellent Bronze – Lifetime Achievement benchmark for 25 perfect scores in Master Standard (#30)
MXP = Master Excellent Preferred – requires 10 perfect scores in Master Preferred Standard (#’s 22, 26, 27, 32, 34)
MXP2 = Master Excellent Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MXP title requirements have been met two times (#’s 22, 26, 34)
MXPB = Master Excellent Bronze Preferred – Lifetime Achievement benchmark for 25 perfect scores in Master Preferred Standard (#’s 22, 26, 34)
MXP3 = Master Excellent Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MXP title requirements have been met three times (#26, 34)
MXP4 = Master Excellent Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MXP title requirements have been met four times (#26)
MXP5 = Master Excellent Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MXP title requirements have been met five times (#26)
MXPS = Master Excellent Silver Preferred – Lifetime Achievement benchmark for 50 perfect scores in Master Preferred Standard (#26)
MXP6 = Master Excellent Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MXP title requirements have been met six times (#26)
MXP7 = Master Excellent Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MXP title requirements have been met seven times (#26)
MXPG = MXPS = Master Excellent Gold Preferred – Lifetime Achievement benchmark for 75 perfect scores in Master Preferred Standard (#26)
MXP8 = Master Excellent Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MXP title requirements have been met eight times (#26)
MXP9 = Master Excellent Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MXP title requirements have been met nine times (#26)
MXP10 = Master Excellent Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MXP title requirements have been met ten times (#26)
MXPC = Master Excellent Century Preferred – Lifetime Achievement benchmark for 100 perfect scores in Master Preferred Standard (#26)
MXP11 = Master Excellent Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MXP title requirements have been met eleven times (#26)
MXP12 = Master Excellent Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MXP title requirements have been met twelve times (#26)
MXPB2 = Master Excellent Bronze Preferred 2 – Lifetime Achievement benchmark for 125 perfect scores in Master Preferred Standard (#26)
MXJ = Master Excellent Jumper – requires 10 perfect scores in Master Standard (#30)
MJB = Master Excellent Jumper Bronze – Lifetime Achievement benchmark for 25 perfect scores in Master Jumpers (#30)
MJP = Master Excellent Jumper Preferred – requires 10 perfect scores in Master Preferred Jumpers (#’s 22, 26, 27, 32, 34, 36)
MJP2 = Master Excellent Jumper Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MJP title requirements have been met two times (#’s 22, 26, 34)
MJPB = Master Excellent Jumper Bronze Preferred – Lifetime Achievement benchmark for 25 perfect scores in Master Preferred Jumpers (#26, 34)
MJP3 = Master Excellent Jumper Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MJP title requirements have been met three times (#26, 34)
MJP4 = Master Excellent Jumper Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MJP title requirements have been met four times (#26)
MJP5 = Master Excellent Jumper Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MJP title requirements have been met five times (#26)
MJPS = Master Excellent Jumper Silver Preferred – Lifetime Achievement benchmark for 50 perfect scores in Master Preferred Jumpers (#26)
MJP6 = Master Excellent Jumper Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MJP title requirements have been met six times (#26)
MJP7 = Master Excellent Jumper Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MJP title requirements have been met seven times (#26)
MJPG = MXPS = Master Excellent Jumper Gold Preferred – Lifetime Achievement benchmark for 75 perfect scores in Master Preferred Jumpers (#26)
MJP8 = Master Excellent Jumper Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MJP title requirements have been met eight times (#26)
MJP9 = Master Excellent Jumper Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MJP title requirements have been met nine times (#26)
MJP10 = Master Excellent Jumper Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MJP title requirements have been met ten times (#26)
MJPC = Master Excellent Jumper Century Preferred – Lifetime Achievement benchmark for 100 perfect scores in Master Preferred Jumpers (#26)
MJP11 = Master Excellent Jumper Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MJP title requirements have been met eleven times (#26)
MJP12 = Master Excellent Jumper Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MJP title requirements have been met twelve times (#26)
MJPB2 = Master Excellent Jumper Bronze Preferred 2 – Lifetime Achievement benchmark for 125 perfect scores in Master Preferred Jumpers (#26)
MJP13 = Master Excellent Jumper Preferred with numerical designation indicating the MJP title requirements have been met thirteen times (#26)
MFP = Master FAST Preferred – requires 10 Q’s in Master FAST Preferred (#26)
PAX = Preferred Agility Excellent – requires 20 sets/double qualifying scores in Master Standard Preferred & Master Jumpers Preferred (#26)
PAX2 = Preferred Agility Excellent with numeric designation indicating the PAX title requirements have been met two times (#26)
PAX3 = Preferred Agility Excellent with numeric designation indicating the PAX title requirements have been met three times (#26)
PACH = Preferred Agility Champion – requires 20 sets/double qualifying scores in Master Standard Preferred & Master Jumpers Preferred + 750 speed points (#26) PACH2 = Preferred Agility Champion with numeric designation indicating the PACH title requirements have been met two times (#26)
PACH3 = Preferred Agility Champion with numeric designation indicating the PACH title requirements have been met three times (#26)
MACH = Master Agility Champion – requires 20 sets/double qualifying scores in Master Standard & Master Jumpers + 750 speed points (#30)
Above ends Green designated titles.
T2BP = Time to Beat Preferred – requires 15 Q’s + 100 points in the T2BP class (#26)
T2BP2 = Time to Beat Preferred with a numerical designation indicating the T2BP title requirements have been met two times (#26)
T2BP3 = Time to Beat Preferred with a numerical designation indicating the T2BP title requirements have been met three times (#26)
T2BP4 = Time to Beat Preferred with a numerical designation indicating the T2BP title requirements have been met four times (#26)
T2BP5 = Time to Beat Preferred with a numerical designation indicating the T2BP title requirements have been met five times (#26)
 
American Kennel Club (AKC) Versatile Companion Dog Titles
VCD1 = Versatile Companion Dog 1 – Derived title awarded for earning a CD + a TD + an NA or NAP + an NAJ or NJP (#’s 19, 24)
 
American Kennel Club (AKC) Rally Titles (tests dog’s teamwork with handler & variety of obedience skills ranging from novice to most challenging master level)
RN = Rally Novice – requires 3 Q’s in Rally Novice (#’s 17, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 33, 37, 38)
RA = Rally Advanced – requires 3 Q’s in Rally Advanced (#’s 17, 19, 20, 23, 24, 26, 28, 29, 32, 33, 37)
RE = Rally Excellent – requires 3 Q’s in Rally Excellent (#’s 17, 19, 20, 23, 28, 32, 33, 37)
RAE = Rally Advanced Excellent – requires 10 sets of Q’s in Rally Excellent + Rally Advanced (#28)
RM = Rally Master – requires 10 Q’s in the most difficult class level, Master (#37)
 
American Kennel Club (AKC) Coursing Ability Test Titles (tests dog’s ability to chase a lure on a timed, 300 yard course with turns – no skill challenge increase for title levels)
CA = Coursing Ability – requires 3 Q’s (#’s 26, 28, 29, 32, 33, 38)
CAA = Coursing Ability Advanced – requires 10 Q’s (#’s 32, 33)
CAX = Coursing Ability Excellent – requires 25 Q’s (#’s 32, 33)
 
American Kennel Club (AKC) FAST Coursing Ability Test Titles (tests dog’s ability to chase lure on timed, 100 yard straight course – no skill challenge increase for title levels)
BCAT = First level title – requires 150 cumulative speed points calculated from times recorded in m.p.h. to run a 100 yard straight course (#’s 26, 32, 35, 38)
DCAT = Second level title – requires 500 cumulative speed points calculated from times recorded in m.p.h. to run a 100 yard straight course (#38)
 
American Kennel Club (AKC) Scent Work Titles (dog uses sense of smell to locate scents concealed in a variety of places, 4 levels in 4 elements with increased challenges)
 
Odor Element levels & titles
SCN = Scent Work Container Novice – requires 3 container search Qs (#’s 26, 38)
SIN = Scent Work Interior Novice – requires 3 interior search Qs (#’s 26, 38)
SEN = Scent Work Exterior Novice – requires 3 exterior search Qs (#’s 26, 38)
SBN = Scent Work Buried Novice – requires 3 buried search Qs (#’s 26, 38)
SINE = Scent Work Interior Novice Elite – requires 10 interior search Qs (#26)
SCA = Scent Work Container Advanced – requires 3 container search Qs (#38)
SIA = Scent Work Interior Advanced – requires 3 interior search Qs (#’s 26, 38)
SEA = Scent Work Exterior Advanced – requires 3 exterior search Qs (#’s 26, 38)
SBA = Scent Work Buried Advanced – requires 3 buried search Qs (#38)
SCE = Scent Work Container Excellent – requires 3 container search Qs (#38)
 
Odor Division Titles
SWN = Scent Work Novice – requires SCN+SIN+SEN+SBN (#s 26, 38)
SWA = Scent Work Advanced – requires SCA+SIA+SEA+SBA (#38)
 
Handler Discrimination Division
SHDN = Scent Work Handler Discrimination Novice – requires 3 handler-scent container search Qs (#38)
SHDA = Scent Work Handler Discrimination Advanced – requires 3 handler-scent interior search Qs (#38)
 
American Kennel Club Title Recognition Program for Barn Hunt (dog searches thru hay bales to find rats safely concealed in tubes – increased challenges for title levels)
RATN = Novice Barn Hunt – Initial level title recognized by AKC – requires 3 Q’s in Novice (#’s 26, 28, 35, 38, 39)
RATO = Open Barn Hunt – requires RATN title + 3 Q’s in Open (#’s 26, 38)
RATS = Senior Barn Hunt – requires RATO title + 3 Q’s in Senior (#38)
 
American Kennel Club (AKC) Trick Dog Program (dog performs a variety of tricks – increased challenges for title levels)
TKN = Novice Trick Dog – Requires 10 tricks from Novice level checklist or 5 tricks + a CGC (#’s 28, 35, 36, 38)
TKI = Intermediate Trick Dog – Requires TKN title + 10 tricks from Intermediate level checklist (#’s 28, 36)
TKA = Advanced Trick Dog – Prior to 6/1/18 required TKI + 5 Advanced tricks (#28)
– After 6/1/18 requires TKI + 10 Adv tricks
TKP = Trick Dog Performer – Thru 2017 – option allowed for TKA equivalent title from *Do More With Your Dog* grandfathered into AKC + video of 10
tricks from Nov, Int & Adv checklists w/min. of 2 Int & 2 Adv tricks (#26)
– Prior to 6/1/18 required TKA + video of 10 tricks from Nov, Int & Adv checklists w/min. of 2 Int & 2 Adv tricks (#28)
– After 6/1/18 requires TKA + 10 tricks from Int, Adv & Perf checklists w/min of 3 Perf tricks. Video or in-person evaluation OK.
TKE = Trick Dog Elite – Requires TKP + a story video of 10 tricks from Adv & Perf w/min of 5 Perf tricks (#28)
 
American Kennel Club (AKC) Therapy Dog Titles
THD = Therapy Dog – Requires a certified therapy dog to do 50 documented therapy visits (#28, 35)
 
American Kennel Club (AKC) Canine Good Citizen Program
CGC certification – requires passing the CGC test (#’s 15, 16, 17, 20, 23, 29, 35, 38)
CGC title – requires passing the CGC test + submitting title request to AKC (#’s 26, 28, 33, 35, 36)
 
American Kennel Club (AKC) Conformation
CH = AKC breed Champion – Requires 15 points w/ two majors – all points require wins over competition (#’s 6, 9, 28, 36)
 
Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) Obedience Titles (tests dog’s teamwork with handler & obedience skills ranging from novice to most challenging utility level)
“Can” C.D. = Canadian Companion Dog – requires 3 Q’s in Novice A or B (#’s 9, 12, 28)
“Can” C.D.X. = Canadian Companion Dog Excellent – requires 3 Q’s in Open A or B (#’s 12, 28)
“Can” U.D. = Canadian Utility Dog – requires 3 Q’s in Utility A or B (#12)
“Can” O.T.Ch. = Canadian Obedience Trial Champion – Derived title awarded for earning the C.D. + C.D.X. + U.D. with no additional requirements (#12)
 
Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) Drafting (tests basic obedience and ability to maneuver & haul a weighted cart)
“Can” DD = Canadian Draft Dog – requires certification by 3 different judges (#28)
 
Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) Conformation
“Can” CH = Canadian Champion – Requires 10 points w/ one major – all points require wins over competition (#’s 9, 12, 28)
 
American Kennel Club (AKC) Herding Instinct
HIC = Herding Instinct Certification – requires passing test to measure dog’s instinct to herd (#28)
 
International All Breed Canine Association (IABCA) Conformation
“Int” CH = International Champion – Requires three award certificates – no wins over competition needed (#’s 23, 28)
 
Bernese Mountain Dog Club of America (BMDCA) Drafting Titles (tests basic obedience and ability to maneuver & haul a weighted cart)
NDD = Novice Draft Dog – requires 1 Q – dog must pass all subtests (#28)
BNDD = Brace Novice Draft Dog – requires 1 Q – two dogs in tandem must pass all subtests (#28)
 
United Kennel Club (UKC) Obedience Titles (tests dog’s teamwork with handler & obedience skills ranging from novice to most challenging utility level)
U-CD = United Companion Dog – requires 3 qualifying scores in Novice A or B (#’s 15, 18, 21)
U-CDX = United Companion Dog Excellent – requires 3 qualifying scores in Open A or B (#’s 15, 18, 21)
U-UD = United Utility Dog – requires 3 qualifying scores in Utility A or B (#18)
 
United Kennel Club (UKC) Agility (tests dog’s ability to be directed & negotiate obstacle courses with speed)
UAI = United Agility I – requires 3 qualifying scores in United Agility I A or B – first level (#29)
UAII = United Agility II – requires 3 qualifying scores in United Agility II A or B – second level (#29)
 
United Kennel Club (UKC) Weight Pull (weight pulled on wheels must be 8 times the dog’s body weight - on rails must be 10x dog’s body weight)
UWP = United Weight Pull – requires 3 qualifying pulls (#29)
 
United Kennel Club (UKC) Conformation
“U” CH = UKC Champion – Requires 100 points w/ three wins over competition (#’s 32, 33, 37)
“U” GRCH = UKC Grand Champion – Requires UCH title + five wins of the Champion class with other champions as competition (#32)
“U” RBIS = Reserve Best In Show (#33)
 
North American Dog Agility Council (NADAC) (tests dog’s ability to be directed & negotiate obstacle courses with speed)
NAC = Novice Agility Certificate – requires 3 Q’s/30 points (#’s 28, 29)
NJC = Novice Jumpers Certificate – requires 3 Q’s/30 points (#29)
TN-N = Tunnelers Novice– requires 3 Q’s/30 points (#’s 28, 29)
 
Canine Performance Events (CPE) Agility (tests dog’s ability to be directed & negotiate obstacle courses with speed – Qs are point & fault based – many classes & levels)
CL2-R = Level 2 Standard (#26)
CL3-R = Level 3 Standard (#26)
CL2-F =Level 2 Fun (#26)
 
National Association of Treibball Enthusiasts (NATE) (timed test of dog’s ability to follow handler’s directions to drive balls into goal - increased title level challenges)
TE-N = NATE Novice – Requires 3 Q’s (#26)
TE-I = NATE Intermediate – Requires 3 Q’s (#26)
 
American Temperament Test Society (ATTS)
TT = Temperament Tested title – requires passing all 10 subtests that measure various aspects of temperament (#33)
 
Therapy Dog Registries
Pet Partners – requires passing 3-part screening of dog’s health, skill & aptitude + screening of handler for knowledge about the program & teamwork with the dog. (#33)
Therapy Dogs International, Inc. (TDI) – requires passing TDI testing which is similar to Canine Good Citizen testing that includes medical equipment (#’s 28, 29)