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CHIB (International FCI-Show Champion)

- 2 CACIB-certificates on a international dogshow in two differentcountries given under two different judges
- there has to be at least one year between the dates of these CACIB-certificates
- at least the qualification "good" on a field trial


FRANCE

- the CAC-certificate on the national dogshow in Paris or on the French clubshow
- two CAC-certificates, at least one of them has to be obtained on a international dogshow and at least one on a dogshow known as "special breedshow".
- at least the qualification "Very Good" on a field-trial or in the complete hunting tests a qualification "second category" The 3 CAC-certificates have to be given under 3 different judges within a delay of 2 years.


GERMANY

- 4 CAC-certificates with at least 2 of them given on a international dogshow under at least 3 different judges
- there has to be more than one year between the dates of the first and the fourth CAC-certificate

AUSTRIA

- 4 CAC-certificates under at least 3 different judges; 3 of these CAC-certificates have to be given at the dog engaged in "working" class
- there has to be more than one year between the dates of the first and the fourth CAC-certificate.

BELGIUM

- 2 CAC-certificates given under 2 different judges
- at least a CQN on a field trial (CQN : certificate of natural hunting abilities, is given for a excellent run and point but the dog made a fault (was not steady at wing or shot, without this mistake he should have the "excellent" qualification)
- there has to be more than one year between the dates of the first and the second CAC-certificate.

DENMARK

- 3 CAC-certificates given under 3 different judges
- when the dog is already a showchampion in Norway or Sweden : one CAC-certificate is sufficient

FINLAND

- 3 CAC-certificates given under 3 different judges
- for the third CAC-certificate the dog has to be at least 2 years old
- a first or a second prize on a field trial

HUNGARY

- 4 CAC-certificates on Hungarian dogshows
- a qualification on a field- and watertrial

The dog winning the "champions class" 3 times on a dogshow becomes the BkHCH-showtitle

ITALY

- 5 CAC-certificates given under at least 4 different judges for the dog entered in "working" class
- at least one CAC-certificate has to be given on a "special breed"-show and at least 2 of them have to be given on international dogshows

LUXEMBURG

- 2 CAC-certificates on the international dogshows in Luxemburg
- if the dog owns already a showtitle one CAC-certificate on a international dogshow in Luxemburg is sufficient

MONACO

- 2 CAC-certificates on the international dogshow of Monaco

NORWEGIA

- 3 CAC-certificates given under 3 different judges and one of the CAC-certificates has to be given on the "national winner"-dogshow
- one qualification on a field trial
- if the dog is already Swedish or Danish showchampion one CAC-certificate in Norvegia is sufficient; although the condition about the 3 different judges is valuable

THE NETHERLANDS

- 4 CAC-certificates The CAC-certificates given on the clubshow or on the "national winner" dogshow have the value of 2 certificates; the Reserve-CAC-certificate on these shows has the value of one CAC-certificate The Reserve-CAC-certificate on other shows has the value of 1/4 (0.25) of a
CAC-certificate
- the last CAC-certificate has to be given after the dog has at least 27 months

POLAND

- 3 CAC-certificates given under 3 different judges
- one of these CAC-certificates has to be given on the "national winner"-dogshow

PORTUGAL

- 4 CAC-certificates given under 3 different judges at least and at least 1 one them has to be given on the "national winner"-dogshow at Lisboa

SLOVENIA

- 2 CAC-certificates given under 2 different judges
- at least one of the CAC-certificates has to be given for the dog enterred in "working" class
- there has to be at least one year between the dates of the 2 CAC-certificates

SWEDEN

- 2 CAC-certificates given under 2 different judges
- for one of these CAC-certificates the dog has to be at least 24 months
- a "first prize" in a "open" field trial

or

- 2 CAC-certificates given under 2 different judges
- for one ot these CAC-certificates the dogs has to be at least 24 months

- a "first prize" in a "elite" or "champions"field trial in Danmark or Norvegia OR
- two "first prizes" in a "open" field trial in Danmark, Norvegia or Sweden

SWITZERLAND

- 3 CAC-certificates given by at least 2 different judges
- 2 of these CAC-certificates have to be given on a international dogshow
- there has to be at least 12 months between the dates of the first and the third CAC-certificate

THE CZECH REPUBLIC

- 2 CAC-certificates given under 2 different judges
- at least one certificates has to be given on a international dogshow
- a qualification on a "hunting" test
 

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So any pics of the mastiff? How much does your guy weigh? I agree no matter how sweet you mastiff is don't get a male dobe. You'll be lucky if he walks away with all is parts, once your dobie comes into his manhood. Seriously it can be tragic for all parties concerned.
 
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