Stunt Dog is a new titling program brought to us by Do More With Your Dog. Titles are awarded through performances in live ring trials that showcase tricks as well as the skills needed for your dog to stay and to focus under pressure. The first four levels are highly structured — makes it easy to started!
Do more specialty dogs have titles?
Overview: There are four standard Trick Dog Titles: Novice, Intermediate, Advanced, and Expert. Each must be earned consecutively. Earn each title by demonstrating a set number of tricks from a checklist.
Do more with your dog levels?
WHAT ARE TRICK TITLES: Do More With Your Dog is a recognized sanctioning body for the sport of Dog Tricks, and issue official Dog Trick Titles! These titles are recognized by both the CKC and AKC as well! There are 4 standard trick title levels: Novice, Intermediate, Advanced, and Expert.
What does TKN mean for dogs?
Novice Trick Dog (TKN)
If a dog has a Canine Good Citizen (CGC) certificate or title on record at AKC, it can do 5 Novice tricks (CGC + 5) to earn the Novice title.
What is RN dog title?
There are three levels in AKC rally: Novice (beginner’s class), successful completion results in the title RN (Rally Novice); Advanced (when completed, dogs receive the title RA); and the highest class, Excellent (RE).
How do you become an AKC dog evaluator?
To become an AKC CGC Approved Evaluator, you need to meet a few basic qualifications:
- Must be at least 18 years of age.
- Have at least 2 years of experience working with owners and their dogs.
- Have experience working with a variety of breeds and sizes of dogs.
- Must not be currently suspended from AKC privileges.
What is a CGC title?
Dog owners who complete the CGC as a Title process may list the suffix “CGC” after the dog’s name. … Since the program began in 1989, CGC™ has been considered an “award,” meaning that it has not been listed on a dog’s title record.