FCI REGULATIONS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

FCI REGULATIONS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP



FEDERATION CYNOLOGIQUE INTERNATIONALE (AISBL)
Place Albert 1er, 13, B ? 6530 Thuin (Belgique), tel : +32.71.59.12.38, fax : +32.71.59.22.29, email : info@fci.be
I. FCI INTERNATIONAL BEAUTY CHAMPIONSHIP FOR ALL BREEDS TOGETHER
A. Breeds not subject to working trials
To be eligible for the title of International Beauty Champion, dogs from these breeds must have obtained :

a) over a minimum period of one year and one day, four CACIB in three different countries, under three different judges, no matter the number of dogs

b) the period between the first and the last CACIB must be understood as follows : for example, from Jan 1, 1996 to Jan 1, 1997

For a) and b), exceptions may be granted provided they are approved by the FCI General Committee
B. Breeds subject to working trials
To be eligible for the title International Beauty Champion, these dogs must have obtained :

a) over a minimum period of one year and one day, in two different countries, under two different judges, two CACIB, no matter the number of dogs.

b) the period between the first and the last CACIB must be at least one year and one day (for example, from Jan 1, 1996 to Jan 1, 1997), the date of the trial is not taken into account.

c) at least a 3rd prize, or a grade "Good" in a working trial where the national CACT is being competed for. However, if the trial is judged on points, the prizes shall not be taken into account, but the dogs must have obtained at least 75% of the maximum points.

? Exception for Fox-Terriers
In trials judged on points, the dog should have obtained at least 60% in underground trials.

For a) and b), exceptions may be granted provided they are approved by the FCI General Committee

? Utility dogs : The International Tests for Rescue Dogs or the national Schutzhund Tests or the IPO (RCI) are the only tests which make a dog eligible for the title of Beauty Champion.
As far as IPO (RCI) is concerned, the dog must have obtained, in Class 1, a minimum of 70% of the points in each discipline, i.e. tracking, obedience and defense.
In Shutzhund tests, the requirements are as follows : no matter the class where the dog is entered, it must have obtained a minimum of 70% in discipline A (tracking) and B (obedience) and 80% in discipline C (defense).
C. RULES COMMON TO A AND B
When a breed includes several varieties which differ as to weight, colour, type of coat, etc., the FCI General Assembly will decide whether all the varieties should compete for one single CACIB or whether there should be more than one award.
In case of disagreement or uncertainty, the FCI Committee will make the final decision after consultation with the country of origin of the breed and the Standard Commission.
 
The modifications in bold and italic type were approved by the FCI General Committee in Brussels, March 2004.

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