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Pedigree registration request

Write an email to info@huntingdogsclub.am with subject "Pedigree registration request".
Attach the scan of pedigree certified with any cynological organization which contains holographic signs and the signature of a responsible collaborator with a verification of the pedigree content truth.
Attach the scan of your document of a membership in any hunting club.
Attach
A document verifying your membership in any local cynological association is highly desirable.

Hunting Dogs Club Stud Book number

HDCSB-XX.X.XXX.BN.CC-XX.XX.XXXX-ID

1. XX.X.XXX.BN.CC - FCI part :

XX - Group number

X - Section number

XXX - FCI Standard number

BN - Breed Name abbreviation in language of the country of origin

CC - Origin country code

 

2. XX.XX.XX - Date of Birth part with (DD.MM.YY) format

3. ID - Stoodbook ID number

 

For Example:

HDCSB-07.1.095.EB.FR-08.09.2015-12

EPAGNEUL BRETON with date of birth 08-Sep-2015 and identification number in the stoodbook database -12

Field Trials and Tests for Continental Pointers

GENERAL REGULATIONS

 

PURPOSE

Art. I.1 The purpose of international field trials and international hunting tests for

continental pointers, held under patronage of the F.C.I., is the selection of dogs which hunt

efficaciously in a breed-appropriate style, in order to provide an essential contribution to the

selection of the genetically best-transmitting dogs for improvement of the various

continental pointer breeds and to stimulate the interest in high-grade dogs.

ORGANIZATION

Art. I.2 International field trials and international hunting tests for continental

pointers, under F.C.I. patronage, are organized by breeder’s associations, regional dogfancier

associations and user associations of hunting dogs, recognized by the governing

national canine organizations having F.C.I. membership.

Art. I.3 An association intending to organize an international field trial or

international hunting test endowed with the Certificat d’Aptitude au Championnat

International de Travail (CACIT), makes a timely request for F.C.I. patronage via the

governing national canine organization of its country. The F.C.I. grants its patronage only if

the field trial or hunting test conforms to the Rules and Bylaws formulated here. A CACIT can

be awarded only if the governing national canine organization endows the field trial or

hunting test with a Certificat d’Aptitude au Championnat de Travail (CACT).

Art. I.4 The fields should be tended before commencement of the field trial or

hunting test. During the competition no game shall be put out.

PARTICIPATION

Art. I.5 The international field trials and international hunting tests for continental

pointers under F.C.I. patronage are open to all pure-bred continental pointers registered in

an F.C.I.-recognized studbook. The owner’s or handler’s nationality and place of legal

residence are irrelevant.

Art. I.6 Excluded from participation are: inadequately vaccinated dogs, aggressive

dogs, dogs suffering from a contagious disease, bitches in heat, monorchid or cryptorchid

dogs, dogs suffering from testicular atrophy, and dogs belonging to persons who are

members of an association designated as dissident by the governing national canine

organization of their country or persons who are excluded to competitions by the governing

national canine organization of their country.

 

 

Doped dogs are forbidden, dogs which are doped will be excluded and those who are

 

responsible will be disciplined.

 

Art. I.7 Participation may be restricted to one breed or a number of breeds, on

 

condition that this restriction is announced in advance.

 

Art. I.8 Participation may be restricted in view of merit (qualifications obtained

 

earlier), on condition that this restriction is announced in advance.

 

Art. I.9 The organizing association may limit the number of participating dogs, on

 

condition that this limitation is announced in advance. The limit may not be placed at less

 

than twelve participants.

 

Art. I.10 Participation may be not restricted on the basis of gender or age.

 

Art. I.11 Application to enter the competition must be made prior to the entry

 

deadline determined and announced by the organizing association; after this date no further

 

entries will be accepted.

 

Art. I.12 Entries are not accepted unless the required registration fee is paid. Nonresident

 

participants can pay upon arrival at the competition site before the start of the

 

competition event. A registration fee will not be returned unless the participant has

 

announced withdrawal prior to the entry deadline.

 

Art. I.13 In the event of force majeure the field trial or hunting test may be cancelled

 

and, if this is the case, the registration fees will be used to meet incurred obligations.

 

 

JUDGES

 

Art. I.14 Authorized to judge during international field trials and international hunting

 

tests for continental pointers under F.C.I. patronage are only those judges who are qualified

 

to judge during these competitions and whose names occur on the lists of judges in their

 

country of current legal residence. Foreign judges may officiate only if permission is obtained

 

from the governing national canine organization of their country. Such permission should be

timely requested by the governing national canine organization of the organizing country.

 

Art. I.15 A judge cannot judge any dog that he has either owned, co-owned, trained,

 

kept or sold in the six months preceding the competition where he is officiating as a judge,

 

the same applies to dogs owned by members of his immediate family or partners.

 

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