Here you can find all those breeds whose main task was and still is herding or driving livestock.All breeds in this group
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Grouping & Classes
Friday, 28. July 2023
FCI-Groups: 2, 4, 5
Saturday, 29. July 2023
FCI-Groups: 1, 6, 9
Sunday, 30. July 2023
FCI-Groups: 3, 7, 8, 10
9.30 - approx. 15.30
Evaluation of the dogs
Classification according to FCI groups
Die Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI) is the world organization of cynology. It currently comprises 99 member and contracting countries (only one association per country), which in turn issue their own pedigrees and train the judges. The VDH represents Germany in the FCI. The FCI guarantees within its organization the mutual recognition of the pedigrees (pedigrees) of the countries, as well as of the judges. At present the FCI recognizes 353 different breeds. For each breed there is a so-called standard, in which the ideal type is described in terms of appearance and behavior. The breed standards are maintained by the FCI member associations where the breed originates. Germany is the standard-setting country for 32 dog breeds.
These internationally recognized breeds are divided into different FCI groups:
Pinscher and Schnauzer belong to the domestic dogs, they differ mainly in coat type and size and are bred for versatile purposes. The term Molosser stands for large, heavy dog beasts, Swiss farm dogs are called Sennenhunde.All breeds in this group
Terriers were originally bred as hunting dogs to drive foxes and badgers from their burrows. As a rule, they are small to medium-sized breeds. A distinction is made between "High-legged Terriers", "Low-legged Terriers", "Bull-type Terriers" and "Dwarf Terriers".All breeds in this group
The term Dachshund indicates the original breeding purpose of the breeds known as Dachshunds or dachshunds. As a pronounced hunting dog, used for hunting work under the ground, for rummaging and for welding work, he enjoys high esteem. At home, however, he is also an attentive guard.All breeds in this group
In the case of Spitz, a distinction is made between European and Asian breeds, which, by the way, are not genetically related to each other, with a few exceptions. The term Urtyp stands for the Urrassen of the domestic dog. Group 5 also includes the Nordic sled and hunting dogs and the Nordic guard and herding dogs.All breeds in this group
Breeding for hunting purposes is the origin of many breeds. Running dogs are supposed to be able to track game over long distances, welding dogs have the task of tracking down injured game - in hunter's language "welding" stands for bleeding. What they all have in common is a pronounced hunting instinct and excellent scenting ability, which makes them particularly capable of working out and following game tracks.All breeds in this group
To search for something and bring it to the master is what the term retrieve stands for and that is also what distinguishes the retrieving dog. A retriever dog searches for game independently in unclear terrain and drives it to the hunter. The water dog supports fishermen and hunters in water game areas. They are all characterized by the impulsive disposition to rummage and retrieve.All breeds in this group
Companion dogs have above all the task to keep the human company and to serve him as a social partner. The name of the companion dog also says it all: it is supposed to accompany people. According to the VDH guidelines, a dog is also considered a companion dog if it has taken the first step in the multi-stage training system by passing the companion dog test.All breeds in this group
Hardly any other animal can keep up with them. Greyhounds, especially the Greyhound, are among the fastest land animals in the world, only the cheetah is faster. The English name "sighthounds" expresses that it is typical for the greyhounds to use speed and sight to overtake the prey to be hunted.All breeds in this group
Which class for my dog?
6-9 Monate, keine Vergabe des CACIB
9-18 Monate, keine Vergabe des CACIB, konkurrieren aber um die Anwartschaft Deutscher Jugend-Champion. Der Beste Jugendhund konkurriert um das BOB. Der Beste Jugendhund wird ermittelt aus dem besten Jugendrüden und der besten Jugendhündin. Voraussetzung ist die Formwertnote „Vorzüglich“.
15-24 Monate, konkurrieren um die Anwartschaften Deutscher Champion, das CACIB und das BOB.
ab 15 Monate, konkurrieren um die Anwartschaften Deutscher Champion, das CACIB und das BOB
ab 15 Monate, ein Gebrauchshundezertifikat muss zusammen mit der Meldung eingereicht werden. Wenn das Gebrauchshundezertifikat fehlt, wird der Hund automatisch in die Offene Klasse versetzt. Konkurrieren um die Anwartschaften Deutscher Champion, das CACIB und das BOB.
ab 15 Monate, für Hunde mit einem internationalen oder nationalen Championtitel, eine Kopie dieses Zertifikates muss zusammen mit der Meldung eingereicht werden. Wenn das Zertifikat fehlt, wird der Hund automatisch in die Offene Klasse versetzt. Konkurrieren um die Anwartschaften Deutscher Champion, das CACIB und das BOB.