Criteria For ABC Top Performance Awards
TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING AWARDS, THE OWNER OF THAT DOG MUST BE A MEMBER OF ABC OR AN ABC MEMBER CLUB.
Top Agility Boxer of the Year
Goal: To award the boxer that has consistently attained the fastest (Score) and most consistent (Double Q's) performance in AKC Masters Agility class (Highest class).
Dog will be selected from AKC records of the dog with the highest score for the calendar year in Masters Class.
Scores will be sorted and ranked highest to lowest by the Score (Double Q's x 10) + MACH points.
Top Obedience Boxer
Goal: To award the boxer that has attained the highest level of skill, training and consistency needed to execute the AKC Obedience classes.
Dog must attain a minimum of three (3) qualifying scores in the calendar year per AKC records in the regular obedience classes (Novice, Open and Utility).
A formula has been derived that averages scores and weights the advanced classes like Utility over Novice. Therefore a dog with a score of 198 in Utility is weighted higher than a dog with 198 in Novice, awarding highest level of training and consistency in obedience.
Top Performance Boxer
Goal: To award the boxer that performs at the highest levels of the multi venues of AKC recognized performance sports. This is designed as a lifetime award rather than as a yearly award.
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High Energy and Very Active, Boxers are
strong, quick, busy dogs who need plenty of
exercise; they enjoy physical and mental
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