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AKC Farm Dog Certified test

Postby Trademarkbark » Sat Apr 14, 2018 4:00 pm

If you’re looking for a fun title to add, check out the new AKC Farm Dog Certified (FDC) test. It’s like a CGC on a farm, with elements of a temperament test thrown in (unusual surfaces). Grytz and OE recently passed the two required tests to earn their titles and we had a lot of fun. :laugh:
CA UFGRCH USCH GRCH "Spud" TT FDC CA CGC TKN
CAX UFGRCH USCH GRCH "OE" TT CA TKN FDC BCAT CGC
USCH UFCH GRCH GCH "Grytz" TT CGCU TKN FDC
CH "Doozy" FDC CGC TKN

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Re: AKC Farm Dog Certified test

Postby Amanda » Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:26 pm

That sounds fun! We are working toward the CGC (no jumping on people, little Miss!) and tricks. I think we can get the Novice tricks title now. I just need to get my boss to sit still long enough test me. :)

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Re: AKC Farm Dog Certified test

Postby Sabine » Mon Apr 16, 2018 12:02 pm

I so want to do this with Dax, I'm pretty sure he would pass. Sadly he's not eligible. I wish AKC would give a performance registration option that doesn't require neutering.
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Re: AKC Farm Dog Certified test

Postby Amanda » Mon Apr 16, 2018 5:46 pm

They have to be neutered for this test??

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Re: AKC Farm Dog Certified test

Postby Sabine » Tue Apr 17, 2018 11:17 am

No, but they have to be registered with AKC in one way or another. For a PAL or Canine Partners, they can't be intact.
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Re: AKC Farm Dog Certified test

Postby Amanda » Tue Apr 17, 2018 11:36 am

Oh, I see.


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