Aqua Dogs Titles

2018

Rules

To qualify for a division placement all dogs must have jumped no less than 5 rounds in a full competition or sanctioned facility event within the qualifying year.

Division Placement will be based on the longest jump achieved by a dog within a season

Top 8 jumping dogs in each division will receive an invite to the Aqua Dogs National Championships (ADNC)

Top 3 positions in each discipline and division will receive title placement from first to third in descending or based on the ADNC event result.

Any dogs in the top 8 which are not able to attend the ADNC will forfeit there position to the next dog in the ranking

Go Long

Lap, Novice, Amateur, Semi-Pro, Pro and Super Pro Series Divisions

  • Top 8 jumping dogs will be invited to the Aqua Dogs National Championships
  • Any ties will be broken by seasonal accumulation of jumping distances during a competition or facility events

Go High

All Dog and Lap Dog Division

  • Top 8 jumping dogs will be invited to the Aqua Dogs National Championships
  • Any ties will be broken by seasonal accumulation of heights recorded during a competition or facility events

Go Fetch

All dog and Lap Dog Divisions

  • Top 8 jumping dogs will be invited to the Aqua Dogs National Championships
  • Any ties will be broken by the accumulation number of rounds a competitor has participated during a competition or facility events

AWARDS – Medallions or ribbons will be awarded for top four placements in Division Finals. No awards will be handed out for placement within each round with the exception of young handlers. During qualifying rounds, we will give awards for the following:

i. First time jump in Go-Fetch, Go-Long, Go-High
ii. Personal Best (PB) in each discipline
iii. Perfect start in Go-Fetch (0.000 s)