Annual Awards

The Chinese Crested Club of Ontario is pleased to recognize accomplishments within the Province of Ontario with the awards outlined below. A trophy with a personalized nameplate will be presented for Photo opportunities at the first Club Event of the year, and will remain in the possession of the Club, to be displayed at all Club events. A keeper rosette will also be presented.

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Top Dog
Awarded to the top dog according to Dog Defeated points (1 point for every dog beaten) awarded at breed level or higher, at any CKC show within Ontario, within the calendar year. RBIS receives 1 point for every dog entered in the groups defeated. Points earned at shows outside of Ontario will not be included. Dog need not be a resident of Ontario.

In case of a tie, the award will be given to the dog with the higher percentage of group placements in relation to breed wins. (example: 15 group placements with 30 breed wins is a 50% group placement rate - compared to 15 group placements and 20 breed wins having a 75% group placement rate). If a tie still occurs, the award will be given to the dog with the higher percentage of Group 1st placements in relation to total group placements.

Top Dog of Opposite Variety
Awarded to the top dog of opposite coat type to the Top Dog, using the same criteria as outlined above. If the Top Dog is a Hairless, Top Dog of Opposite Variety would be the top Powderpuff, and vice-versa.

Top Puppy
Awarded to the top puppy according to the schedule outlined below, awarded at any CKC show within Ontario, within the calendar year.
1pt - Best Puppy in Breed, Best Baby Puppy in Breed (includes regional/national Breed Specialty shows)
5pts - Best Puppy Group, Best Baby Puppy in Group (includes Group Specialty shows)
10pts - Best Puppy in Show, Best Baby Puppy in Show
Points are cumulative, a puppy winning Best Puppy in Show would receive 16pts (1 for Breed, 5 for Group, 10 for Show). There need not be any competition at breed level to award points. Points earned at shows outside of Ontario will not be included. Puppy need not be a resident of Ontario.

In the case of a tie, the award will be given to the dog with the higher percentage of puppy group wins in relation to puppy breed wins. If a tie still occurs, the award will be given to the puppy with the higher percentage of Best of Breed wins in relation to Puppy Breed wins.

Top Puppy of Opposite Variety
Awarded to the top puppy of opposite coat type to the Top Puppy, using the same criteria as outlined above. If the Top Puppy is a Hairless, Top Puppy of Opposite Variety would be the top Powderpuff, and vice-versa.

Top Breeder/Owner/Handler
Awarded to the club member with the highest cumulative points won by all dogs that they Bred, Owned and Handled, at any CKC show within Ontario, within the calendar year. Points earned at shows outside of Ontario will not be included. Breeder need not be a resident of Ontario, but must be an active member of the Chinese Crested Club of Ontario on the date of each win, as well as on December 31st when the final awards are tabulated. Club membership received before March 1st of the current year will receive credit for any wins earned in January & February of that year. (Exception for 2010, membership received by September 1st will receive credit for wins prior to this date)

Points are awarded according to Dog Defeated points (1 point for every dog beaten) awarded at breed level or higher, in addition to using the Puppy schedule outlined below. A puppy may earn points under both point schedules at the same show.
1pt - Best Puppy in Breed, Best Baby Puppy in Breed (includes regional/national Breed Specialty shows)
5pts - Best Puppy Group, Best Baby Puppy in Group (includes Group Specialty shows)
10pts - Best Puppy in Show, Best Baby Puppy in Show

Each dog must carry the Breeder's kennel name as part of their registered name in order to be eligible. Further, the Breeder of record must own/co-own the dog on the day of the show, and present the dog in the ring in at least one class. If a dog has two Breeders, and presented in the same show by both Breeders, any wins shall be credited to the Breeder who presented the dog in the first class.