DACOF Title Cross Reference

 

DACOF Title Cross Reference & Competition Level Eligibility

 

Note: DACOF Competition Levels are based upon Standard (Regular)

agility classes at the highest level attained at EITHER the Preferred or Regular Jump Height.

 

To compete at

DACOF LEVEL

 

Novice

You cannot have earned an AKC Open Standard (OA or OAP), a USDAA Advanced/PII Standard (ASA or APS), a NADAC Open Regular (OAC), a UKI Novice, Three (3) CPE Level 4 Standard Legs or Three (3) TDAA Superior Legs by the Title Cutoff Date.

 

Additionally, if a dog competing at any previous DACOF(s) has earned an individual 1st place placement or any two (2) combined placements (finished 1st, 2nd or 3rd) at the Novice Level in Standard (with or without table), Time 2 Beat, DACOF Fast, or Jumps with Weaves, the dog will be ineligible to compete again at DACOF in Novice, even if the dog’s Standard Agility Class Competition Level attained by the Title Cut-Off Date would have otherwise allowed the dog to compete at the Novice Level. However, if a dog meets this criteria from a Level/Jump Height represented by fewer than five (5) dogs, the handler can make an appeal to the Board for an exception.

 

Open

You cannot have earned an AKC Excellent (AX or AXP) title, Three (3) USDAA Masters/PIII Standard Legs, a NADAC Elite Regular (EAC or EAS), a UKI Senior, Six (6) CPE Level 5 Standard Legs or three (3) CPE Level C Legs or a TDAA TaCH by the Title Cutoff Date.

 

Additionally, if a dog competing at any previous DACOF(s) has earned an individual 1st place placement or any two (2) combined placements (finished 1st, 2nd or 3rd) at the Open Level in Standard (with or without table), Time 2 Beat, DACOF Fast, or Jumps with Weaves, the dog will be ineligible to compete again at DACOF in the Open class, even if the dog’s Standard Agility Class Competition Level attained by the Title Cut-Off Date would have otherwise allowed the dog to compete at the Open Level. However, if a dog meets this criteria from a Level/Jump Height represented by fewer than five (5) dogs, the handler can make an appeal to the Board for an exception.

 

Excellent

Any dog can compete in Excellent regardless of titles

 

 

 

 

Rev. 2018-01-02

DACOF 2018
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