May 112016
 

During 2015, Dachshunds earned the following AKC prefix titles:

  • 572 Champions (CH)
  • 187 Grand Champions (GCH)
  • 80 Field Champions (FC)
  • 41 Dual Champions (CH + FC) – As always, Dachshunds titled more DCs than any other breed in 2015.  The entire Sporting Group earned only 30 DCs in 2015.  The closest breed in terms of DCs earned was the Rhodesian Ridgeback with 20 for the year.
  • 3 Master Agility Champion (MACH)

4 MACH2s
2 MACH3s
3 MACH4s
1 MACH6
1 MACH12
1 MACH13
1 MACH14 – The MACH12 through MACH 14 titles were all earned by one dog, MACH14 Kadell’s Cuevo Gold W RN MXG4 MJB5.

  • 6 Preferred Agility Champion (PACH)

1 PACH2
1 PACH3

 

In addition to the various championship titles, Dachshunds also earned the following AKC suffix titles during 2015.

 

Obedience

 

  • 19 CDs (Companion Dog)
  • 6 CDXs (Companion Dog Excellent)
  • 4 UDs (Utility Dog)
  • UDX (Utility Dog Excellent) – Upon completion of a UD title, dogs may earn the Utility Dog Excellent (UDX) by double qualifying in both the Open B and Utility B classes at 10 different trials.

1 UDX 8
1 UDX9
1 UDX10 – The UDX 8 through UDX10 titles were all earned by FC Duchwood’s Hide and Zeke MS UDX10 OGM, a multiple HIT and multiple DCA national obedience trial winner.

  • OM (Obedience Master) – The Obedience Master / Obedience Grand Master programs was introduced by AKC in 2013.  The intent was to recognize UD titled dogs who consistently score a 190 or better.  Points towards an OM are earned from Open B or Utility B classes.

1 OM8
1 OM9
1 OGM (Obedience Grand Master) – The OM8 through OGM titles earned in 2015 were all earned by FC Duchwood’s Hide and Zeke MS UDX10 OGM.

  • 30 BNs (Beginner Novice)
  • 4 PCDs (Preferred Companion Dog)
  • 4 GNs (Graduate Novice)
  • 1 PCDX (Preferred Companion Dog Excellent)
  • 1 GO (Graduate Open)
  • 1 VER (Versatility)

 

Tracking Titles

  • 6 TDs (Tracking Dog)
  • 1 TDX (Tracking Dog Excellent)

 

Earthdog Titles

  • 55 JEs (Junior Earthdog) – The most earned by any of the eligible breeds!
  • 18 SEs (Senior Earthdog)
  • 7 MEs (Master Earthdog)
  • 1 EE (Endurance Earthdog) – Title requires 5 double qualifying runs in both SE and ME at the same trial).

3 EE3s
1 EE4

 

Agility Titles

  • 12 NAs (Novice Agility)
  • 14 NAJs (Novice Agility Jumper)
  • 14 NAPs (Novice Agility Preferred)
  • 16 NJPs (Novice Agility Jumper Preferred)
  • 15 OAs (Open Agility)
  • 16 OAJs (Open Agility Jumper)
  • 7 OAPs (Open Agility Preferred)
  • 7 OJPs (Open Agility Jumper Preferred)
  • 8 AXs (Agility Excellent)
  • 10 AXJs (Excellent Agility Jumper)
  • 5 AXPs (Agility Excellent Preferred)
  • 8 AJPs (Excellent Agility Jumpers Preferred)
  • 6 MXs (Master Agility Excellent)

                5 MXBs (Master Bronze Agility)

 1 MXB5

                3 MXSs (Master Silver Agility)

                                1 MXS2

                2 MXGs (Master Gold Agility)

                                1 MXG2

                                1 MXG4

                6 MXCs (Master Agility Century)

                                1 MXC4

  • 9 MXJs (Master Excellent Jumper)

                5 MJBs (Master Bronze Jumper)              

                                5 MJB2s 

                                1 MJB5

                5 MJSs (Master Silver Jumper)

                                3 MJS2s

                                1 MJS5

                3 MJGs (Master Gold Jumper)

                                1 MJG2

                                1 MJG5

               4 MJCs (Master Century Jumper)

  1 MJC2
1 MJC4              

  • 6 MXPs (Master Agility Excellent Preferred)

                5 MXP2s

                6 MXP3s

                7 MXP4s

                7 MXP5s

                5 MXP6s

                2 MXP7s

                1 MXP8

                2 MXP9s

                2 MXP10s

                4 MXPBs

                7 MXPSs

                1 MXPG

                2 MXPCs

  • 4 MJPs (Master Excellent Jumper Preferred)

                5 MJP2s

                5 MJP3s

                6 MJP4s

                5 MJP5s

                3 MJP6s

                3 MJP7s

                3 MJP8s

                1 MJP10

                1 MJP11

                3 MJPBs

                5 MJPSs

                4 MJPGs

                1 MJPC  

  • 9 NFs (Agility FAST Novice)
  • 5 NFPs (Agility FAST Novice Preferred)
  • 8 OFs (Agility FAST Open)
  • 5 OFPs (Agility FAST Open Preferred)
  • 5 XFs (Agility FAST Excellent)
  • 1 XFP (Agility FAST Excellent Preferred)
  • 1 MXF (Agility Master FAST Excellent)

 

  • 1 TQX (Triple Q Excellent Preferred)
  • 6 PAXs (Preferred Agility Excellent)

                2 PAX2s

                1 PAX3

  • 6 TCBs (Time 2 Beat)

                2 T2BPs

 

Rally Obedience Titles

  • 53 RNs (Rally Novice)
  • 32 RAs (Rally Advanced)
  • 18 REs (Rally Excellent)
  • 4 RAEs (Rally Advanced Excellent)

1 RAE2

1 RAE4

 

Coursing Ability Test Titles

  • 24 CAs (Coursing Ability)
  • 4 CAAs (Coursing Ability Advanced)
  • 2 CAXs (Coursing Ability Excellent)

              1 CAX4

 

Canine Good Citizen Titles

  • 90 CGCs (Canine Good Citizen)
  • 23 CGCAs (Advanced Canine Good Citizen)
  • 5 CGCUs (Canine Good Citizen Urban)

 

Therapy Dog Titles

  • 2 THDNs (Therapy Dog Novice)
  • 7 THDs (Therapy Dog)
  • 3 THDAs (Therapy Dog Advanced)
  • 3 THDXs (Therapy Dog Excellent)

 

Search and Rescue Titles

  • 1 SAR-W (Search and Rescue – Wilderness) – A relatively new AKC title.  This one was earned by DC Jewels Peridot & Pearls SAR-W.

 

Congratulations to all the hard-working dogs and their owners!

Tracy Freeling

 

 

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.