Titles

NADD Titles are recognized by AKC & CKC. To look up your dog's record, visit our Titles Earned page.

 

If submitting your title to AKC/CKC please allow 4 to 6 weeks for them to record it.  Because of Covid, there staff is limited in that department.

 

DISTANCE TITLES

 

A division title is earned by accumulative five (5) qualifying jumps within one division. 

 

Distance Jump Divisions

Open Class

 

Lap Class

Novice DN

1 in - 9 ft. 11 in

Novice

1 in– 4 ft. 11 in

Junior DJ

10 ft. - 14 ft. 11 in

Junior

5 ft. – 8 ft. 11 in

Senior DS

15 ft. – 19 ft. 11 in

Senior

9 ft. -12 ft. 11 in

Master DM

20 ft. – 23 ft. 11 in

Master

13 ft. – 17 ft. 11 in

Elite DE

24 ft. - 27 ft  11 in

Elite

18 ft. and above

Premier

28 ft  and above

   

 

Advanced (A) – can be earned with an additional 25 qualifying jumps within a division (on your 30th jump). An (A) will be placed behind the Division Title.

 

  • DNA –Dock Novice Advanced
  • DJA –Dock Junior Advanced
  • DSA –Dock Senior Advanced
  • DMA –Dock Master Advanced
  • DEA –Dock Elite Advanced

 

Excellent (X) – can be earned once you have earned a Excellent (X) with an additional 25 qualifying jumps within a division (on your 55th jump). A (X) will be placed behind the Division Title.

 

  • DNX – Dock Novice Excellent
  • DJX – Dock Junior Excellent
  • DSX – Dock Senior Excellent
  • DMX – Dock Master Excellent
  • DEX – Dock Elite Excellent

 

NOTE: Once an Excellent title is achieved, an additional 25 qualifying jumps (ex: 80th, 105th, etc) within a division will earn a numerical number after the X. Example – Dock Novice Excellent – DNX2, DNX3, etc. This was reduced from 50 jumps to 25 jumps on 7/2/2016

Qualifying jumps will accumulate within a division. You must earn the Division title before earning a higher title of A or X.

The higher-level titles will supersede the lower level titles on a dog’s record.

This system of recording was developed so that every qualifying jump that a handler/dog team does counts towards one of the above titles.

 

AIR RETRIEVE TITLES

 

A handler/dog team can earn one qualifying grab towards a Division title based on their longest grab in an Air Retrieve competition.

A Division title is earned by accumulative five (5) qualifying grabs within one division. (For Lap AR, see separate divisions) 

 

Air Retrieve Jump Divisions

Open Class

 

Lap Class

Novice AN

6 ft. – 9 ft.

Novice

4 ft. – 6 ft.

Junior AJ

10 ft. – 13 ft.

Junior

7 ft. – 9 ft.

Senior AS

14 ft. – 17 ft.

Senior

10 ft. – 12 ft.

Master AM

18 ft. – 21 ft.

Master

13 ft. – 15 ft.

Elite AE

22 ft. and up

Elite

16 ft. and up

 

After the Division title is achieved additional titling levels can be earned.

 

Advanced (A) – can be earned with an additional 10 qualifying grabs within a division. This is a total of 15 grabs within a division. An (A) will be placed behind the Division. An (A) will be placed behind the Division Title.

 

  • Air Retrieve Novice Advanced (ANA)
  • Air Retrieve Junior Advanced (AJA)
  • Air Retrieve Senior Advanced (ASA)
  • Air Retrieve Master Advanced (AMA)
  • Air Retrieve Elite Advanced (AEA)

 

Excellent (X) – can be earned once you have earned an Advance (A) with an additional an additional 10 qualifying grabs within a division.  This is a total of 25 grabs within a division. A (X) will be placed behind the Division Title.

 

  • Air Retrieve Novice Excellent (ANX)
  • Air Retrieve Junior Excellent (AJX)
  • Air Retrieve Senior Excellent (ASX)
  • Air Retrieve Master Excellent (AMX)
  • Air Retrieve Elite Excellent (AEX)

 

NOTE: Once an Excellent title is achieved an additional 10 qualifying grabs within a division will earn a numerical number after the X. Example – Air Retrieve Novice Excellent – ANX2, ANX3, etc.

 

Qualifying grabs will accumulate within a division. You must earn the Division title before earning a higher title of Advance (A) or Excellent (X).

The higher-level titles will supersede the lower level titles on a dog’s record.

 

HYDRODASH TITLES

 

A handler/dog team can earn one qualifying grab towards a Division title based on their fastest run in an HydroDash competition.

A Division title is earned by accumulative five (5) qualifying grabs within one division. (For Lap HD, see separate divisions)

 

Hydro Dash Jump Divisions

Open Class

 

Lap Class

Novice HDN

21.000-39.999

Novice

27.000-49.999

Junior HDJ

18.000-20.999

Junior

23.000-26.999

Senior HDS

16.000-17.999

Senior

20.000-22.999

Master HDM

14.000-15.999

Master

18.000-19.999

Elite HDE

0.000-13.999

Elite

0.000-17.999

 

After the Division title is achieved additional titling levels can be earned.

 

Advanced (A) – can be earned with an additional 10 qualifying grabs within a division. This is a total of 15 grabs within a division. An (A) will be placed behind the Division. An (A) will be placed behind the Division Title.

 

  • HydroDash Novice Advanced (HDNA)
  • HydroDash Junior Advanced (HDJA)
  • HydroDash Senior Advanced (HDSA)
  • HydroDash Master Advanced (HDMA)
  • HydroDash Elite Advanced (HDEA)

 

Excellent (X) – can be earned once you have earned an Advance (A) with an additional an additional 10 qualifying grabs within a division.  This is a total of 25 grabs within a division. A (X) will be placed behind the Division Title.

 

  • HydroDash Novice Excellent (HDNX)
  • HydroDash Junior Excellent (HDJX)
  • HydroDash Senior Excellent (HDSX)
  • HydroDash Master Excellent (HDMX)
  • HydroDash Elite Excellent (HDEX)

 

NOTE: Once an Excellent title is achieved an additional 10 qualifying grabs within a division will earn a numerical number after the X. Example – HydroDash Novice Excellent – HDNX2, HDNX3, etc.

 

Qualifying grabs will accumulate within a division. You must earn the Division title before earning a higher title of Advance (A) or Excellent (X).

The higher-level titles will supersede the lower level titles on a dog’s record.

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