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The Dogs in Canada Top Dog award system has been going strong since it was established in 1963 and remains a valued and highly anticipated aspect of the Canadian dog fancy.
The posting of the “unofficial results” for the Top Dogs will allow a final check by the contenders and will be available publicly for a 30-day period before the “official results” are confirmed and awards sent out. If there are any discrepancies in our “unofficial results”, please register your concerns, along with supporting documentation via email@example.com.
The Top Show Dogs system awards one point for every dog defeated from Best of Breed to Best in Show.
The Top Obedience Dogs Point System awards points based on a dog’s score each time it qualifies in Open or Utility.
The Top Agility Dogs statistics include Top Dogs by Points, for those that accumulate the most points competing in Excellent B; and Top Dogs by Yards Per Second, which recognizes dogs that run fast and clean but don’t accumulate as many points because they don’t have access to as many trials.
The Top Field Dogs Retriever, Pointing Dog and Lure Courser rankings are compiled independently of Dogs in Canada by volunteer enthusiasts.
2011 Official Results:
- Top Conformation Dogs Official Results
- Top Obedience Official Results
- Top Agility Dogs Official Results
- Top Field Stats Official Results