Youth Recognition Form
We are adding pages to the GSD Review to recognize significant GSD accomplishments for young people 17 years old or younger. This form will give proper authorization.
Junior Handling Classes
Junior competition has three classes divided by age: Junior (ages 9-11), Intermediate (ages 12-14), and Senior (ages 15-18). Competition for a Best Junior Handler is between the winner of each age group and the Junior/Senior class.
Did you Know?
The Junior program is based on a year-long accumulative point system with the winner receiving the Robert Hamilton Award Trophy at the National. In addition, a GPA Scholastic Award (a $100 savings certificate) is available to the Junior with the highest GPA submitting points.
|Junior Awards Programs from the AKC|
Junior Showmanship offers children between the ages of 9 and 18 years of age an opportunity to develop their handling skills, learn about good sportsmanship, and learn about dogs and dog shows. Juniors are judged on their ability to present, or handle, their dogs as they would in the breed ring.
Juniors may also gain recognition in companion, performance and coonhound events such as obedience, agility, rally, tracking, herding, earthdog, hunt tests, and lure coursing.
To obtain a junior number visit the AKC here
DID YOU KNOW YOU RECEIVE A GOLD ACHIEVEMENT PIN WHEN YOU EARN A TITLE SHOWING YOUR DOG IN OBEDIENCE, RALLY OR AGILITY?
Juniors receive a pin for the first title earned along with a title bar. View your most up-to-date awards listing for all of your competitions. All you need to do is request an access code.
Visit the AKC Juniors Facebook group
|Last Updated on Monday, 22 June 2015 14:39|