The Versatile Weimaraner

The only thing you should not do with your Weimaraner is nothing!

Timberdoodle Weimaraners are bred for exceptional field ability. That does not mean we avoid other disciplines. I have listed many of the American Kennel Club (AKC)Titles and Weimaraner Club of America (WCA) Titles and North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association’s (NAVHDA) titles: Weimaraner’s have made a superb showing in Obedience, Agility and just about every event that is offered. Weimaraners are a versatile breed that truly does enjoy pleasing their owners! I am listing only what the title stands for, additional information about each title can be found on each individual websites. - The Versatile Weimaraner - 002

American Kennel Club – Prefix Titles:

AFC: Amateur Field Champion CH: Champion
CCH: Bench Show Champion CT: Champion Tracker
DC: Dual Champion, a dog obtaining a bench and field championship can be a Dual Champion FC: Field Champion
GDSC: Gun Dog Stake Champion CGC: Canine Good Citizen or Grand Champion
CGF: Grand Field Champion MACH: Master Agility Champion
NAFC: National Amateur Field Champion NFC: National Field Champion
NOC: National Obedience Champion OTCH: Obedience Champion
RGDSC: Retrieving Gun Dog Stake Champion TC: Triple Champion, must attain a DC in addition to one more championship
VCCH: Versatile Companion Champion - The Versatile Weimaraner - 003

AKC – Suffix Titles:

AJP: Excellent Agility Jumpers with Weaves, “A” Preferred. AX: Agility Excellent
AXJ: Excellent Agility Jumper AXP: Agility Excellent ”A” Preferred
CD: Companion Dog CDX: Companion Dog Excellent
JH: Junior Hunter MH: Master Hunter
MJP: Master Excellent Jumpers with weaves “B” preferred MX: Master Agility Excellent
MXJ: Master Excellent Jumpers with Weaves MXP: Master Agility Excellent “B” Preferred
NA: Novice Agility NAJ: Novice Agility Jumper
NAP: Novice Agility Preferred NJP: Novice Jumpers with Weaves Preferred
OA: Open Agility OAJ: Open Agility Jumper
OAP: Open Agility Preferred OJP: Open Jumpers with Weaves Preferred
PAX: Preferred Agility Excellent RN: Rally Novice
RA: Rally Advanced RE: Rally Excellent
RAE: Rally Advanced Excellent SH: Senior Hunter
TD: Tracking Dog TDX: Tracking Dog Excellent
UD: Utility Dog UDX: Utility Dog Excellent
VCD1: Versatile Companion Dog 1, must complete numerous disciplines VCD2: Versatile Companion Dog 2
VCD3: Versatile Companion Dog 3 VCD4: Versatile Companion Dog 3
VST: Variable Surface Tracking

Weimaraner Club of America – Ratings Titles:

SDX: Shooting Dog Excellent SD: Shooting Dog
NSD: Novice Shooting Dog RDX: Retrieving Dog Excellent
RD: Retrieving Dog NRD: Novice Retrieving Dog
V: Versatile Rating VX: Versatile Excellent
VX: Versatile Excellent VX2: Versatile Excellent 2
VX3: Versatile Excellent 3

North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association – NAVHDA:

Natural Ability Test: Prize 1: A perfect score is 112 – Prize 2 – Prize 3

Utility Preparatory Test: Tests the dogs abilities midway through their Utility training

Utility Test: UT Prize 1: A perfect score is 204 – UT Prize 2 – UT Prize 3

Invitational Test: By invitation only. Only dogs who have earned a UT Prize 1 will be invited to test.