VDH Winner of the Year

The title "VDH Winner of the Year" is awarded to those dogs who, within the course of a calendar year, have received a CACIB on at least four occasions, at least two of which must be at different VDH show weekends (VDH-Europasieger & International Show / Bundessieger Winner & International Show / German Winner Show & International Show in Leipzig) and at least two at other international shows in Germany.

The title "VDH Winner of the Year" entitles the dog to start in the champions class at all breed shows at home and abroad.

The following documents are needed for the award of the title:

  • Four challenge certificates or copies of the standard judge’s report form
  • A copy of the pedigree
  • Details on the owner with current address (to be entered on the title certificate)

Verband für das Deutsche Hundewesen
z.Hd. Frau Mariangela Böhme
Westfalendamm 174
44141 Dortmund
E-Mail: boehme[at]vdh[.]de

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