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Thread: What if I get an MH on my dog in two AKC venues?

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    Default What if I get an MH on my dog in two AKC venues?

    Let's say my boykin gets a MH in AKC retriever hunt tests and AKC spaniel hunt tests. Would there be a distinction added to the title to signify that the dog has 2 MH's???

    Hmmmmmm....


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    is it not two separate titles? MH for the spaniel MHR for the retriever?

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    I dont know,,But I think Gooser would call Ya a "Show Off!

    And You would definatly earn the Complimentry "YOU SUCK" award!!


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    Angie, do you really own a Boykin now or speculating?
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    Quote Originally Posted by frontier View Post
    Angie, do you really own a Boykin now or speculating?
    I'm looking to own one and was speculating on the multiple titles. To AKC a MH is a MH but that doesn't seem right? Especially if you acquired the titles in spaniel tests and retriever tests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bridget Bodine View Post
    is it not two separate titles? MH for the spaniel MHR for the retriever?
    I don't think so but I don't know.

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    MHR is a NAHRA title. Can you run a Boykin in both?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twall View Post
    MHR is a NAHRA title. Can you run a Boykin in both?

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    Yup,,, we had some at our hunt test in December.

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    Took me awhile....but from AKC this is for the pointing breeds , I assume spaniels would be the same

    Doug Ljungren, AKC Staff, participated in this portion of the meeting via video conference.
    German Shorthaired Pointers, German Wirehaired Pointers, Vizslas and Weimaraners - Eligibility for Retriever Hunting Tests.
    The Board reviewed a request made by the respective parent clubs to allow the German Shorthaired Pointer, German Wirehaired Pointer, Vizsla and Weimaraner to enter the Retriever Hunting Test. These breeds are currently eligible to participate in the Pointing Breed Hunting Test. These breeds were developed as all-around hunting dogs, hunting both upland birds and waterfowl. The inclusion in a second test will allow for a much more complete testing of their versatile hunting abilities. If approved, they will be the fifth, sixth, seventh and eight breeds to "cross-over" into a second hunting test program. Titles earned by these breeds in Retriever Hunting Tests will be designated with an "R" to differentiate the title from those earned in Pointing Breed Hunting Tests (example: JHR). This will be discussed further at the August meeting.

    http://www.akc.org/pdfs/about/board_minutes/0711.pdf

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    Awesome!! Thanks Bridget.

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