All males and females
of breeds having a pedigree of the FCI recognized organization
can be entered to the show.
The age of the dog shall be defined based on the date of the
show (ex. A dog born on May 15th can be shown in puppy class on
November 16th the earliest).
As per FCI Show Regulations the dog may be
entered to one of the following classes only:
- Minor Puppy from 4 to 6 months,
- Puppy from 6 to 9 months,
- Junior from 9 to 18 months,
- Young Males/Females - 12 to 18 months,
- Intermediate from 15 to 24 months,
- Open from 15 months,
- Working from 15 months, only with FCI Working Dog
- Champion from 15 months, only with National or
International Champion title,
- Honorary over 15 months with same requirements as for
champion class (out of competition),
- Veteran from 8 years.
The brace consists of a male and female of the same color
belonging to the same owner.
The competition may be attended by kennels represented by at
least 3 and at the outside 5 boxers of the same color from at
least two litters.
BEST PRODUCER/ BEST
The competition May be attended by the
producers/breeding females of both colors with a minimum of 5
and a maximum of 7 offspring out of the same father or the same
mother, from at least 2 litters. The male/female must be entered
to the show.
* NOTE Males/females
competing in the Breeding Compatitions must be entered to one of
the show classes!
Male of female elected out of the winners of all Minor Puppy
Classes (male fawn/brindle, female fawn/brindle).
Male of female elected out of the winners of all Puppy Classes
(male fawn/brindle, female fawn/brindle).
Title awarded basing on the comparison of the junior and young
dogs class males and females of both colors.
Elected out of the Junior Winners of both colors.
Male or female elected out of all the winners of the Veteran
Class (male fawn/brindle, female fawn/brindle).
CLUB WINNER 2017
The title is awarded basing on the comparison between males and
females ranked 1st, excellent in Intermediate, Open, Utility and
Champion Class of both colors separately.
BEST MALE / BEST
Elected between the Club Winners. Title awarded out of the
comparison of the fawn and brindle Club Winners.
BEST OF BREED
The title awarded the the Best Boxer of the Club Show.