Title prerequisites

At every show a judge is entitled to award, at his or hers discretion, CWC (same as CAC - Champion Certificate).

CWC may be awarded both to a male and a female, aged minimum 15 months, graded excellent and placed 1st in any of the following classes: Intermediate, Open, Utility and Champion, regardless of the actual number of entries. To become POLISH CHAMPION a dog (bitch) has to be awarded CWC three times, by three different judges. At least one CWC must be awarded at either International or Club Show. The minimal period of 6 months is required between the first and the last CWC.

Awarding of CWC must be clearly marked in dog's critique and signed by the judge.

POLISH JUNIOR CHAMPION is granted to a dog (bitch) that has been graded excellent 1st in Junior Class and awarded the Junior Winner title (at judge's discretion) three times by three different judges. At least one Junior Winner tittle must be awarded at either International or Club Show. No time limits apply.

The relevant Diplomas are issued free of extra charge by the Board of ZKwP on written request submitted by the owner of the dog, after having checked whether relevant CWCs were actually marked in Show Reports, prepared by the Organising Committee of each show.