2018 Implementation Plan
Jump Heights – Measurement Cut-off
The February 2017 Information Release is to provide Clubs, Competitors, and Judges with details on changes to the AAC’s measurement process. The documentation outlines how this will affect each of you, and provides detailed information needed for you to act. Each of you will contribute in this stage of measuring the AAC dogs for competition on the new jump heights by January 1, 2018.
Links will be provided below for the following documentation and forms:
- Re-Measurement Procedures Informational Release
- AAC Dog ID Application Form - (For both New and Replacement cards for Competitors)
- Request for Re-Measurement Day Form (Clubs)
- 2018 Measuring Device Inspection Form (For Clubs/Regional Directors)
- Dog Measurement Form (For Clubs/Judges)
The Changes to Measurement Process document will provide detailed information on what you should select on the AAC Dog ID Application Form as it will vary depending on if your dog does not have an AAC Dog ID or your dog has/is currently competing and has a completed or partially completed AAC Dog ID Card.
Once the AAC has received a completed AAC Dog ID Application form, applicants will be emailed a downloadable AAC Dog ID card from AAC to print and take to AAC trials or AAC Re-Measurement Days for dogs to be officially measured.
Information including what you can expect to see, requirements for wickets/measuring devices, forms, instructions for 2017 and 2018 new measurements and re-measurements are outlined.
Clubs and Trial Hosts
The Changes to Measurement Process document outlines responsibilities, inspection criteria, premium requirements, and provides information on the new forms for Re-Measurement Days, 2018 Measuring Device Inspection and Dog Measurement Forms.
Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact your Regional Directors for assistance. Their contact information is located at: http://www.aac.ca/en/contact/main/