In order to be considered for these awards, the dog must be owned by an FBDCA member(s) in good standing. The award will be presented to the French Bulldog who has the highest average score from the three regular titling classes (Novice, Open, or Utility) of AKC Obedience competition for the July 1 – June 30 period of the preceding year.
To apply for the award, a dogs’ three highest Qualifying scores must be submitted to FBDCA. In the unlikely event of a tie, the dog with more qualifying scores will decide the winner – owners may be asked to submit additional scores if this occurs.
The dog with the highest average score at each level will be named Outstanding (Novice/Open/Utility) Obedience dog of the year at the FBDCA Awards Banquet, held at the National Specialty each year.
If you wish to apply for this yearly award, please click here to download the form (doc file format), fill it out and e-mail it to the FBDCA Honors and Awards Committee Chair, Paul Raleigh, at firstname.lastname@example.org, before the annual deadline, which is July 31, for this year's Awards Banquet.
Revised: March 2020