16/10-10, Finland. Domare: Sirkka Lempinnen, Carita Koskinen
Antonia Vom Geiersbach
Dådkraft: måttlig (+1) / Capacity
to Function +1 - Moderate
Skärpa: liten utan kvarstående aggressivitet (+1) / Tendency to
aggressive behaviour +1 - Low
without post-attack aggressiveness
Försvarslust: måttlig (+3) /
Desire for defence action
+3 - Moderate, controlled
Kamplust: måttlig (+2) / Desire for fight
+2 - Moderate
Nervkonstitution: relativ nervfast (+2) / Nerves +2 - Moderate calm
Temperament: mindre livlig (+2) / Temperament +2 - Moderate
Hårdhet: något vek (+1) / Hardness +1 - Tendency to softness
Tillgänglighet: Tillgänglig, öppen (+3) /
Accessibility +3 - Kind, accessibile, open
Skottfasthet: Skottfast /
Secure to shots
A dog is certified when its total
points are at least +75 and it has got positive rank (at least +1)
from the following features:
- Tendency to aggressiveness
1: The test starts with the judge interviewing owner. The purpose of
this interview is to find out how much experience this dog has, what is
the possible training level (for instance a dog trained to defence work
reacts differently than a pet), e.t.c.
2: The judge gives the dog possibility to
take contact. If the dog doesn't make contact independently the judge
calls it by it's name. The dog should allow the judge at least to take
contact with it, and then there are, of course, numerous alternatives of
liking, disliking, or loving it!
3: The judge tries to get the dog to
fight with him. This is performed with a stick or some stuff. If a dog
starts to play with the stick, it will also be threatened by the judge
to estimate the actual force of this feature.
4: Threatened. This phase is
executed by pulling an obscure, human like figure towards the dog, who
is standing on a leash with his owner.
The dog can't solve the sort of this menace, and will be afraid of it
The capability of functioning is actually
seen when the figure reaches dog's owner and stops moving.
How long it does take to make contact with the figure? Does the dog need
help from it's owner e.t.c.
5: Defence. The dog is
walking with it's owner. Suddenly the judge attacks the owner with force.
The dog should immediatelly start to protect the owner and stay between
the figurant and the owner.
When the dog has reacted clearly (escape
or defence action) the judge stops the attack and starts to talk
friendly to the dog.
The dog should stop defending and meet
after a while the judge frindly without any aggression.
6: Mental hardness. This phase is
normally performed with an umbrella which suddenly opens in front of the
dog to scare it.
The mental hardness is determined when the owner takes the dog back to the
scareing place after a while.
A soft dog refuses to go again to that place, a hard one doesn't seem to
remember the whole thing.
7: Temperament. This phase is
normally performed by letting a noisy clattering barrel roll after and
chase the dog.
The force of dog's reaction shows it's temperament
8: Function capacity. Dog's owner
goes into a dark room which has several obstacles for the dog. After a
while the dog is let into the room.
The dog should search for it's owner without help in the dark. It should
ignore other people and all the obstacles on his way to the owner.
9: Aggressivity. The dog is tied up
to a wall with a short leash and left alone there. The judge tacks
slowly towards the dog with a growing force.
The more aggressive tendency a dog has, the earlier it starts to resist
10: Shooting test.
The dog may still be tied up to the
wall, or it may be standing on leash with the owner.
There will be at least two shots from a
distance. The dog shouldn't be afraid of these shots.