Register of Achievement Guidelines

The aim of the Register of Achievement is to recognise Alaskan Malamutes in Australia that have achieved to an outstanding level in a particular field or over a range of fields.  A record of the Alaskan Malamutes who qualify for the Register of Achievement will be kept in a dedicated record book which will include a photograph and profile on those Alaskan Malamutes. 

Recognition of all Alaskan Malamutes who qualify for the Register of Achievement will also be published in the "Malamute Mail".  There is no application fee.  The guidelines for the AMCV Register of Achievement are as follows:

To qualify for the AMCV Register of Achievement the Alaskan Malamute* must have fulfilled the criteria of  AT LEAST ONE OF THE FOLLOWING FIVE METHODS:
 
Method 1:    
1.1    Grand Champion or 1000 point Champion
PLUS
1.2    Any one achievement from the List of Qualifying Criteria below.
 
Method 2:
2.1    Australian Champion Title (or equivalent title)
                PLUS
2.2     Any two achievements from the List of Qualifying Criteria below
 
Method 3:    
3.1    Australian Champion Title (or equivalent title)
               PLUS
3.2     Any Working Dog Excellent title or Obedience Excellent title
(e.g. Working Weight-Pull Dog Excellent, Companion Dog Excellent)
 
Method 4:    
 4.1    Any Working Dog Excellent title or Obedience Excellent title
(e.g. Working Weight-Pull Dog Excellent, Companion Dog Excellent)
            PLUS
4.2     Any two achievements from the List of Qualifying Criteria below (but not in the same field as the Excellent title used to qualify under point 4.1)
 
Method 5:    
Any 4 achievements from the List of Qualifying Criteria below.
 
List of Qualifying Criteria:

  • Best In Show (Championship Show, minimum entry 500)
  • Best In Specialty Championship Show
  •  Companion Dog
  • Utility Dog
  • Agility Dog
  • Endurance Title
  • Canine Good Citizen
  • Working Pack Dog  (AMCV or equivalent)
  • Working Weight-pull Dog  (AMCV or equivalent)
  • Working Lead Dog  (AMCV or equivalent)
  • Working Team Dog  (AMCV or equivalent)
  • Dog that has sired, or Bitch that has whelped, 3 or more Australian Champions (or equivalent title)

*  Alaskan Malamutes must be purebred and registered with the ANKC to be eligible for inclusion in the AMCV Register of Achievement.

The AMCV Committee will consider achievements which are not included on the above list if accompanied by suitable supporting documentation.

How to Register

Applications for the AMCV Register of Achievement, are to be submitted in writing to the Secretary for the consideration of the Committee.  All applications are to be accompanied by supporting documentation of the dog’s achievements, a copy of the registration certificate and a photograph.

Please note that the AMCV’s ROA suffix is not to be used until the applicant has received confirmation of approval by the AMCV Committee, and may not be used in ANKC publications.
Any queries about the AMCV Register of Achievement can be directed to the Secretary.

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