Deutscher Wachtelhund North America, Inc

Hunt Test Regulations

 Deutscher Wachtelhund Club of America

 Valid starting from 1.1.1997

  

   Table of CONTENTS:   

Part I:  General Regulations

 

 1.    Mandatory Goals

 2.    Permission

 3.    Advertisement

 4.    Entry Forms and Fees

 5.    Hunt Test Organization

 6.    Test Judges

 7.    Identification of Dogs

 8.    Order of Hunt Test

 9.    Evaluation System

 10.  Withdrawal

 11.  Place Classification

 12.  certificate of examination and geneological table

 13.  reporting

 14.  Regulations and safety regulations

 15.  objection order

 16.  test kinds and permission

 17.  form evaluation  

Part 1:  Juvenile Examination (JP)  

 18.  general

 19.  test fan and point system for the **cJp

 20.  evaluation of work on the hare trace:  General information 

 21.  nose

 22.  trace sound

 23.  loose sound **(l)

 24.  trace will

 25.  trace security

 26.  keeping in track regret

 27.  Stoeberanlage

 28.  water joy

 29.  Fuehrigkeit

 30.  firing firmness  

I.                    Part:  Qualification test (**cEp)  

 31.  general

 32.  test fan and point system for the **cEp

 33.  test fan and point system for the **cEpb

 34.  Stoebern in the forest

 35.  firing firmness forest

 36.  firing firmness water

 37.  losing search in cover-rich waters

 38.  bringing feather/spring game

 39.  bringing hair utilizable game

 40.  bringing duck from deep water

 41.  obedience

 42.  work on the swimming trace

 43.  welding

 44.  nose, trace sound, trace will, trace security, keeping in track  regret   

II.                  Part:  Customs examination (**cGp)

  45.  general

 46.  test fan and point system for the **cGp

 47.  Stoebern

 48.  bringing on the schleppe - general

 49.  bringing feather/spring game

 50.  bringing hare

 51.  bringing fox (choice subject)

 52.  welding - belt work

 53.  dead barking (choice subject)

 54.  dead references (choice subject)

 55.  firing firmness water

 56.  losing search in cover-rich waters

 57.  bringing duck from deep water

 58.  work on the swimming trace

 59.  Stoebern without duck in cover-rich waters

 60.  Buschieren

 61.  peace on shot

 62.  bringing reliability

 63.  Leinenfuehrigkeit

 64.  consequences freely with foot

 65.  placings

 66.  condition peace

 67.  obedience at bowl game

 68.  general obedience

 69.  work joy  

III.                Part:  Performance records in the practical hunt  enterprise  

 70.  general

 71.  hardness-oh-point

 72.  performance record on natural welding track

 73.  Weitjagernachweis

 74.  performance record at the black game  

VI.        Part:  Special tests

  75.  general

 76.  federation examinations

 77.  examination after the shot  

VII.       Part:  Winner title  

 78.  test winners (**Psg)

 79.  German quail dog winners (DW **Sg)  

VIII.        Part:  Achievement character and association coins   

 80.  achievement characters of the **cVdw

 81.  winner titles

 82.  achievement characters of federation special tests

 83.  entry into the **DGStB

 84.  assignment of association coins  

IX.         Part:  Judge order  

 85.  general

 86.  authorization for training judge candidates

 87.  permission criteria

 88.  appointment and registration of judge candidates

 89.  training

 90.  appointment of federation judges

 91.  course of law

 92.  federation welding judges

 93.  federation judges  

 I.  Part

 General regulations

 

1. Mandatory Goals

            These test regulations contains mandatory goals.  Mandatory goals are to be obeyed in all details; deviations from mandatory goals are only allowed in exceptional cases. 

2. Permissions

(1) Only DWs registered with VDW, or a recognized VDW foreign DW Club, or the FCI are to be allowed to participate in these hunt test and become certified for breeding.

(2) Juvenile hunt tests may be repeated only once.  The general regulations of the JGHV for the " water " test requirements must be maintained. 

(3) Dog owners must have in their possession a valid hunting license. 

(4) The number of dogs participating in a scheduled hunt test can be limited by the organizing regional committee. 

(5) Dogs with any kind of permanent sickness or disease will not certified for breeding.  Dog owners must identify females in heat to the lead test judge before the start of each hunt test.  The lead test judge has the authority to decide if females in heat will be allowed to participate in the hunt test.   

3.  Advertisement

(1) Hunt tests must be advertised by the organizing regional committee at least one month before the hunt test in the DWNA publication or by letters to all regional committee members.  Only in justified cases can a hunt test can be conducted in less than the one month notice period.  The advertisement should also place in general hunting publications. 

(2) The advertisement must state the test date, location and time; the regional committee test office, and the entry fees. 

(3) Hunt tests are to be conducted at one time, or if necessary on several successive days in continuous scheduled period.  Hunt tests may be completed in two scheduled periods.  However, the two scheduled periods may not be more than 14 days apart.  When justified, the exception is to be announced by the lead test judge. 

4.  Entry Forms and Fees

(1) Entry Fees are only valid after forwarding: 

 - the completely filled out entry form,

 - a current copy of the entire VDW, approved VDW club, or FCI registration

 - and entry fee in either cash or a check to the test office. 

 With the delivery of the entry form and fees the hunt test request is recognized.  Entry forms and fees received late will not be accepted.  The organizing regional committee can double the entry fees and accept late registrants.  For non DWNA  members an increased entry can be specified. 

(2) The registrant is responsible for the correctness and completeness of the entry from.  The submission of intentional false information shall result in the invalidation of the hunt test and loss of entry fees.  The DWNA Club may take further disciplinary actions.  The organizing regional committee test office can reject registrants for reason. 

(3) When a registrant and dog fail to show before the conclusion of the hunt test the entry fees will be forfeited to the organizing regional committee. 

(4) The original VDW, DWNA, or JGHV-USA pedigree, valid inoculation records, hunting license and DWNA and JGHV-USA membership card are to be submitted to the lead test judge before beginning the hunt test.  Otherwise the hunt test is void. 

 5.  Hunt Test Organization

(1) The chairman of the organizing regional committee designates the lead test judge and their test judges. 

(2) The judges will supervise and adhere to the regulations of the hunt tests.  The hunt tests results are to be submitted to the lead judge. 

(3) The lead judge must be a recognized test judge of the VDW.  The lead judge is responsible for the execution proper conduct of the hunt and for forwarding the results to the DWNA Club. 

 (4) The judges are to discuss the requirements of each hunt test before they are conducted. 

6.  Test Judges

(1) The performance as a test judge obligates the judge to objectivity and adherence to the testing regulations. 

(2) The organization of the judges into groups of judges and the designation of the judge chairperson is incumbent on the Judging Chairman and hunt test judges and the regional committee.  If a group of judges may be assigned no more than six dogs. 

(3) Hunt tests should be conducted with at least three judges, two must be recognized by the VDW.  One of them will function as the lead judge.  The lead judge is responsible for the proper execution of the hunt tests.  Within the judge group all will have equal say in the final evaluations.  The lead judge is exclusive speaker of the group. 

(4) Judges may be from the JGHV, VDW and other VDW authorized Clubs.. 

(5) Judge candidates are assigned groups of judges by the lead test in agreement with the judge chairperson. 

7.  Identification of Dogs to be Tested

(1) Before beginning the hunt test, the test office provides a list of test judges and dog owners and dogs. 

(2) Test judges may not evaluate dogs, if they are the owner, trainer, breeder or owner one of the dogs two parents.  Dogs from a litter are to be examined in different groups, if possible. 

(3) Active lead judges, judges and judge candidates may not lead a dog on the same examination.   

(4) The lead judge of the test event is responsible for organizing the group to be tested. 

8.  Organization of the Hunt Test

(1) Before beginning of the examination the judges will identify the dogs to be tested. 

(2) The lead judge the judge chairman determines the order of dogs to be tested.

(3) Dogs must be tested in the planned order, then leashed and removed from the area as not to interfere with the next dog's performance. 

(4) Dogs which are unavailable and are not immediately brought up to the line when it is their turn can be excluded from the hunt test.   

9. Evaluation System

(1) Each Dog's performance in each test measurement is evaluated with the following: 

Points: 

Description: 

 9

7 and 8

5 and 6

2, 3 and 4

1

0

-

 outstanding *  

very good

good

sufficient

unsatisfactory

 insufficient

not examined

                         

                         

                                                             

                                                 

                                                 

                                                 

                                                             

                                                 

 * (only given for nose and trailing) 

(2) The scores in the individual tests will be established by multiplying the points times

           the associated weighted values (see Parts II through IV of the Hunt Test        Regulations) the total score will sum the individual test results. 

(3) As soon as the judges determine the final of a dog, the lead judge or representative   judge must announce the evaluation to the owner/handler and show them the recorded scores and notes.   

10. Withdrawing

      (1) The owner/handler can withdraw a dog at any time during the hunt test, but must indicate the reason.  The reason of withdrawing is to be noted in the hunt test report. 

            (The achievement results up to the withdrawal are annotated in the hunt test report and pedigree.  In this case, the dog is tested.) 

(2) If the judges recommend withdrawal because of an obvious illness or injury during the dog is not considered tested under Part 2.2. 

(3) If the entire hunt tests are completed, withdrawal is no longer an option. 

11. Place Classification  

(1) Place classifications are made in the individual tests based on total scores.   

(2) If several dogs fall into the same place, they are specified in the order of their total score.  When two dogs have the same total score, the younger dog is listed before an older dog.  When two dogs with same age place together, the dog with the higher breed book number is listed first. 

12. certificate of examination and geneological table 

 **(1) after conclusion of the examination the test leader  must the results communicate and for each dog to the dog leader a  certificate of examination signed by all judges of the group hand out. 

 **(2) to be returned the examination result is the geneological table  in each case into the geneological table of the dog to be registered  and to the dog leader. 

 § 13 reporting

 **(1) each group of judges must provide a written report  about the test process in its group, which contains all data important  for the evaluation of the dog.  For the correctness the judge chairman  is responsible. 

 **(2) the test leader combines the group reports of the judge chairmen  into an examination report.  This must together with the certificates  of examination within 8 weeks after the examination of regional  committee-testwaits to be examination dispatched. 

 **(3) for late, in particular only judge reports submitted after  request, the regional committee has to pay an additional expenditure  lump sum, to their height of the association chairman shank is  specified. 

 Judge chairmen or test leaders, whose report is received  several times late, offend roughly against the test order. 

 **(4) association-testwait the **cVdw examines the reports  and continues to lead it to the office for breed book for entry, to to  association-breed-wait for evaluation and to the association magazine  for publication. 

 **(5) independent of this procedure of the association-internal  reporting is to make the test leader immediately after the examination  a short report available over the examination result of the general  hunt press. 

 § 14 order and safety regulations

 **(1) test judges, dog leaders and other involved ones  participate in the examinations on their own responsibility and  danger.  The organizer excludes each adhesion. 

 **(2) all test participants have to respond and the test judges to the  arrangements of the test leader.  Participants, who obstruct a test  judge in practice of its office or against animal-protection-legal  regulations offend, can be excluded by the test leader from the  further participation in the examination. 

 **(3) dog leaders or other entitled persons may shoot only at  arrangement of the test judges.  Dog leaders without valid hunting  license must designate a hunting license owner among the participants,  who takes over the guidance of the weapon for them. 

 **(4) for handling the weapon the general safety regulations apply  with society hunts. 

 **(5) all not called dogs are to be held at the line.  Test judges may  not lead dogs with itself during the examination. 

 § 15 objection order

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 In corresponding support to the objection order of the hunt  customs dog federation the following regulations apply: 

 **(1) the right of veto is entitled only to the dog leaders. 

 **(2) the objection can itself only on errors and mistakes of  the organizer, the test leader, that refers test judges and aids in  preparation and execution of the examination. 

 Decisions within the scope for discretion of the judges  cannot be the subject of an objection, probably however obvious abuse  of discretion. 

 **(3) the time for appeal ends a half hour, after the  objection-raising from the einspruchsgrund attained knowledge. 

 **(4) the objection is to be submitted in writing (in simplest form)  under designation of the ein-spruchsgrundes with the test leader or  with the judge chairman.  Simultaneous an objection fee at height  concerned of the nominal money determined for the examination is to be  deposited.  This fee is returned, if one allows to the objection.  Otherwise the fee purges in favor of the organizing regional  committee. 

 **(5) over the objection an arbitral tribunal decides.  The arbitral  tribunal consists of a chairman and two assessors from the circle of  the test judges of the **cVdw.  These may not belong to the group of  judges concerned. 

 **(6) the objection-raising and the organizing regional committee  designate an assessor from the circle of the present test judges of  the **cVdw ever.  These two designate a chairman.  If that does not  succeed, then the chairman is determined by the organizing regional  committee. 

 **(7) the assessors are not to understand themselves as lawyers of a  party.  They have, just like the chairman to decide after hearing of  the parties and examination of circumstances in attention of the  regulations of the test order. 

 **(8) the decision can in the case of not-amicable settlement  reads up: 

 A) rejection of the objection

 b) correction of the **Benotung with abuse of discretion

 CC) repetition of the examination in the subject concerned  with offences against material contents of the test order.  The check  may not be made by those judges, whose decision was attacked. 

 **(9) the decision of the arbitral tribunal is not  contestable. 

 **(10) over the negotiation the chairman has minutes to finished,  which must contain a reason of the decision.  This minutes are to be  submitted by the organizing regional committee to the association  chairman. 

 § 16 test kinds and permission

 **(1) on the **Jugendpruefu **ng (**cJp) become  young dogs up to the completion 18.  Life monthly examined. 

   **(2) the qualification test knows with hare trace (**cEp) or without  hare trace (qualification test **Brauchbarkeit/EPB) to be  accomplished.  Dogs, which are to be examined on a **cEpb, must have  been evaluated in the subjects nose, trace sound, and trace will at  least once with sufficient or better. 

 **(3) on the customs examination (**cGp) the fully trained forest  customs dog is to prove its by detailed straightening and constant  work-promoting guidance reached performance level. 

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 The **cGp dogs can become only certified, which in the  subjects nose, trace sound and trace trace was evaluated at least once  with sufficient or better. 

 **cEp and **cGp offer opportunity to prove **jagdliche usefulness  according to the legal land regulations. 

 **(4) performance records in the practical hunt enterprise  and special tests

 A) according to the regulations of the test orders of the  **cVdw are regulated: 

 - hardness-oh-point

 - performance record on natural welding track

 - **Weitjagernachweis

 - performance record at black game

 - examination after the shot

 b) by the test orders of the hunt customs dog federation are  regulated: 

 - federation welding examination

 - losing bringing he examination

 - bringing regret examination

 - assignment of the stop badge

 § 17 form evaluation

 1)  Purpose of the form evaluation is the evaluation of the  outside appearance, the figure in connection with its function and the  constitution of the dog as well as in particular also holding the  innate lack of body.  The form evaluation takes place in the notion to  the race standard of the German quail dog (see plant to the **cPo). 

 2)  With each **cJp, **cEp and **cGp a form evaluation takes place,  whereby dogs up to the age receive the form value youth (**Fw/J) from  12 months, older dogs the final form value (L.G.) with appropriate  descriptor. 

 The form value can be acquired also on an exhibition of the  **cVdw (e.g. post pfostenschau, breed zuchtschau) § 17 **(4) **cPo  applies here accordingly. 

 3)  The form evaluation is to take place not in the  individual groups of judges, but for all test specimens together;  it  is to be accomplished after conclusion the test fan, since errors in  the bodily functions are better recognized in such a way. 

 Become on the occasion of the form evaluation of the judges  lack of nature (fearfulness, handshy etc..)  determined, they flow  into the evaluation and just like breed-excluding lack on the  certificate of examination and in the judge report are held. 

 4)  Since the form value is to be breed-permitted among other  things a condition for (s. A. number 4,1,3 **cZo-dw), must at least  the for the first time introduced dogs by at least one form value  judge 1 of the **cVdw is judged.  On a youth  examination of the **cVdw therefore in principle form value judge must  be present. 

 5)  On the youth examination the young **cDw is often not yet fully  developed;  Type of race, substantial or breed-excluding errors can be  however already recognized at this time clearly. 

 The **Fw/J with the form value note " well " and better  entitled likewise to the breed, like the final L.G. of the older dogs  with the same descriptor. 

 6)  Biting, ill and illness-suspicious dogs are not  form-evaluated. 

 7)  In the notion to the guidelines of the **cVdh the  following form value notes will assign: 

 Excellently **(v) may be awarded only to one dog,  which approximates the ideal standard of the race much, in excellent  condition is demonstrated, a harmonious, balanced nature out  9

 1 form value judge in the judge list of the **cVdw  are separately listed. 

  " class " and a outstanding attitude radiate have.  Its  superior characteristics in relation to its race small incompleteness  to make forgotten, but it will possess the typical characteristics of  its sex. 

 Very well (**cSg) only one dog awarded, which  possesses the typical characteristics of its race, of balanced  proportions and in good condition is.  One will check it some  pardonable errors, however no morphologic.  This descriptor can be  lent only to one class dog. 

 Errors, which cause " **cSg ", are for example: 

 - **Behang does not reach the nose sponge

 - very bright eye

 - over/under size of 1 cm

 - the next lower note causes easy errors in the gangwerk an amassment  of " pardonable errors ". 

 Well **(g) is to be given to a dog, which possesses  the outstanding features of its race, but it exhibits errors, on the  condition that these are not hidden. 

 Errors, which cause " G ", are for example: 

 - surplus schneidezaehne, surplus front **Praemolaren

 - too deep, not closed lefzen

 - not tautly fitting lids

 - to close gehoergaenge (arrangement for ear obligation)

 - ton chest

 - small **behaarter belly, leather ends

 - over or **Untergroessen to 2 cm

 - **Hochlaeufig or fine-linkedness

 An amassment of errors in the above sense causes the next lower note.   

 (**Ggd) keeps sufficient a dog, which corresponds to  its type of race sufficient, without whose well-known characteristics  to possess and/or its physical condition remaining wish leaves. 

 Errors, which cause " **Ggd ", are for example: 

 - the absence of the 1.  **Praemolaren (**Pl)

 - nonspecific slight striking and hair changes (not chronic) - thin,  **schuetteres or **seidiges hair

 - light " open eye " (preliminary stage of **Ektropium)

 An amassment of errors in the above sense causes the next  lower note. 

 (**Nggd) a dog  which corresponds not to the type  prescribed by the standard, does not show clearly a stan  **dardgemaesses behavior or is aggressive, keeps a substantial tooth  error or an Kiefer anomaly not sufficient is afflicted with a testicle  error, exhibits, a color and/or a hair error has.  Furthermore this  form value is to be awarded to the dog, which corresponds to an  individual race characteristic so little that the health of the dog is  impaired.  With this form value also a dog must be evaluated, which  has a heavy and/or excluding error after the standard valid for it. 

 Heavy and excluding errors in the sense of the race standard are e.g.: 

 - chronic striking and hair changes

 - expressed nature weakness

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 - **Ektropium, **Entropium, hereditary eye diseases

   - diseases of the nervous system (e.g. epilepsy)

 - diseases of the building of bones (e.g. **Kniescheibenluxation) 

 - black hair color

 Without evaluation receives a dog, to which none of  the five aforementioned form value notes can be awarded.  That would  be e.g. the case if the dog does not run, strives constantly at the  exhibitor high-jumped or constantly out of the ring, so that gangwerk  and course of motion cannot be judged or if the dog constantly evades  to the breed judge, so that e.g. control of dentures, building, hair  dress, rod or testicle is not possible or if at the demonstrated dog  traces of interferences or treatments to be determined to be able,  which make an attempted deceit probable.  The same applies, if the  breed judge has the justified suspicion that an operational  interference at the dog was made, which emisleads about the original  condition (e.g. eyelid or rod correction).  The reason for the  evaluation " without evaluation " is to be indicated in the judge  report or certificate of examination. 

 Intermediate notes can be assigned:  e.g. **cSg/v or  **cG/sg. 

 On exhibitions of the **cVdw (e.g. post pfostenschau, breed  zuchtschau) groups of breeds can become certified.  For the evaluation  of groups of breeds the following criteria are determining:  A group  must be balanced in type, size and substance, according to the sex.  The more largely the quality of the individual dogs and the more  balanced the general impression of the group of breeds is the higher,  is these to be placed.  Good gangwerk, good temper and safe nature are  to be considered likewise like agreement because of the color and the  behavior of the dogs among themselves, whereby up-end dogs from the  ring to be pointed are.  With same quality to that group of breeds  preference is to be given, which has the higher number of different  parents animals.  Same applies in a general manner to the evaluation  of groups of offspring and similar competitions. 

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 II.  Part

 Youth examination (**cJp)

 § 18 general

 **(1) purpose of the youth examination is it to receive for  the breed valuable information.  The **ererbten plants show up with  the young **cDw most pronouncedly. 

 **(2) therefore above all exactly also the negative, like lack of  nose, must be seized trace will, **Stoeberanlage, water joy and in the  nature on the **cJp not only the positive fitting, but. 

 Finally the results of the **cJp give information over the  breed value of parents and are thus for the breed monitoring of large  importance.  Determined lack of nature are to be mentioned therefore  in each case in the examination report. 

 **(3) in addition, youth examinations are to be held usually  from in the middle of March to at the end of of April, can in the  autumn. 

 **(4) in consideration of the difficulty of the plant evaluation with  young dogs the most experienced judges are to be active on **cJp. 

 § 19 test fan and point system for the **cJp

 Required single points                        

 Test subject                           Specialized value number                 1.  Price                       2.  Price                       **3.Preis                       

 Nose                3                      21                    15                    6          

 Trace sound                3                      21                    15                    6                      

 Trace will                     3                      21                    15                    6                      

 Trace security                         1                      5                      2                      -                       

 **Stoeberanlage                      2                      14                    10                    4                      

 Water joy                     2                      14                    10                    4                      

 **Fuehrigkeit               1                      5                      2                      -                       

 Firing firmness                        1                      8                      6                      4                      

 **cFwz hums                       16                    

 Required total score                      109                 75                    30                    

 Possible maximum score                        128     

 

 § 20 evaluation of work on the hare trace:  General  information

 **(1) the plants important for the German quail dog (nose,  trace sound, trace will and trace security) can be examined in  practice only on the trace of the hare not seen by the dog.  For the  breed it is from greatest importance that lie close-conditioned  differences are recognized correctly in particular by the judges on  the youth examination and in Beno **tung to settle. 

 **(2) an evaluation is only possible in an area, in which the trace  trace can be well observed.  The test judges and dog leader (if  necessary also spectator) strip the area as with a hare search in the  field.  If a hare rises, the group chairman calls a dog, which did not  see the hare run off. 

 The dog leader has to set its dog on the trace or in their  proximity. 

 **(3) all test specimens are to be examined if possible under  same conditions.  Usually it will be possible the judges, by two hare  traces, some the well-known substantial influences on the degree of  difficulty

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 a trace exhibit (changing bodenformationen, vegetation, wind  effect, standing time, hook etc..)  to judge a dog fairly. 

 Exeptionally also a particular can, particularly widens and  is enough for work for evaluation to be sufficient, if it exhibits the  substantial difficulties. 

 **(4) if the dog shows very different achievements with two  work, then a third trace is to round the judgement identification off. 

 From several work the best for the evaluation may not only  give the excursion;  rather the judges from the overall view of all  work under consideration of the different difficulties a judgement  must form. 

 **(5) an individual trace, which is not taken up for not  recognizable reasons of a dog, cannot be evaluated.  The judges are to  set however a second, as already as possible well evaluated dog from  the group as a check.  The achievements shown by this dog may not  affect the evaluation of its achievements altogether shown negatively.  Even if this dog does not accept the trace, then it remains with the  **Nichtbewertung.  If the control dog shows however still at least a "  sufficient " **(2) achievement, then must be evaluated the work of the  first dog with " insufficiently " **(0). 

 **(6) the following evaluations refer to normal conditions    Special difficulties or promotions in individual cases are  to be considered from the judges to and mentioned in the examination  report. 

 § 21 nose

 The nose achievement of a dog determines its ability to  overcome difficulties on the hare trace and the trace surely follow. 

 The further the trace is the longer, usually the standing time of the  trace and the requirements are the higher to the nose achievement of  the dog. 

 The nose evaluation does not do justice fully to dogs with slight  trace will over the " length of the spurarbeit ";  here overcoming  difficult trace conditions (e.g. older traces) can contribute to  clarification. 

 The length of the spurarbeit is to be noted in the judge report. 

 Note:                            Trace length:            

 0                      no assessable achievement               

 1                      less than approx. 200 meters                         

 2                      a trace of at least approx. 200 meters            

 3-4                   over 200, less than approx. 500 meters         

 5-6                   over 500, less than approx. 800 meters         

 7-8                   over 800, less than approx. 1500 meters       

 9                      more than approx. 1500 meters when confirmation by a  second, at least very good work                         

 

 § 22 trace sound

 Is demanded " more essentially " a sound, which begins, as  soon as the dog took up the trace and continues, as long as the dog  works reliably on the trace.  Very late using of the sound or longer  interruptions, although that

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 Dog reliably on the trace works, has according to smaller  evaluations to the consequence. 

 Note:                            Loud:                         

 0                       For mute dogs.                      

 1                       For loud-giving dogs isolate, if  recognizing of the trace process is not possible.   

 2-4                   For dogs, which - although surely on  the trace working - repeats longer distances (more than 50 m) are  mute.  The process of the trace must still have to be pursued however  at the sound.  Only initial sound giving over a short distance and  afterwards complete concealing may not be evaluated no more with  sufficient.  On the other hand very long mute **Anjagen (up to the  half of the entire work) is, sufficient thereafter however safe sound  still.                   

 5-6                   For dogs, whose sound begins  regularly late, although they already work surely a longer distance  (approx. 100 meters) on the trace or during the work regularly shorter  time exposes to their sound.                      

 7-8                   For dogs, whose sound begins, as  soon as they took up and stop the trace surely, as long as they work  perfectly the trace (including gust **gelns within the supposed smell  range).  When losing the trace or exceeding hooks the sound must break  off and begin again, as soon as the dog took up the trace again  surely.                           

 

 § 23 loose sound **(l)

 The sound of the dog is released by the perception of the  game weather and depends on the height of the threshold of sensation.   

 Nervous ones, to easily excitable dogs are inclined to become  constantly loud to it, with smallest attractions. 

 The clearest form of this error is the **Waidlaut.  If beginnings of  this error show up with the spurar-beit, they are to be represented  with the evaluation of the trace sound by the additive " L ". 

 Note:                            Loud:                         

 **c6(l)                           For dogs, which are still loud with  otherwise reliable trace sound also with the elbow striking outside of  the smell range of the trace.                      

 **c4(l)                           For dogs, both on the trace, and constantly with  spacious agreement or already when fastening, without the trace to  have clearly taken up, are constantly loud.  These dogs are to be  examined for **Waidlaut and receive the **c4(l) only, if the suspicion  is not confirmed.  For the statement of the **Waidlauts these dogs are  in clear area, in which no game or fresh traces or tracks are present  to fasten to the search.                  

 **c2(l)                           For dogs, which are as can be prove  **waidlaut.  As **waidlaut dogs are to be classified, which  become regularly loud when fastening and to remain, without pursuing  game or work on a trace or a track.                           

 

 The **Waidlaut is to be noted as " determined lack of nature  " on the certificate of examination.  The examination on **Waidlaut is  to be noted in the judge report. 

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 § 24 trace will

 **(1) the trace will exists in the " urge forward ", in the  obstinacy, with which a trace is pursued. 

 The dog, which returns again and again to the place, at which  it lost the trace, shows a high degree of trace will, even if it is  missing to it (is it because of experience and exercise lacking, is it  because of small nose) at sufficient trace security, in order to  prepare the trace further.  Turned around also quite **feinnasige and  trace-safe dogs can show only slight trace trace. 

 **(2) the substantial measure for the evaluation of the trace  will is the time, in which the dog strives around furthering the  trace.  The time between taking up and breaking the spurarbeit off is  determining for the evaluation of the trace will;  it is to be noted  in the examination report.  The time of giving the spurarbeit up up to  the **Anleinen by the leader is not to be considered in this  connection. 

 **(3) trace will shows up in the concentrated effort of the dog around  the pursuit of the trace, in particular with the **Boegeln before  giving the work up, not however in the elbow striking drawing back far  and unmethodical running, with which the trace is however not taken up  crossed. 

 **(4) in detail is to be proceeded from the following  appoximate values: 

 Note:                            Time:                         

 0                      none                

 1                      less than one minute                          

 2-4                   approx., less than three minutes                    

 5-6                   approx. three, less than five minutes              

 7-8                   approx. five, less than ten minutes     

 9                      approx. ten minutes                

 

 **(5) spurarbeiten, which are broken off groundlessly and  suddenly without any effort, can be only evaluated with sufficient  **(2), if the length of the work carried out up to the abort amounts  to at least 200 meters. 

 Eager looking for within the narrower range of the leader is  not to be rated than trace will. 

 § 25 trace security

 In trace security the ability of the dog shows up to adapt  its work speed of the difficulty of the trace and the efficiency of  its nose. 

 Note:                            Achievement:           

 0                       For dogs, whose uncertainty does not  make a purposeful furthering for the trace possible any longer.                          

 1                       For dogs, with which altogether the  time used for regaining the practice-shot trace process clearly  exceeds the time worked on the trace.                       

 2-4                   For dogs, which get frequently off  the also straight running trace, strike large elbows or work at  regaining larger distances backwards.                        

 5-6                   For dogs, which exceed and  frequently outside of the smell range of the trace hunt fast running  by to hooks and elbows regularly.                        

 7-8                   For dogs, those its work speed the  degree of difficulty of the trace on                    

 

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 fit and essentially reliably within the smell range hunt.                       

 

 § 26 keeping in track regret

 The dog, which lets itself be diverted by fresh temptations  or also by the sight of game not to steadfastly pursue " its " hare  trace, is trace faithful for which thus with the chase on the trace on  other traces and/or tracks does not change.  This very valuable  characteristic can be no proper test subject, because their statement  depends too much on the coincidence.  However if a test specimen  proves as perfectly trace faithful, then this must be noted in the  examination report and certificate of examination.  Pronounced keeping  in track regret will favorably affect usually also the evaluation of  trace will and/or trace security. 

 § 27 **Stoeberanlage

 For the **cJp the **Stoeberanlage is examined.  The test  specimen is to show that it strives for finding game. 

 When areas come both thickening, which are controllable by judges, and  lighter portions with **Unterwuchs, in which the dog does not have a  visual contact to the leader, **infrage.  The **Stoebergelaende should  be large at least 1 hectar for each dog. 

 If a dog comes directly after it covering assumed at game, which it  hunts longer time, then it is to be fastened after returning and an  appropriate recovery break again, in order to be able to judge its  real **Stoeberanlage.  In the ideal case the dog is to show a calm,  systematic searching of covering.  And constant contact to the leader  reductions in the evaluation entail fast superficial work, knurling  tools. 

 The duration of a very good (7,8) work is not to fall below 5 minutes. 

 § 28 water joy

 **(1) the dog is to accept the water joyfully and without  hesitating, which - if also not directly on the bank - must be so deep  that the dog must swim. 

 If the dog hesitates, then it may **be aufgemuntert by  throwing articles to accept the water.  Such assistance entail an  accordingly inferior evaluation, whereby swimming articles are  stronger to weights than e.g. stones. 

 **(2) during the evaluation the water and weather conditions  (current, wave course, temperature, precipitation) are appropriate for  considering. 

 § 29 **Fuehrigkeit

 The degree of the **Fuehrigkeit expresses itself in the  attention and attachment opposite the dog leader.  If the young dog  pursues persistent a trace and/or a track and longer is missing, than  this would be desired with the finished trained dog, or if he cannot  **abpfeifen or be called up from the game, then that may be charged to  him not as lack of **Fuehrigkeit. 

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 § 30 firing firmness

 In order to determine firing sensitivity or firingshy, each  dog leader on instruction of the judges in temporally appropriate  distance must deliver two shots, while the dog in the forest or  **Buschiergelaende in pellet range of fire searches freely.  In the  doubt the examination can be repeated. 

 Note:                            Reaction:                  

 8                       Firing celebration is a dog,  that by the shots either unbeein prints remains or firingheated shows  up                     

 6                      is easily firingsensitive a dog, -  although easily restrained - the search continues                         

   4                     A dog, which comes on shot to its  leader, is firingsensitive the search after at the latest one minute  on request again continues                 

 1                      is strongly firingsensitive a dog, that  after the shot (or already at sight of the weapon) protection with its  leader searches and to the search to send does not leave themselves                   

 0                       Firing shyness is a dog, that on shot  fearfully flees and/or from the effect of the leader extracts  themselves                  

 

 If a dog with the descriptor is judged " firingsensitively "  or more badly (notes 4 to 0), then this is to be noted in the  certificate of examination as " determined lack of nature ". 

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 III part

 Qualification test (**cEp)

 § 31 general

 **(1) the qualification test of the **cVdw can be  accomplished in two variants: 

 Qualification test with hare trace **cEp

 Qualification test without hare trace **cEpb 

 **(2) purpose of the **cEp is it to tighten in their  component the **angewoelften plants of the dog under advanced  influence of straightening and guidance. 

 To that extent the **cEp is an addition and an extension of  the youth examination;  besides it permits the statement of the plants  of dogs, which did not run before on a **cJp. 

 **(3) the **cEpb (qualification test usefulness) examines  however apart from the essential minimum requirements for **jagdliche  usefulness also some important plant fan (**Stoebern, swimming trace,  etc.). 

 **(4) with both test variants the accomplishing regional committees  can write supplementing the examination out of **jagdlichen usefulness  according to the following a regional law regulations. 

 For this the regional committees take over the test orders of  the respective Lands of the Federal Republic. 

 **(5) with it the different forms of the qualification test  between **Jugend-und customs examination stand.  Among its special  tasks the determination of nature-firm and **fuehrigen dogs with  high-quality plants for hunt use and breed ranks. 

 **(6) qualification tests may be held only in the autumn. 

 **(7) the regulations of the " federation examination water "  are to be kept a component of these **cPo and. 

 § 32 test fan and point system for the **cEp

 Required single points                

 Test subject:                specialized value number                        1. price                         2.  Price                        3.  Price                          

 **Stoebern forest                     3                      21                     15                     6                      

 Firing firmness                         

 - forest                          1                      8                      6                      4                      

 - water                          1                      8                      6                      4          

 Losing search water                2                      14                     10                     4                      

 Work on the swimming trace               existed **j/n                   ()                      ()                      ()                      

 Bring:                           

 - feather/spring game 150 m                    1                      7                      5                      2                      

 - hair utilizable game 300 m                    2                      14                     10                     4                      

 - duck from deep water               2                      14                     10                     4                      

 Obediently                   2                      14                     10                     4                      

 Welding                       existed **j/n                                                                                           

 Hare trace:                   

 - nose               3                      21                     15                     6                      

 - trace sound                 3                      21                     15                     6                      

 - trace will                     3                      21                     15                     6                      

 - trace security                          2                      14                     10                     4                      

 Usefulness country:                  existed **j/n                   

 **cFwz hums                25                     

 Required total score                177                   127                   54                     

 Possible maximum score                    206       

 

 Notes: 

 The work behind the living duck, which becomes welding and if  necessary the supplementing usefulness fan only with " existed " or "  not existed " evaluated.  As minimum requirement a sufficient  achievement must be furnished. 

 The work behind the living duck may be only examined, if those were  locked fan " losing search water " and " bringing duck " and "  **Schufestigkeit successfully in the water ". 

 A dog, which cannot insist the **cEp on the swimming trace  malfunctioned (not existed). 

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 § 33 test fan and **Punkzesystemn for the **cEpb

 Required single points                

 Test subject:                specialized value number                        1. price                         2.  Price                        3.  Price                          

 **Stoebern forest                     3                      21                     15                     6                      

 Firing firmness                         

 - forest                          1                      8                      6                      4                      

 - water                          1                      8                      6                      4          

 Losing search water                2                      14                     10                     4                      

 Work on the swimming trace               existed **j/n                   ()                      ()                      ()                      

 Bring:                           

 - feather/spring game 150 m                    1                      7                      5                      2                      

 - hair utilizable game 300 m                    2                      14                     10                     4                      

 - duck from deep water               2                      14                     10                     4                      

 Obediently                   2                      14                     10                     4                      

 Welding                       existed **j/n                                                                                           

 Usefulness country                   existed **j/n                   

 **cFwz hums                14                     

 Required total score                100                   72                     32                     

 Possible maximum score                    112       

 

 Notes: 

 The work behind the living duck, which becomes welding and if  necessary the supplementing usefulness fan only with " existed " or "  not existed " evaluated.  As minimum requirement a sufficient  achievement must be furnished. 

 The work behind the living duck may be only examined, if those were  locked fan " losing search water " and " bringing duck " and " firing  firmness successfully in the water ". 

 A dog, which cannot insist the **cEpb on the swimming trace  malfunctioned (not existed). 

 § 34 **Stoebern in the forest

 **(1) on a qualification test already proper **Stoebern must  be required in contrast to the youth examination by a dog already  prepared to the fighter mission. 

 **(2) as areas comparably dense forest portions come into  consideration excluding thickening and;  for each dog must be  available two to three hectares. 

 If no suitable forest area is present, then exeptionally also  comparably large corn fields and such a thing can be used.  Each dog  is to be examined at least 10 minutes. 

 **(3) the **Stoeberpruefung is to be accomplished as hunt  near as possible;  the occurrence of game is desired. 

 If doubts exist to the **Stoeberleistung of the dog, then it  is to be examined in another area a second time;  the same applies if  the **stoebernde dog already after short time at game comes. 

 afterwards **(4) the dog is to search covering intensively,  to hunt thereby found game loud, until it leaves covering, and  willingly to its leader to return. 

 If a dog hunts longer time behind game over, then this is to  be judged not negatively, it is, it passes as much time that the test  expiration is obstructed. 

 § 35 firing firmness forest

 For this the executive orders apply to the youth examination  (§ 30 of this test order). 

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 § 36 firing firmness water

 **(1) a hunted duck is thrown as far as possible in the open  water and the dog for bringing is requested. 

 **(2) while the dog **zuschwimmt on the duck, a pellet shot is  delivered on the water toward the duck.  The dog must bring now the  duck independently. 

 **(3) firingshy or strongly firingsensitive dogs may be not further  examined at the water

 Note:                            Reaction:                  

 8                       Firing celebration is a dog,  that after the shot the duck takes up and brings                   

 6                      easily firingsensitively a  dog, that is after the shot the duck hesitating without further  instruction brings               

 4                       A dog, which breaks off after  the shot, is firingsensitive to the leader returns and to renewed  unique instruction the duck brings                   

 1                      is strongly firingsensitive a  dog, which breaks off on the shot, to the leader returns and after  unique instruction the duck does not bring or at the sight of the  weapon protection with its leader already looks for and for bringing  to send does not leave themselves                          

 0                       Firing shyness is a dog, that  on the shot fearfully flees and/or from the effect of its leader  extracts themselves                  

 

 § 37 losing search in cover-rich waters

 **(1) a hunted duck is thrown in such a way into a covering  that the dog can **eraeugen neither throwing nor the duck from the  bank.  The duck is to be placed in such a way that the dog must be  sent over a free water surface into covering. 

 **(2) from a place, which is distant from the duck at least 30 meters,  the approximate direction is indicated to the leader, in which the  duck lies.  The dog is from there the duck independently to look for;    it must find it and **zutragen to its leader. 

 **(3) the leader may support and steer its dog, however continuing  effects reduce the evaluation.  

 **(4) a dog, which is evaluated not at least in this subject with  sufficient, may be examined in no case in the subject " work on the  swimming trace ". 

 **(5) one evaluates, as the dog searches, to steer itself leaves,  finds and **zutraegt.  The purely technical talent of the  **Apportierens is to be evaluated in the subject " bringing duck from  deep water " (§ 40). 

 § 38 bringing feather/spring game

 **(1) at the end 150 m are enough for schleppe with two hooks  are a piece feather/spring game to be laid down, which the dog must  bring. 

 **(2) apply in a general manner the regulations of the test order for  the **cGp (§ 48 ff). 

 § 39 bringing hair utilizable game

 **(1) at the end 300 m are enough for schleppe with 2 hooks  are a piece hair utilizable game to be laid down, which the dog must  bring. 

 **(2) apply in a general manner the regulations of the test order for  the **cGp (§ 48 ff). 

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 § 40 bringing duck from deep water

 **(1) during the evaluation of bringing all bringing work of  the dog is to be considered during the water work. 

 **(2) apply in a general manner the regulations of the test order for  the **cGp (§ 48 ff). 

 § 41 obedience

 The general obedience, in particular the **Leinenfuehrigkeit  and the condition peace are to be observed during the whole  examination in all subjects. 

 The dog is to show a connection to its leader, strengthened by  straightening and guidance, that goes beyond the purely plant-moderate  **Fuehrigkeit always. 

 § 42 work on the swimming trace

 **(1) this subject is only in those regional committees part  of the qualification test, in which the nationallegal regulations  permit this. 

 For the achievements no points will assign, it only " existed  " in and " existed " are not differentiated. 

 **(2) a duck is suspended in covering, without the **AnSchuss  is marked.  These preparations may the dog **to eraeugen not be able.   

 **(3) after suspending the judges request the leader, its dog at an  pellet-firingremoved point of the suspension place of the duck to seek  to fasten. 

 **(4) the dog must look for and find the duck independently.  The  leader may steer and support it with the work, however continuing  effects reduce the evaluation. 

 **(5) as soon as the dog presses the duck from covering and it  **sichtig pursued, it is from the leader to hunt or a hunter entitled  to it.  The hunted duck must be brought by the dog independently. 

 **(6) a dog, which does not bring a duck with first finding  independently, cannot exist the examination. 

 In this case also both " losing searches " apply and the "  work on the swimming trace " as not insisted.  One of the dog  **eraeugte duck is considered as found. 

 **(7) the judges must terminate the work of  a dog, as soon as they formed a locking judgement.  That applies, even  if the duck could not be hunted before the dog. 

 The judges can terminate the work, if they  have the impression that the dog does not meet the requirements. 

 § 43 welding

 **(1) the welding can be accomplished according to the  respective nationallegal regulations over usefulness and/or hunt  qualification test. 

 **(2) for the achievements no points will assign, it only in " existed  " and " existed " are not differentiated. 

 **(3) target the dog " usefulness " in the sense of the nationallegal  in each case regulations do not acquire, then the following conditions  apply to the welding: 

                   •For the 400 meters for a long time, dabbed or dripped track is to be  used a viertelliter game sweat. 

                   •The track must be old at least two hours, exhibit two right-angled  hooks and for instance on half length a **Wundbett. 

 

 **(4) to the production of the welding tracks and to details  of the belt work in a general manner the regulations for the **cGp  apply (§ 49 ff). 

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 § 44 nose, trace sound, trace will, trace security, keeping  in track regret

 For this in a general manner the regulations for the **cJp  apply (§ 20 ff). 

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 IV.  Part

 Customs examination (**cGp)

 § 45 general

 **(1) the customs examination is a performance evaluation, on  which the dog is to show whether it becomes fair the demands, which  the practical hunt enterprise makes against the finished trained  versatile forest customs dog.  The **cGp must be accomplished  therefore as hunt near as possible;  to the statement of the obedience  great importance is to be attached. 

 **(2) customs examinations may be held only in  the autumn. 

 **(3) the regulations of the federation examination " water "  are to be kept a component of these **cPo and. 

 § 46 test fan and point system for the **cGp

 Required single points                        

 Test subject:                         specialized value number                   1.  Price                       2.  Price                       **3.Preis                       

 **Stoebern                 3                      21                    15                    6                      

 Bring of:                     

 Feather/spring game (150 m)                         1                      7                      5                      2                      

 Hare (300 m)               2                      14                    10                    4                      

 Fox (300 m).  Choice subject                         3                      -                       -                       -                       

 Welding:                     

 Belt work                     3                      21                    15        6                      

 Dead-bark (choice subject)                **(2)                 -                       -                       -                       

 Dead references (choice subject)                  **(2)                 -                       -                       -                       

 Water work:                           

 Firing firmness                        1                      8                      6                      4                      

 Losing search in **deckungsr.  Waters                     2                      14                    10                    4                      

 **Stoebern without duck                     2                      14                    10                    4                      

 Work on the swimming trace                         existed **j/n                 ()                      ()                      ()                      

 Bring from deep water                        2                      14                    10                    4                      

 **Buschieren:                        

 Work under the gun                2                      14                    10                    4                      

 Peace on shot                         1                      7                      5                      2                      

 Bringing reliability                    1                      5                      2          2                      

 Obedience fan:                     

 **Leinenfuehrigkeit                  1                      7                      5                      2                      

 Consequences freely with foot                       1                      7                      5                      2                      

 Placing                        1                      7                      5                      2          

 Condition peace                      1                      7                      5                      2                      

 Obediently at bowl game                    2                      4                      -                       -                       

 General obedience                  2                      14                    10        4                      

 Work joy                     1                      7                      5                      2                      

 **cFwz hums                          **29/34 *          

 Required total score                        192                  133                  56                    

 Possible maximum score                 **232/272 *                  

 

 * without choice fan / with choice subjects.  A dog, which  can not insist the **cGp on the swimming trace malfunctioned (not  existed). 

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 § 47 **Stoebern

 **(1) the **Stoebern is a major task of the forest customs  dog.  Therefore at least 15 minutes must be examined  under huntnear conditions.  For the examination sufficient large is to  use close thickening in which on the presence from game to is to be  counted. 

 The examination is to take place in the closed forest.  Exeptionally can be used also at least 3 hectar large field wood with  close **Unterwuchs or just as large corn fields and such a thing. 

 **(2) the test judges and further, participants (contactors),  designated by the group chairman, must change a driving over  frequented and. 

 **(3) the dog leader may not leave its conditions during the  examination. 

 **(4) the dog is to search a driving according to plan and  thoroughly, up-push found game, pursue hair game loud, until it came  to the distance or driving left, **aufgebaumtes feather/spring game  (pheasant) verbal. 

 **(5) to the **Stoeberpruefung only in each case one dog may be  fastened.  For its first work each test specimen must receive a tract  of land, in which still no other dog ge-**stoebert has. 

 If the dog already comes to short time (without assessable  **Stoeberarbeit) at game, then its **Stoeberleistung in each case in  second driving is to be examined. 

 **(6) the judges have to judge whether the dog searches  according to plan and thoroughly and able is to find and bring before  contactors game.  If a dog in driving did not find game, an inspection  work must contribute by a second dog to the completion of the  judgement. 

 **(7) far over chase by the contactor chain is not desired.  Dogs not  within two hours voluntarily to their leader return, can in the  **Stoebern only with sufficient be evaluated;  the examination report  justify **ssdie note. 

 Dogs, which cannot return by hunt stranger of influences (to  catch by Spa **ziergaenger etc.), must in second driving are again  examined. 

 **(8) target a dog during the **Stoeberpruefung the proof as  **Weitjager placing, then must communicate the dog leader this before  beginning of the examination to the group chairman. 

 § 48 bringing on the schleppe - general

 **(1) dog leaders, that bring along own dragging game, have  requirement on the fact that this is used for their dog.  If a dog  leader did not bring along dragging game, although this was required  in the test advertisement, then he does not have a requirement on  examination of his dog in the subjects concerned. 

 **(2) the schleppen must be put by a test judge.  They must be  supposed for all test specimens under as same a conditions in  homogeneous area as possible and in their main direction with neck  wind to be pulled. 

 **(3) during the dragging putting all dogs are to be held in such a  way that they do not notice anything from this procedure. 

 **(4) the piece game intended for bringing must be freely because of  the end of the schleppe (e.g. not in a soil recess or behind a tree).    That drag-casually must behave in straight lines extension of the  schleppe in covering and except wind in such a way that the dog cannot  notice him with its work. 

 **(5) that drag-casually must observe the behavior of the dog at the  game from its covering. 

 **(6) the judges are obligated to show to the leader the marked  **AnSchuss.  The leader may work the first twenty meters of the  schleppe on the belt, then it must fasten and stop the dog. 

   **(7) if the dog does not find the laid out piece game, then it may be  set still twice on the schlep-pe.  The dog found and leaves the game  it, without bringing it,

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 or it finds the work insufficient after altogether threefold  setting on the schleppe not to the piece, is. 

 **(8) if the dog begins to cut the game or if he digs it, to be  evaluated then this is the work with insufficient in the examination  report to be mentioned and. 

 **(9) as " bringing " the total output of the work is to be evaluated:  The dog is to find rapid and safe to the game, take up immediately it  with good grasp, brings and to spend cleanly. 

 At heavy bringing game short placing may not be taken into  account for grasp improvement as errors. 

 **(10) becomes a dog with his work by unusual outside  circumstances (not by game temptations!)  substantially obstructs,  then is it one sparedrag to grant. 

 § 49 bringing feather/spring game

 Those feather-game-drags must 150 m be long and two  right-angled hooks exhibit.  It is in open area with low soil  vegetation (grass, seed, glean and **dgl.)  lie. 

 § 50 bringing hare

 Those hare-drags must 300 m be long and two right-angled  hooks exhibit.  It is to be as completely as possible, must however at  least on the two last thirds of its length in the forest.  The hare  laid down for bringing must weigh at least 3 Kilos. 

 § 51 bringing fox (choice subject)

 This work is posed to the dog leader to the free choice.  Those fox-drags must 300 m be long and two right-angled hooks exhibit.  Just as hare-drag must it on the two last thirds of its length in the  forest be at least.  The fox laid down for bringing must weigh at  least 4 Kilos. 

 § 52 welding - belt work

 **(1) to the production of the artificial welding tracks are  permissible the dabbing and the dripping procedure, however all tracks  in the same procedure must be manufactured.  Only fresh or frozen game  sweat of a kind of game (without preservatives) may be used.  The  welding tracks must lie in the forest (including **Bloessen, narrow  forest meadows and such). 

 With area difficulties it is permitted to put the **AnSchuss  and the first 100 meters of the welding track into free area. 

 **(2) welding tracks may be put only by a test judge or under  its direct supervision by a adept aid (e.g. judge candidate).  If  several persons participate in putting the welding track, then that  must track-casually always go behind all remaining participants.  Outside of the track putting sweat and all other articles afflicted  with sweat are to be kept in such a way that no sweat can arrive at  soil or vegetation. 

 **(3) for each welding track a viertelliter game sweat is to be used.    The " **AnSchuss " is to be marked by soil bodenverwundung and cut  hair and committed a crime.  The welding track must be long 600 m and  exhibit two right-angled hooks.  On half length a **Wundbett is to be  marked by soil bodenverwundung and cut hair. 

 **(4) marks about the process of the welding track, as far as they are  necessary for the orientation of the test judges, must be so  constituted that they do not give a guideline assistance to the dog  leader. 

 **(5) the welding tracks must stand over night and be at least 12  hours old with beginning of the work. 

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 **(6) before beginning of the belt work a piece bowl game is  to be laid down at the end of the welding track, which must exhibit a  ball shot.  All remaining injuries with exception of in and  **AusSchuss are to be sewn.  The game carrier has itself to remove  afterwards or go except wind in covering and behave in such a way that  it can be noticed neither by the dog nor by the dog leader.  The game  carrier must make certain that when carrying the game of a track end  on the other hand no sweat is lost and that it does not run over the  welding tracks. 

 **(7) the dog leader is led from the group of judges to the turret and  instructed at the first shot.  From then on dog and leaders must  arrive completely independently at the piece. 

 **(8) all judges and district leader must always follow dog and leader  in appropriate distance, even if the dog has itself " fired ".  Announces if a leader Pirschzei **chen, then the judges take this only  to the knowledge, without giving to the leader a confirmation whether  he is on the track or not. 

 The leader can mark the **Pirschzeichen with suitable means.   

 **(9) if the leader with its dog wants to pre or fall back,  then he must look for each other the track;  the judges follow in  appropriate distance.  Only **Pirschzeichen, which the leader  announced, are to be shown it for a resort. 

 **(10) if the dog off the track get, without it is able to  correct itself after 100 at the latest m themselves and without that  the leader from own resolution pre or falls back, then has the judges  it the fact of the agreement to communicate (call). 

 The leader must look for each other the track then again.  If  a dog in the course of its work receives more than two calls, the belt  work is to be evaluated at the most with unsatisfactory. 

 Unsatisfactory or insufficient belt work can be broken off by the  judges at any time. 

 **(11) behavior at the piece:  The dog is left after  successful work **unangeleint with the piece.  The judges have  themselves to hide except view and wind in such a way that they can  observe the dog.  The dog leader as well as him accompanying judges  and otherwise present persons have themselves to remove likewise so  far that the dog cannot be affected by them no more.  If the dog  begins to cut the piece, then the entire welding is not existed.  As  soon as the judges can judge the behavior of the dog, they can permit  the leader to fetch its dog again.  The examination is to take about 5  minutes.  Leave the piece is not the dog not as errors to be taken  into account. 

 **(12) spectators may follow the belt work only with agreement of the  dog leader and the test judges in sufficient distance.  The work may  not be obstructed also in by far-getting turning over or far falling  back thereby.  In no case spectators, while they follow the belt work,  may carry dogs. 

 **(13) to evaluate is also co-operation between leaders and dog.  For  the evaluation however the function of the dog is decisive. 

   Criteria are track will, peace, security and independence,  the way, how the dog is able to help itself with difficulties by elbow  striking, pre or falling back, referring **Pirschzeichen, ignoring  temptation tracks. 

 § 53 dead barking

 **(1) target a dog in the dead barking to be examined, then  this must be already communicated to the denomination by the  announcing with delivery.  The **Totverbeller has to carry first the  normal belt work out, which is evaluated as such. 

 **(2) before beginning of the belt work however the welding track is  extended by 250 m in straight lines direction.  For this over night  track is a second ("freshness") **Wundbett to put on and from here  with an eighth litre game sweat in the same manufacturing process the  over night track extend at the end of the 600 m is enough.  At the end  of this fresh extension the game is laid down.  From the game the dog  may not do a line of sight connection too

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 have at the end of the belt work (fresh **Wundbett) waiting  leader and the judges. 

 **(3) if the dog at the belt found the fresh **Wundbett, then it may  still some steps at the belt on the fresh track further-look for, must  then however be fastened.  It is to find safe the piece and become  loud within approximately 10 minutes.  Dog leaders and accompanying  judges must wait it with the fresh **Wundbett, until the dog barked at  least 10 minutes long the piece, without to leave. 

 **(4) around the behavior of the dog at the piece to observe, a judge  in covering must set up himself except wind in such a way that the dog  does not notice him.  If the dog does not find to the piece, then it  may be set still twice at the fresh **Wundbett.  If he found the  piece, but leave again, then the work (dead-bark) is insufficient. 

 **(5) the achievement in the dead barking does not have influence on  the evaluation of the belt work which can be made completely  independently on the over night track (from the **AnSchuss to the  fresh **Wundbett). 

 **(6) if the dog begins to cut the bowl game, the entire welding is  not existed. 

 § 54 dead references

 To dead references applies in a general manner the same as to  the dead barking.  Fastened from the fresh Wund bed for referring, the  dog is to find safe to the piece, return however immediately then to  its leader and give by the taken up **Bringsel or other special  behavior to recognize that it found.  The dog leader must announce the  judge before fastening the dog, in which way its dog gives to  recognize that it found the piece.  The dog is to then lead its leader  immediately to the piece. 

 § 55 firing firmness water

 The regulations apply as to the **cEp in § 36 for this test  order. 

 § 56 losing search in cover-rich waters

 The regulations apply as to the **cEp in § 37 for this test  order. 

 § 57 bringing duck from deep water

 The regulations apply as to the **cEp in § 40 for this test  order. 

 § 58 work on the swimming trace

 The regulations apply as to the **cEp in § 42 for this test  order. 

 § 59 **Stoebern without duck in cover-rich waters

 **(1) the dog is on simple instruction of its leader and  without each further suggestion (stone among other things.)  into the  water go and there in the reed **stoebern. 

 **(2) with the **Stoebern without duck in cover-rich waters the dog is  to show in the reed its **Finderwillen and also his water joyfulness  and with the **Stoebern of its leader by sign or acclamation well be  steered let itself.  This **Stoeberarbeit is to extend on  approximately 10 minutes. 

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 The technical **§§ of the 60 (**Buschieren), 61 (peace on  shot) and 62 (bringing reliability) are to be examined and evaluated  with suitable conditions in a passage. 

 § 60 **Buschieren

 **(1) **Buschieren is to be examined in the suitable area.  For this subject a sufficient large area is to be selected, which is  to be changed with each dog. 

 **(2) it is to be given to each dog opportunity to show the  **Buschieren usual during the practical hunt practice thoroughly. 

 **(3) the dog is to look for commands under the gun and easily,  without many and reads themselves, from its leader direct to let.  It  is according to plan and calmly **Buschieren, so that its leader can  follow it well and fire at rising game. 

 **(4) the dog is not to hunt rising game, it is independently or on  instruction of the leader of it to discharge. 

 § 61 peace on shot

 If the dog leader does not have an opportunity during the  **Buschierens to fire at before its dog game then he must deliver a  shot on arrangement of the test judges, while the dog **buschiert.  The dog should not be firingheated, but after the shot or on hearing  and/or marker of its leader calmly to behave and continue to work. 

 § 62 bringing reliability

 **(1) the bringing reliability is examined at feather/spring  game.  For a **Buschierflaeche of approx. 50 x 50 m, by dog and leader  unobserved, a piece feather/spring game is designed. 

 **(2) on arrangement of the judges the dog is to be sent against the  wind to the **Buschieren.  The piece is to be found by the dog from  the search and brought and spent easily command.  Afterwards the dog  is **to buschieren calmly further. 

 **(3) if the dog finds the feather/spring game, without bringing it,  it cannot exist the examination. 

 The technical **§§ of the 63 (**Leinenfuehrigkeit), 64  (consequence freely with foot) and 65 (placings) are to be examined  and evaluated with suitable conditions in a passage. 

 The total period of the examination (§ 63, 64, 65) is approx.  10 - 15 minutes amount to. 

 § 63 **Leinenfuehrigkeit

 The **Leinenfuehrigkeit is examined best with a **Durchpir  close bar wood.  The **angeleinte dog may obstruct in it its leader in  no way, it must in particular automatically on the correct side of the  bars go.  The leader may lead its dog not at the line let hang but  these freely. 

 § 64 consequences freely with foot

 The dog is to follow its leader **unangeleint properly as on  the **Pirschgang after quiet hear or inconspicuous marker at least 80  m by a forest stand with foot, without staying or before-bounce. 

 § 65 placings

 **(1) the dog leader **pirscht with its dog, which  **angeleint it or follows freely with foot, to a point designated by  the test judges.  There it must the dog **unangeleint (freely)  placings, whereby it may do an article (e.g. line, backpack, hunt bag)  with placings.  Loud hearing character are not permitted thereby;  rather everything has to happen in largest peace as on the  **Pirschgang. 

 **(2) the dog leader must depart **pirschend so far from his put down  dog and go in covering that him this no more cannot **eraeugen;  it  has then a shot to deliver and afterwards slowly to the dog  decrease/go back. 

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 Note                 Reaction                   

 7, 8                   The behavior of the  **hUndes is very good, if it endures up to the return of its leader  calmly at its place.  Lift the head or setting, without the place too  abandoned, are no errors.                  

 5, 6                   Well the behavior of the  dog is, **more 'der only few meters from the dependent place distant  and then further calmly puts itself down.                

 2, 3, 4                          sufficient one is the  behavior of a dog, which wegpir **schenden tried that leaders  carefully be followed and by this in line of sight connection with  loudless effect be arranged can to put itself down calmly or comes to  meet the returning leader, as soon as it sees it.            

 0, 1                   The behavior of a dog,  which win **selt, is unsatisfactory or insufficiently sound gives,  lastingly its place leaves or even if it must be affected by the  leader by loud hearing character.                    

 

 § 66 condition peace

 **(1) the dog leaders are as to be employed contactors with a  forest driving hunt at a thickening.  Each dog leader **angeleint its  dog, sitting or lying, beside itself.  During some aids thickening  under the usual driver noise push, have the dog leaders through in  sequence one shot each to deliver.  The dogs must behave thereby  calmly, them may **winseln, loud-give, do not jump up or into the line  to bounce.  Putting up into sitting position is not incorrect. 

 **(2) the condition peace is also at other opportunity during the test  process, e.g. with the **Stoebern to consider.  With the  **Stoeberpruefung if the hunt is exercised and thereby if the  condition peace can be sufficiently judged, then can be done without  the special examination. 

 § 67 obedience at bowl game

 **(1) if a dog comes during the entire examination in the  sphere of influence of its leader at bowl game or on fresh traces  and/or tracks, then it is to be able to be held by view or hearing  characters from pursuing. 

 **(2) with the **Stoebern the dog is to let itself hold from the  presented contactors or by when turning off the that contactors  developed smell-purely from pursuing from bowl game or however to  short over chase (15 minutes) return. 

 **(3) if a dog hunts despite direct effect of its leader at bowl game  (except black game) longer than 15 minutes over, then its " obedience  at bowl game " is to be evaluated at the most with unsatisfactory. 

 **(4) dogs, which place or dismiss it at as can be prove ill game  over-hunted, are not to be evaluated regarding the " obedience at bowl  game " in this case. 

 **(5) each group of judges should be endeavored to give to each dog  the opportunity to prove " obedience at bowl game ". 

 **(6) if several opportunities result to evaluate the " obedience at  bowl game " during the examination the results are to be averaged. 

 § 68 general obedience

 In particular in the subjects **Buschieren, with the water  work and with the **Stoebern can be determined the general obedience  again and again.  The dog must show during all work that it pays  attention to its leader and can by **Hoer-und marker willingly be  steered. 

 The behavior of the dog must be evaluated during the entire  examination. 

 § 69 work joy

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 The subject of the evaluation are the recognizable work joy  of the dog and the will to co-operation with the dog leader. 

 A dog, which works without desire-stressed eagerness or constantly  hunts for itself alone, without entering differently than under  obligation with its leader, does not correspond to the requirements  for the practical hunt use. 

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 V.  Part

 Performance records in the practical hunt enterprise 

 § 70 general

 **(1) on some for the breed questions substantial examination  results can give only very imperfect or no answer to a hunting dog  race.  Only the practical hunt enterprise offers here opportunity for  reliable evaluation.  Therefore great importance is to be attached to  the performance records in the practical hunt enterprise. 

 **(2) the variety of the possible conditions makes however a  particularly critical evaluation necessary.  Above all it is to be  made certain that the respective achievements of the dog are free of  doubts confirmed by sufficiently adept and objective  witnesses, who are neither owners or breeders **Hundesnoch of family  members dog leaders. 

 Awarding of achievement characters will usually have to be  made dependent on it that at least one of the  witnesses of recognized judges of the hunt customs dog federation is.   

 **(3) over the respective " achievement in the practical hunt  enterprise " a minute is to be manufactured, which must be signed by  the witnesses and the dog leader.  The minute over the responsible  regional committee chairman of the **cVdw to is association-testwaited  or its place representatives are passed on.  After **Ueberfpruefung  and acknowledgment of the achievement the office for breed book issues  the appropriate certificate and gives the achievement character. 

 § 71 hardness-oh-point

 **(1) the animal law for the protection forbids straightening  and examining dogs for sharpness at living animals (§ 3 number 7  animal law for the protection **i.d.F.v.  18,8,1986).  The statement  of the hardness (sharpness) of a dog opposite militaryful robbery game  or robbery things can rely therefore only on coincidental observations  occasionally the practical hunt practice. 

 **(2) if a dog comes with free work in the practical hunt use (for  example with the **Stoebern) to a piece militaryful robbery game or  robbery things and if it kills it, before someone can intervene with  the firearm, then can this by adept witnesses (in  accordance with § 70) be confirmed and an achievement report be made, 

 § 72 performance record on natural welding track

 **(1) for the **cDw as a forest customs dog after the shot  special meaning comes to the work.  To it above all also the welding  on bowl game belongs.  Dogs, which carry out therein property, also  **zuechterisch often valuable to be and be supposed by a special  achievement character to be therefore marked.  This consists of a  colon:  which is set before the name of the dog (see part of VIII this  **cPo). 

 **(2) for the assignment of the achievement character the  following minimum requirements apply. 

       •Belt work:  At least 500 meters on at least five  hours of old **Wundfaehrte.  With snow situation visible  **Wundfaehrten is not possible.  The dog is to lead after exact  investigation of the first shot at the long belt surely and briskly to  the piece.  Temptation tracks of healthy game it may show, them  however not further follow.  Repeated renewed setting excludes the  distribution of the achievement character, even if the work finally  led still to success.  To fair guidance is to be paid attention. 

       •Agitation:  If the dog comes to the fresh **Wundbett  of the piece not ended yet, or pulls the ill piece before the belt  work ago, then it, to the agitation fastened, must which **Wundfaehrte  blow loud follow and which to conditions rush or down-pull ill piece.   

       •Places:  It must reliably place  ill, militaryful bowl game, which the dog cannot down-pull and  dismiss.  If the dog leaves the piece once placed and returns to its  leader, the achievement character is to be malfunctioned to it, even  if it should have carried a good belt work and agitation out before. 

 

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 **(3) for the distribution of the achievement character good  achievements are necessary in every three points  (belt work, agitation, places of militaryful game).  The achievements  can be furnished however with different work.  So e.g. a work can be  only good belt work, another a long agitation after short belt work  and exist third in sharp placing of a militaryful piece without  difficult belt work and after short agitation. 

 **(4) as militaryful bowl game usually apply black game (excluded weak  **Frischlinge), rotwild (excluded weak calves), **Dam ones and  **Sikahir, chamois game (excluded kitze and **Jaehrlinge) and  **Muffelwidder. 

 Work on the rehbock may be evaluated under " places " only  exeptionally;  about if the dog **were geforkelt by a support and it  nevertheless places further sharply or down-pulls.  Otherwise is bare  placing of little militaryful game, which a reliably wild-sharp dog  would have to actually down-pull not to evaluate here. 

 **(5) dogs, which do not have an opportunity to work on  militaryful bowl game fulfilled however the requirements regarding the  belt work as well as rushing with following reliable **Niederziehen of  weaker bowl game (above all rehwild), specified in  number 2, know the achievement character set in parentheses (   receive. 

 **(6) the work must be confirmed by at least two witnesses (§ 70). 

 § 73 **Weitjagernachweis

 **(1) the **Brackenerbe, i.e. the urge to follow a once taken  up trace and/or track as far as possible until in particular the hare  back-turns again into the area of its **Sasse, are kept with a part of  our dogs still good.  Apart from it that some forest hunters in  appropriate districts hunt in this way and look for such dogs, it must  have such " **Weitjager " beside reliable trace sound and good nose  strongly minted trace trace and be  completely trace faithful, possess thus those plants, which  are to be so extremely importantly usually seized for the safe  **Verlorenbringer and welding dog and nevertheless testmoderately with  difficulty.  Furthermore the preservation of this far chase r.  situation in some trunks can be extraordinarily important for the  breed of our race. 

 **(2) the evaluation can both occasionally the **Stoeberarbeit on  **cGp (see § 47 this **cPo) as well as in the practical hunt  enterprise to be made. 

 **(3) the dog must have already in former times proven its trace  trace, trace **lautstrich as achievement characters have thus already  led. 

 **(4) the dog is to be fastened to the **Stoebern.  As soon as it  lifted a hare, the leader goes there, where he back-expects the hare  ("hare cross way").  Essentially it depends on the fact that the hare  is only fired at if it really returns and not, if it starts  coincidentally briefly after lifting protecting.  Furthermore it must  really concern the **angejagten hare and not around a hare  coincidentally high-made by the sound of the dog.  The dog must follow  perfectly trace-loud on the hare trace. 

 **(5) length and duration of the work can be different;  in less than  10 minutes the work hardly ever terminated will be.  It is crucial  that for the judges no doubt exists that the dog has actually the  **angejagten hare " brought ". 

 **(6) as achievement characters the **Weitjager over  the **Spurlautstrich receives \ a second homogeneous line  \\, thus " doubled **Spurlautstrich ".  A note is not assigned. 

 **(7) if a dog shows itself as **Rehhetzer, then it may not  receive the " **Weitjagerstrich "   because straight with the  **Weitjager is large value on the obedience at bowl game to put (see §  67 this **cPo. 

 **(8) if the **Weitjagernachweis takes place occasionally the  practical hunt practice, then must at least 2 recognized (in the judge  list of the **cVdw registered) test judges to be present § 6 as well  as § 7 this **cPo are in a general manner to be used.  The judges  write a short report and submit it immediately to the chairman of the  responsible regional committee, which passes him on to the office for  breed book. 

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 If the announced achievements meet the requirements, the  office for breed book the dog leader issues an appropriate certificate  (awarding the achievement character). 

 § 74 performance record at black game

 **(1) with the successful **Bejagung of black game special  meaning is attached to the employment of suitable dogs.  The spreading  of the black game and thus the possibility and necessity of its  **Bejagung rather still increase - contrary to many other kinds of  game -.  Thus the **cDw finds one of its most important tasks here as  **Stoeberhund. 

 **(2) for the successful work " before the shot " at black game the  balance of different plants (nerve strength, hardness, sharpness,  perseverance, understanding of hunt) is the basis.  These plants are  general for the preservation of the performance standard of the race  of paramount importance.  Together with practical experience they mark  those dogs, on which, as practice shows, the success of such sow hunts  depends crucially: 

 **(3) around dogs, which work reliably on black game, particularly to  put out, the achievement character " S " can be assigned, if a dog  furnishes the as can be prove following achievements during the  practical hunt practice in free game course (including legally  recognized hunt gates of at least self-hunt size

 A) the dog must only find 47 **(1) in a thickening existing  black game as to the **Stoebern fastened a dog under the conditions  § alone   

 b) it must blow up the found black game (gang   and/or hunt unique pieces so persistent  until they  leave the turned off range.  If the **Sauen cannot be hunted, then the  dog must place continuously (at least 10 minutes). 

 CC left) if the dog the black game posed temporarily, can receive it  the achievement character only if it concerns particulars or several  strong **Sauen and if the dog returns immediately to establishment of  contact to the leader to the game and this further barked    

 CD) the achievement character may not be assigned, if the work takes  place only at weak **Frischlingen (without **Bache), is smaller than  the dog. 

 **(4) the work must be confirmed by at least two witnesses (§  70). 

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 VI.  Part

 Special tests

 § 75 general

 As special tests are considered: 

             •Examinations, which are not regulated according to the test order of  the **cVdw, which is accomplished however by regional committees of  the **cVdw, or in those **cDw participate with other organizers (like  federation examinations § 76), as well as

             •the examination after the shot (§ 77). 

 

 § 76 federation examinations

 **(1) so far regional committees of the **cVdw examinations  accomplish, which are not regulated according to own test orders of  the **cVdw, have it the valid in each case test orders to consider. 

 That applies particularly to examinations of the hunt customs  dog federation (federation examinations), like those

 - federation welding examination (**VSwP),

   - **Verlorenbringerpruefung (**Vbr) and

 - bringing regret examination (**Btr) as well as 

 - the guidelines for the assignment of the  stop badge   

 **(2) at the time of execution by federation examinations  only test judges are to be used, who are registered as federation  judges in the judge list of the hunt customs dog federation. 

 During the federation welding examination (**VSwP) only such  test judges can be used, who are of the hunt customs dog federation  recognized welding judge. 

 **(3) the organizing regional committee and/or the test  leader has, independently of the reporting prescribed in each case to  the album leader of the hunt customs dog federation, the examination  result also to directly testwait the **cVdw to announce (in a general  manner after § 13 this **cPo).  Thus in particular the publication in  the association magazine is to be ensured.  Entries into the **DGStB  and assignment of achievement characters take place directly via the  album leader of the hunt customs dog federation. 

 **(4) dog leaders, that lead a **cDw on an examination, which is not  accomplished by a regional committee of the **cVdw (apart from the o.  g. federation special tests e.g. also **cVgp, protection dog  examination o. **ae.), is the result - if possible over its  responsible regional committee chairman - to testwaits the **cVdw to  announce, so that it can be held by the office for breed book and  published in the association magazine. 

 This does not apply to usefulness and/or hunt qualification  test according to nationallegal regulations. 

 § 77 examination after the shot (**PnS)

 **(1) the examination after the shot (**PnS) is a special  test of the **cVdw.  To the total examination apply the general  regulations for Ith part of these **cPo the form evaluation are void  in a general manner, only.  For those parts of the **PnS, with which  it concerns federation examinations (**VSwP, **Btr), is § 76 to  consider. 

 **(2) while **cEp and **cGp represent the best conditions for the work  in practice, the **PnS requires the dog already experienced in the  hunt use.  This examination makes the highest demands regarding the  work after the shot against our dogs.  Certified therefore only dogs  are in the age of at least 24 months and with existed customs  examination.  Except **cDw hunting dogs of all races can become  certified, which recognized breed book in one of the hunt customs dog  federation are registered and which appear physically suitable for the  required achievements. 

 **(3) the **PnS consists of 6 test subjects: 

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 A) welding:  **VSwP on over night track  (over 20 hours) in accordance with **VSwPO of the hunt customs dog  federation. 

 b) hare-drags:  500 m with 4 hooks, on whole  distance in the forest;  the hare which can be brought is to weigh at  least 7 Pound. 

 CC) bringing regret: 

 - either of fox:  according to the regulations for  Btr examination of the hunt customs dog federation (2 hr. before the  examination a fox at least 100 m laid out by the place, in which the  dog is fastened)

 - or of hare:  briefly before the examination a hare  is laid out approx. 50 to 80 m by the place, in which the dog is  fastened, in more closely covering. 

 In both cases the dog without bringing instruction must be  sent to the **Stoebern.  It must find, take up and bring the bringing  game independent within at the most 20 minutes. 

 CD) losing bringing of feather/spring game:  Two pieces feather/spring game laid out in a field with high  covering (e.g. carrots or raps), which under 80 m not be broad should,  without schleppe.  A piece lies with simpler, the other one during  double pellet range of fire (approx. 30 and 60 m).  The dog is to find  and bring in free losing search.  The leader may direct its dog from a  side of the field (by the judges one communicates) out.  The two  partial notes are summarized, the average result in the final note.  If the dog brings only one piece, at the most the note 2 may be  assigned. 

 e) losing bringing from reed water:  A dead duck  must be lose-looked for and brought in reed water, which is separate  from the country by at least 20-30 m free water. 

 f) bringing of the other bank:  On the opposite bank  one at least 50 m broad waters is the dog 100 m for a long time  duck-drag (this runs, coming from the water, which first 5 m parallel  to the bank) take up and which duck over the water return. 

 **(4) the entire examination is  as hunt near as possible  accomplished.  For the schleppen -, bringing and water work apply the  regulations for the customs examination in a general manner (§ 48 ff).  For all bringing work (test fan No. b to f) the maximum time  between first fastening of the dog and the conclusion of the  work amounts to 20 minutes   

 **(5) for the evaluation the following pattern  applies.  The assignment of the notes and calculations of the scores  take place in accordance with **cVgpo (5th point system). 

 Required single points                        

 Test subject                           Specialized value number                 1.  Price                       2.  Price                       3.  Price                 

 Welding                       6                      24                    18                    12                    

 Hare-drag                    4                      14                    10                    8                      

 Bringing regret (**cF/h)                       5                      15                    13                    10                    

 Lose-bring feather/spring game                     4                      16        12                    8                      

 Lose-bring from **Schilfwassser                   4                      16        12                    8                      

 Bring from the other bank                   5                      20                    15                    10                    

 Required total score                        105      80                    56                    

 

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 VII.  Part

 Winner title

 § 78 test winners (**PSg)

 The **cVdw lends the title " test winner " (**PSg) on  justified request of the owner at **cDw under the following  conditions: 

 **(1) the dog must on two customs examinations in two  different years among different judge chairmen in each case 1.  Prices  with at least 180 points achieved or on a customs examination a 1.  Price with at least 180 points achieved and an examination after the  shot (§ 77) existed. 

 In addition the dog must lead at least one in the practical  hunt use to acquiring achievement characters (see part V. this **cPo). 

 **(2) furthermore it must be in the plant subjects nose,  trace sound, trace will with very well (note 7 or 8) evaluated, and 

 **(3) it must on an examination, exhibition or recognized schau from  an association judge the form value to have at least kept very good. 

 **(4) the owner of the dog has to submit the request in writing with  the association chairman. 

 § 79 German quail dog winners (DW **Sg)

 The **cVdw lends the title " German quail dog winner  " (DW **Sg) on justified request of the owner at **cDw under  the following conditions: 

 **(1) the dog must per a 1.  Price on youth and qualification  test achieved; 

 **(2) the test winner title (see § 78) must be awarded furthermore to  the dog, and

 **(3) it must have acquired either on a **Verlorenbringerpruefung the  achievement character **Vbr or have received on a federation welding  examination a Ith price (**Sw I). 

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 VIII.  Part

 Achievement character and association coins

 § 80 achievement characters of the **cVdw

 The **cVdw assigns the following achievement characters of in  accordance with the test order to in the breed book registered the  dogs for the marking their breed and of value in use on examinations  or in the practical hunt use plants and achievements shown. 

   **(1) \ (**Spurlautstrich) for trace-loud chase on the  hare trace with minimum note sufficient in accordance with § 22 this  **cPo. 

 **(2) - (Bell line) for dead barking of bowl game on  **cGp with minimum note sufficient in accordance with § 53 this **cPo 

 **(3) ¦ (wise line) for dead references of bowl game  to **cGp with minimum note sufficient in accordance with § 54 this  **cPo. 

 **(4) / (hardness line) for independent killing of  militaryful robbery game or robbery things with free work in the  practical hunt use in accordance with § 71 this **cPo. 

 **(5)   and (:) (welding drops)  for performance record on natural welding track in accordance with §  72 this **cPo. 

 **(6) \\ (**Weitjagerstrich) for proven far chase (return) of  the hare in accordance with § 73 this **cPo. 

 **(7) S (**Saujager) for performance record at black  game in accordance with § 74 this **cPo. 

 These achievement characters are led before  the name of the dog. 

 § 81 winner titles

 The designations **PSg (test winner) and DW **Sg (DW winner),  in accordance with § 78 and 79 this **cPo are led  before the achievement characters. 

 § 82 achievement characters of federation special tests 

 For the **Verlorenbringerpruefung (achievement character  **Vbr), which applies for bringing regret examination (achievement  character **Btr) and the federation welding examination (achievement  character **Sw **cI-iii / **cI-iii) the test orders of the hunt  customs dog federation, by which also the appropriate achievement  characters are awarded. 

 These are set behind names and breed book number of  the dog. 

 § 83 entry into the **DGStB

 **cDw, which existed a customs examination, are registered  into the German customs dog album (**DGStB) of the hunt customs dog  federation.  The registration number in the **DGStB is indicated in  bold print or underlined behind the breed book  number.  Example of the possible combination of achievement  characters: 

 **PSg - >: quail v. Wachtelhof **100/70, 500   **Vbr, **Btr, **Sw II, **cI/ii.                           

 

 § 84 assignment of association coins

 Association coins are assigned for the following test  achievements: 

 Gold                 Silver                          Bronze                      

 **cJp               -                       -                       1.  Price                       

 **cEpb                        1.  Price                       

 **cEp                          -                       1.  Price           2.  Price                       

 **cGp                          1.  Price                       2.  Price                       -                       

 **VSwP                       40 hr. - **Sw I                          20 hr.  - **Sw I                         40 hr. - **Sw III                        

 40 hr. -  **Sw II                        

 **PnS                          1.  Price                       2.  Price                       3.  Price                       

 

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 IX.  Part

 Judge order

 (according to the order for the federation judge nature,  decided on that

 Open conference of the hunt customs dog federation on 19.3.  1995) 

 § 85 general

 The logical value of federation examinations stands and falls  with the efficiency, the knowledge and the objectivity of the  federation judges.  Therefore call and reputation of the German hunt  customs dog movement are connected indispensably with a meaningful  solution of the judge question. 

 A leader of hunt customs dogs gladly and with the necessary confidence  will place itself to the characterful, judicious federation judge.  It  is straight therefore an urgent requirement to ensure for a judicious  and in the judgement objective, conscious judge oh stature.  Is  necessary therefore, the out and training of the judge candidates  (**Ranw further.)  in principle to align, to which the following  guidelines are to serve. 

 § 86 authorization for training judge candidates

 **(1) each member association of the **cJhgv with exception  of the national hunt federations and the extraordinary members is  justified to appoint and train as federation judges judge candidates.   

 **(2) each federation association, which trains judge candidates,  orders an experienced federation judge as a specialist for the judge  oh stature.  This directs and supervises the training of the judge  candidates and leads a judge candidate list. 

 **(3) a judge candidate is cared for during his entire training by the  federation association, which appointed him.  Only with change of  residence etc. the commitment is possible to another association. 

 § 87 permission criteria

 **(1) the judge candidate can be appointed, who

 A) member of a federation association and

 b) is tenancy of a hunting groundable,

 CC) a trained hunting dog on one breed and customs  examination each with success led and

 CD) subscriber of the federation organ " the hunt customs dog  " is. 

 **(2) the federation association concerned may appoint only  judge candidates, who are prospective able, a essentially correct and  objective judgement without reputation of the person to fall and  justify.  Judge candidates must be active hunters with dog. 

   **(3) the appointment as the judge candidate must have taken place at  the latest 4 years after last successful leading on **einr customs dog  examination. 

 § 88 appointment and registration of judge candidates 

 **(1) if managing conditions for permission are fulfilled,  then the **cVdw can issue a judge candidate document of  identification.  The judge candidate document of identification is  sent together with the registration request of the office of the  **cJghv. 

 **(2) the judge candidate document of identification becomes only  valid by the registration of the office. 

 **(3) the judge candidate document of identification is sent back to  the registration with statute and orders of the **cJghv the **cVdw,  the document of identification and documents to the judge candidate  hands over. 

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 § 89 training

 **(1) the judge candidate must be in the possession of the  valid test orders. 

 **(2) it is obligated to refer the federation organ " the  hunt customs dog " and to gain its contents. 

 **(3) the judge candidate must practice on all examinations, which he  is to arrange later, ever twice under different in each case  **Obleuten.  On at least ever one of these examinations is to be  practiced with another association or another regional committee.  This can be coordinated by the specialist.  During the registration a  copy of the candidate document of identification is to be submitted. 

 **(4) to the judge candidate examination a judge book is to be handed  out with each.  All judge books are to be kept up to the appointment.   

 **(5) at the time of execution of examinations with groups of  specialized judges the candidate is to be divided in such a way that  he can accompany at least 2 dogs during the entire test process. 

 **(6) as soon as a processing step is final, the judge candidate must  speak after request by the judge chairman of the group of judges as  the first its observations, a judgement over the work fall and  justify. 

 **(7) over each examination a judge candidate report is to be provided  and be sent with the judge candidate document of identification to the  judge chairman within one week. 

 **(8) the confirmation on the judge candidate document of  identification by the judge chairman may take place only after  collecting main of the judge candidate report.  During late entrance  of the report without previous arrangement the confirmation of the  examination can be refused.  The confirmation of the examination on a  not registered judge candidate document of identification is  forbidden. 

 **(9) the judge chairman examines the report and delivers on the form  its statement.  Afterwards report and statement are sent to the  specialist of the association, the judge candidate document of  identification to the judge candidate. 

 **(10) the judge candidate must **teinehmen at at least two  advanced training seminars and let itself the participation on the  judge candidate document of identification be confirmed. 

 **(11) the **cVdw can make further editions, e.g. practicing on  further examinations etc. for the judge candidate. 

 **(12) the request for appointment as the federation judge must be  posed at the latest four years after registration.  On exceptions  which can be requested before the presidency of the **cJghv decides  finally. 

 § 90 appointment of federation judges

 The federation judges are appointed by the presidency of the  **cJghv on suggestion of the **cVdw and are authorized to function on  the examinations of the **cVdw as judges.  In principle each  federation judge must be member the federation of attached  association. 

 **(1) after final training of the judge candidate the **cVdw  places the request for appointment as the federation judge with the  office of the **cJghv. 

 **(2) to the request to attach are

 A) the judge candidate document of identification and 

 b) the candidate reports and the evaluation by the **Richterobleute. 

 **(3) requests for appointment as the federation judge itself  in each case to the 1.  6. and/or to the 1.  12. to submit with the  office of the **cJghv. 

 **(4) over the requests the presidency of the **cJghv decides  after own discretion. 

 **(5) all again appointed federation judges are published in  the federation organ " the hunt customs dog " and taken up to the  judge list of the **cJghv. 

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 § 91 course of law

 **(1) with verweigerung of the filing of an application by  the issuing association the judge candidate can turn to the  presidency, which decides after hearing of the parties (possibly also  after written statements). 

 **(2) if the presidency rejects an appointment, the appointment is  possible with the **DisziplinarausSchuss.  This is to be inserted  within four weeks after publication of the decision (postmark) with  the office. 

 § 92 federation welding judges

 **(1) on a federation welding examination (**VSwP) only  federation welding judges may be used.  These are marked in the judge  list by the additive **Sw. 

 **(2) conditions for the appointment: 

 A) federation judge

 b) successful lead a dog on a **VSwP, even trained

 CC) twice practicing on a **VSwP including preparation of the  examination concerned

 CD) production of a judge candidate report within one week.  The  report is to be sent to the judge chairman, who delivers its criticism  (form) and whom report passes on to the **cVdw. 

 **(3) the **cVdw requests to attach the appointment as the  federation welding judge informally with the office of the **cJghv. is  the judge candidate reports with the statements of the **Obleute as  well as data concerning successfully the **VSwP completed (name, race  and ZB No. of the dog, place and date of the examination). 

 **(4) between last successful leading on **VSwP and the request for  appointment as the federation welding judge at the most four years may  lie. 

 § 93 federation judges

 **(1) the obligations of a federation judge result from his  special position.  In particular of it an exact attention of the test  orders as well as an exemplary behavior are expected as hunters and  dog leaders.  Federation judges must be member of a federation  association and a hunting license owner. 

 **(2) if one of these conditions is no longer fulfilled, the judge  characteristic rests and expires at expiration of three years.  Resting the judge characteristic is to be published in the federation  organ, likewise the rereviving. 

 **(3) expiring the federation judge characteristic takes  place: 

 A) by renouncement

 b) by the deprivation

 by the **DisziplinarausSchuss with rough offences against the  obligations of a federation judge.  Against the resolution can 

 within four weeks after feed objection with the federation  court to be inserted, which decides finally.  In individual cases Dis  **ziplinarausSchuss on justified request of the member association the  federation judge characteristic can give possibly with editions again.  The resolution is not contestable. 

 CC rested) if the judge characteristic three years. 

 **(4) the federation judge characteristic rests, as long as  the federation judge does not belong to a federation association as a  member or the hunting license is validly extracted from it. 

   **(5) in less heavy cases of an offence against the obligations of a  federation judge the **DisziplinarausSchuss on limited exclusion can  recognize as judges associations attached of all test meetings of the  federation and it.  Against the resolution objection can be inserted  with the federation court within four weeks after feed, which decides  finally. 

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 **(6) with the suspicion on hunting license withdrawal the  concerning is opposite the office proof requiring that it has a valid  hunting license.  If it does not follow this obligation, is assumed  the hunting license was extracted. 

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