Best of Breed Showcase Eligibility

Dogs are eligible to compete in both the Invitational and Best of Breed Showcase.

The Invitational is only open to those teams placing in the Top 10 in each class of competition in the 2019 and 2020 season. The Best of Breed Showcase is open to dogs who won Best of Breed for 2019 or 2020 in a class but did not receive an invite in that same class.

Let’s look at some examples…

Spot the Dalmatian received an invite in TL-III and UL-II. He was also the Best of Breed Dalmatian in SD-I but did not receive an invite. Spot is eligible to enter TL-III and UL-II at the Invitational and to enter SD-I at the Best of Breed Showcase.

Simone the Mixed Breed received an invite in LI-II. She also was the Best of Breed Mixed Breed in UL-II, TL-I and SD-III. Simone is eligible to enter LI-II at the invitational and to enter UL-II, TL-I and SD-III at the Best of Breed Showcase.

Tango the Patterdale received an invite for TL-MCH and UL-MCH. Tango won Best of Breed Patterdale in TL-MCH and UL-MCH. Tango is eligible to compete in TL-MCH and UL-MCH in the Invitational. Tango did not win Best of Breed in any class where he did not receive an invite to the Invitational. Tango is not eligible to compete in the Best of Breed Showcase.

Francis the Working Kelpie did not receive an invite to the Invitational. She won Best of Breed Working Kelpie in LI-II and SD-MCH. Francis is not eligible to enter the Invitational. Francis is eligible to enter LI-II and SD-MCH at the Best of Breed Showcase.

For event information or to check your eligibility, visit http://nasda.dog/nasda-invitational/

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  1. Hi Liz, I can’t remember if MooMoo has been BOB at any of the NASDA trials. Is there a way to figure it out? Thanks Claudia Hathaway. richex46@yahoo.com

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