does it mean? Guide to titles:
||AKC = American Kennel Club
||Junior Hunter - must attempt to hunt, must point.
Entry level title.
||Senior Hunter - steady to wing, must back (honor
bracemate), retrieve, and stop to flush for 4 tests.
||Master Hunter - the completely, 100% finished dog,
a dog that any hunter would be proud to own, "dead broke", must
retrieve to hand, honor on sight, stop to flush without command, all with
very minimal handling for 5 tests. A very, very difficult title. (About 1
Pointer a year passes.)
||Show Champion - must defeat dogs in your own
breed, earning 15 points based on how closely your dog adheres to the
breed standard. Not as hard in Pointers as highly popular breeds.
||Companion dog - beginning obedience title. Must
heel, sit, stay, come, etc.
||Tracking Dog - must track a 440-500 yard track
with 3 to 5 turns laid by a person; track up to 2 hours old.
||Dual Champion - field AND show championships
earned. There have only been 8 in breed history.
||Field Champion - must earn 10 field points by
defeating other dogs. Dogs must outrun, outhunt, and outpoint the
competition without making errors. Must have at least one 3-point major
earned by defeating a minimum of 13 other dogs. ONLY first place earns
points. AFC (Amateur Field Ch.) is about the same but completed by an
||Titles earned by defeating other dogs go in front
of a dog's name. Titles earned by passing tests, no matter how difficult,
go after the dog's name.