The British Chihuahua Club Judges List
The Club maintains a list of approved persons qualified to judge Long and Smoothcoat Chihuahuas at various levels, which is reissued annually at the time of our Annual General Meeting, usually held in March each year. For a description of the criteria for being eligible for inclusion on each section of the list, see below.
Interested Societies and Associations wishing to obtain a copy of our Judges List to select Judges for Chihuahua classes should apply to the below address, kindly enclosing an A4 stamped addressed envelope. Alternatively a copy in printable PDF format can be downloaded by clicking this link.
New applicants welcome
The British Chihuahua Club welcomes applications from experienced or aspirant judges wishing to be considered for inclusion on one of our lists. To apply, please write to the Secretary at the above address, clearly indicating for which list and coat(s) you wish to be considered and providing a CV demonstrating your compliance with the requirements as shown below. Applications will be added to the list if approved by the committee at their next meeting.
Criteria for Inclusion
on Judges List
text in red indicates requirement is Kennel Club policy
This list includes judges who, having been approved by the Kennel Club to do so, have awarded Challenge Certificates in Long or Smoothcoat Chihuahuas, and have the support of the British Chihuahua Club.
This list would include judges who have met the requirements of the Kennel Club to award CCs in Long or Smoothcoat Chihuahuas, but have not yet done so, and who have the support of the British Chihuahua Club.
This list includes experienced judges who would have the support of the British Chihuahua Club to award CCs but have not yet been approved by the Kennel Club to do so.
To be considered for inclusion on this list you should:
This list includes judges who have the support of the British Chihuahua Club to judge Long or Smoothcoat Chihuahuas at Open Shows, or at Championship Shows with no CC for the breed.
To be considered for inclusion you should:
This list includes aspirant judges looking for their first appointment, and those without sufficient judging experience to qualify for the B list.
To be considered, you should have shown an interest in the breed and have had a minimum of two years' experience of owning and exhibiting in this breed, or for non-specialists, a minimum of three years' experience of owning and exhibiting in any breed.