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Congrats to you Brian and Deejay! What a great weekend for you:)
 

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Both, already had two UD legs before this weekend.
I'm not that familiar with canadian rules, but I don't think you can get an OTCH that quickly. Here you have to have won: 1. 100 points
2. A first place in Utility B with at least three dogs in competition
3. A first place in Open B with at least six dogs in competition
4. An additional first place under the conditions of 2 or 3 above
5. All three first places under three different judges
And all this is accumulated after getting your UD.

Getting your OTCH is a huge deal and I want to congratulate you appropriately if you actually got one.
 

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You are right. I looked it up and a Canadian UD is the same as their OTCH. An OTCH is not the big deal up there as it is here.

Congrats on your UD. It's still not easy to get.
Thanks, he is a Canadian Obedience Trial Champion.

We go to Master & Grand Master here in Canada.
Also we don't have Utility A or B here either as the AKC does just one Utility class.
So someone coming from An Open A title here is in the ring with dogs with OTCH & MOTCH working to-wards GMOTCH.
Our Utility trials typically have from 17-22 entered.
In the last trial on Sunday one dog got it's GMOTCH.
 
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