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2017 Championships => General Championships Discussion => Topic started by: mactedsteelerik on July 21, 2017, 06:27:00 PM

Title: Actual Jumping Height?
Post by: mactedsteelerik on July 21, 2017, 06:27:00 PM
On the Champs entry form does the "actual jumping height" mean the height your dog will jump after all the adjustments have been made for vet, skilled, etc.? Or, are you supposed to put the height your dog regularly measures into before any of the adjustments have been taken. My dog is an 8" dog measuring about 10.25". But, he is now almost 11 yrs. old and is a veteran/skilled dog and actually jumps at 4". So, do I fill in 8" or 4" in that drop down menu? Sorry, just confused.
Title: Re: Actual Jumping Height?
Post by: Chris Nelson on July 21, 2017, 07:07:13 PM
4 :)

We do some calculations on our end by looking at your trial results to assume what height you're going to be entering.  But it never hurts to have a little verification as well.