TITLES

Please make sure to read ALL the rules and title guidelines before submitting a title. Titles will be reviewed once the submission form and payment is received. Applicants will receive an email within a month concerning the status of their submitted titles.  Expert and Championship titles may take longer to review due to the complexity of these titles. No refunds will be given for title submissions that do not meet our criteria, but you are welcome to resubmit for titles as many times as necessary (payment will be required each time). Certificates are e-mailed out quarterly.

Teams may start with either Training Level Title, or Novice Title. Once the Novice title is completed, the team is eligible to complete their Intermediate title, their Championship title or Specialty Titles! Be sure to check our our Championship title, it is very different from most titles, and does not have to be done after the Expert Level.

Training Level

This is an optional title level that is a great place to start for dogs and handlers who are young, new to dog sports, or wanting to build a good foundation. It is the only title level for dogs under 18 months old.

Novice Level
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The Novice title is the prerequisite title for all of the other title levels. It is open to any dog over the age of 18 months.

Intermediate

Once dogs earn a Novice title, they are eligible for the Intermediate level. This is a technically challenging title that requires a dog to demonstrate superior control and body awareness.

Specialty

These titles are designed to grow your parkour eye and help you and your dog to explore the depths of a single movement. All obstacles must be found outside naturally in the environment.

Championship
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A unique championship title, open to any dog who has earned a Novice title. It is designed to uphold the spirit of parkour which means it emphasizes your journey and growth through parkour.

Expert
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Only open to dogs who have earned an Intermediate title, this is a title that will really push both dog and handler to develop their parkour, both physically and mentally.

Brenda Wolski