NAVHDA TESTS

TEST DATES & TEST INFO

ALL TESTING AT THE KM CHAPTER IS DONE FOR 2017 – SEE YOU NEXT YEAR FOR TESTS!

JUNE 10-11 – Contact: Scott Semrad – 414-614-9810

JULY 15-16 – Contact: Mike Corbett – 920-419-0543

AUGUST 19-20 – Contact: Dave Anderson – 920-360-1040

Judge Coordination & Contact for all tests: Chris Mokler – 920-279-6104

We encourage every versatile gun dog to be NAVHDA tested, as the test tells you where your dog’s abilities are at and serves as the foundation for improving our versatile breeds.  The tests are qualitative evaluations to proven performance standards in simulated hunting conditions.  We welcome any/all NAVHDA members to join us in the tests that we host.  We are sure you will have a pleasant experience.

Natural Ability (NA) testing evaluates the dog’s natural abilities before 16 months of age.  Which gives you a vision of what your versatile gun dog can be tomorrow.

Prepatory (UPT) testing provides an intermediate test which evaluates the dog’s progression towards a finished utility gun dog.

Utility (UT) testing evaluates a dog’s finished hunting skills and abilities.  At the time of the test, it tells you how good your dog is at hunting, pointing and retrieving game.

Invitational testing, the flag ship of NAVHDA, calls for a supreme versatile performance to become recognized as a Versatile Champion.

CLICK HERE FOR TEST ENTRY FORM

Natural Ability – $100 USD Members – $125 Non-KM members
Utility Prep – $125 USD Members – $150 Non-KM members
Utility – $125 USD Members – $150 Non-KM members

Mail Entries to appropriate Test Director:    (E-mail & Phone above for questions)
June 10-11 – Scott Semrad, 12215 33rd Court, Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158
July 15-16 – Mike Corbett, 501 E. Wayfarer Lane, Appleton, WI 54913
August 19-20 – Dave Anderson, 1855 Cottonwood Court, DePere, WI 54115

WISCONSIN DNR DOG TRAINING AREA – Often used for Tests
Please note that some field work testing is held at the Kettle Moraine State Forest Dog Training area that we call “COUNTY U” and water work (Duck Search) is held at a dog training water area that we call “DUNDEE”. See map below for locations.