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Companion Dog Title

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Companion Dog (CD) refers to a title offered by the American Kennel Club for dog obedience. Other kennel clubs also offer similar CD titles. To earn an AKC CD title, a dog must receive a qualifying score in the Novice obedience class at three separate, AKC-licensed obedience trials, and by three different judges.

Dogs that receive three qualifying scores competing in the more challenging Open class at three different obedience trials, and by three different judges, can be awarded the AKC Companion Dog Excellent (CDX) title.

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