Cyprus Champion of Beauty
In order for a dog to be able to acquire the title (Champion of Cyprus) must compete and get awarded, three C.A.C in Cyprus in three dog shows under three different judges.
For those breeds subject to a working trial, an official test specific to its breed is required.
International Champion of Beauty
A. In order for a dog to be able to acquire the title International Champion of Beauty compete and must get awarded four C.A.C.I.B in dog shows under four different judges while the time period of the first award from the last, must not be less than 366 days.
B. Breeds subject to working trials. To be eligible for the title International Beauty Champion, these dogs must have obtained:
a) under two different judges, two certificats d'aptitude au Championnat International de Beauté (CACIB), no matter the number of dogs;
b) between the first and last CACIB, a minimum period of one year and one day must have elapsed. This period is to be understood as follows: for example, from January 1st, 1996 to January 1st, 1997.
In addition to a) and b), the hunting dog must have passed a hunting test/trial specific to its breed in which the Certificat d'Aptitude au Championnat National de Travail (CACT) is competed for. The date of the test/trial is not taken into account etc.
Cyprus Junior Champion of Beauty
In order for a dog to be able to acquire the title (Junior Champion of Cyprus) the dog/bitch must compete in junior class (9 – 18 months) With the assessment excellent first, in three dogs shows (at least the C.A.C. level)
The title Aphrodite Winner will be awarded to the best male and female over 15 months old (intermediate, open, champion, working, veteran) plus additionally five points for the grading of the year.
Aphrodite Junior Winner
The title Aphrodite Junior Winner will be awarded to dogs (best male and female) in the junior class 9 – 18 months plus four points for the grading
of the year.
Multi Champion of Cyprus
In order for a dog to be able to acquire the title (Multi Champion of Cyprus) must compete and must get awarded, five C.A.C. in Cyprus in five dog shows under five different judges. (To be already a Cyprus Champion it is a requirement)
Grand Champion of Cyprus
In order for a dog to be able to acquire the title (Grand Champion of Cyprus) must compete and must get awarded, eight C.A.C. in Cyprus in eight shows under eight different judges.(To be already a Cyprus Champion it is a requirement)
Aphrodite Winner Show is a Crufts qualifying show
For foreign entries:
A Champion dog (from another Country) can get the "Cyprus Champion title" if, entered and participated in the Champion Class and awarded with a C.A.C.