Czech Champion.

Czech Veteran Championship.

- original pedigree or a copy thereof and original of the show results appendix
- originals of 3 critiques confirming the qualification "excellent 1" in veteran class, at least once at an international show
- the required qualification must have been awarded by at least two different judges
- the required qualification must have been awarded at a show in the Czech Republic from 2005

Czech Junior Championship.

- original pedigree or a copy thereof and original of the show results appendix
- original of the cards certifying obtaining the CAJC (and CAC, if applicable)
- the CAJC (CAC) must have been awarded by at least two different judges
- 3x CAJC or 2x CAJC and 1x CAC (obtained before reaching the age of 24 months)
- the CAC once used for obtaining Czech Junior Championship cannot be used for obtaining Czech Championship
 

Czech Championship.

- original pedigree or a copy thereof and original of the show results appendix
- original of the cards certifying obtaining the CAC
- 4x CAC (at least two obtained at an international show or at the show organized by the breeders club)
- the CAC must have been awarded by at least two different judges
- the CAC must have been obtained in at least two show seasons (years)

The title Res. CAC proven by the written critique and the Res. CAC card can be used for Czech Champion title as CAC in case the dog/bitch having obtained the title CAC and the show had already have got confirmed title Czech Champion at the time of awarding of the Res. CAC. In practice, the owner of the dog/bitch, which claims the awarding of the title Czech Champion and discloses the title Res. CAC, is obliged to inform the ČMKU secretariat which specimen has obtained the CAC title (name and kennel, pedigree number, catalogue number) and disclose a copy of the written critique of the winner.