Which Title Will you earn?
With over 80,000 titles awarded in over 60 countries 🌐, Do More With Your Dog! is the largest trick and fitness titling organization in the world.
Quick Overview of Titles
There is a long history of horses and dogs being judged and recognized on structure and performance. Initially, purebred dogs competed in conformation contests with the ones possessing the very best body structure being awarded titles such as a Champion title. Titles expanded to become awarded for performance sports such as hunting, and then later for sports such as agility, obedience, herding, flying disc, dancing, tricks, and more.
What is a Title?
Titles are displayed as suffixes appended to your dog’s formal name. For example, a dog may have the formal name of “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner” and the call name “Winnie”. When the dog achieves his Novice Trick Dog title, the suffix of NTD is appended to his formal name. Champion titles appear as a prefix to his name. A dog may rack up a whole series of prefixes and suffixes on his name.
Prefix and Suffix
Below are descriptions of the different titles you can achieve, and helpful links to get you started. (Most people start with the Novice Trick Dog title.)
Get your First Title!
We are worldwide; Purebred, Mixed Breed (and other species!)
Canadian Kennel Club (CKC)
Submit the PDF certificate you receive from us to CKC along with their fee. CKC recognizes our standard titles (NTD, ITD, ATD, ETD), Masters titles (NTD-M, ITD-M, ATD-M, ETD-M), Champion (TDCH), Grand Champion (TDGCH), and Register of Merit (TD-ROM) titles.
American Kennel Club (AKC)
Titles through Jan. 2022: NTD > TKN, ITD>TKI, ATD>TKA, ETD>TKP, TDCH>TKP.
Association of Working Shetland Sheepdogs (AWSS)
🇩🇪DMWYD titles accepted by Germany’s Australian Shepherd Club and by Germany’s Miniature American Shepherd Club.