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Old 24-07-2008, 20:11   #61
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waooooooooo. I saw the results SVP1 the month of April! 2:03 for the winner ! Very great. I'm sorry, I'll ask a stupid question ... The dogs run or walk fast (to trot ?) ? Do they alternate running and trot ?. Thank you.
Hi Pivoine,

The dogs can run or trot as they like, but for 40km or more running is very hard, when wolfdogs trot they are very energy efficient and can trot for long distances(SVP3 = 100km)

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Old 24-07-2008, 20:16   #62
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Hi Rolf,
Thanks for your answer.
I do bike with my dog and he do only trot, sometime he run. So I understand it's good to alternate on long distance.
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Hello, does anyone can help me and say how to register WD for running exam for 40 km in Slovakia this year 04/10/2008 thanks
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Hi, you need to send info about your dog and your contacts (in case something changes) to [email protected]. But don't expect answer from Livia this week as she is quite busy. You can download appplication form here: http://www.csv.sk/docs/ssvp.doc The payment is on site.

You will need to bring your dog's pedigree (or a copy) and PET PASSPORT.

For more detailed info in german contact Livia, in english me ([email protected]).
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Old 11-09-2008, 16:47   #65
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If you make SVP1 exam in Slovakia you can request an official international working certificate from SKJ by paying 5 EUR.
Is it possible to make this request without being member of the Slovakian club ? and for who should the request be send ?

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Old 11-09-2008, 16:51   #66
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Hi, you need to send info about your dog and your contacts (in case something changes) to [email protected]. But don't expect answer from Livia this week as she is quite busy. You can download appplication form here: http://www.csv.sk/docs/ssvp.doc The payment is on site.

You will need to bring your dog's pedigree (or a copy) and PET PASSPORT.

For more detailed info in german contact Livia, in english me ([email protected]).
Where to send the application and the payment for SVP1 ?

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Yes, you don't need to be a member, only prices for nonmembers are higher (but still nothing compared to travel expenses for some, I think).

Payment is not in advance, when you come, you pay. Send all the info to [email protected], that's all. All that's important in the appliction form is also in english and german, so that you know what you need to fill in.
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Yes, you don't need to be a member, only prices for nonmembers are higher (but still nothing compared to travel expenses for some, I think).

Payment is not in advance, when you come, you pay. Send all the info to [email protected], that's all. All that's important in the appliction form is also in english and german, so that you know what you need to fill in.
Thanks a lot for info Saschia

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