I. TITLE OF FCI INTERNATIONAL BEAUTY CHAMPION (C.I.B.) FOR BREEDS SUBJECT AND NOT SUBJECT TO A WORKING TEST ACCORDING TO THE FCI BREEDS NOMENCLATURE
I.1. Breeds NOT subject to a working test according to the FCI Breeds Nomenclature To be eligible for the title of C.I.B., these dogs have to meet the following requirements:
a) have earned, in 3 different countries, under 3 different judges, 4 CACIB (Certificat d'Aptitude au Championnat International de Beauté) no matter the number of competing 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 , 2011 to January 1st , 2012.
For a) and b), exceptions can be granted to the national canine organisations provided that they are approved by the FCI General Committee.
Any C.I.B. title application for the breeds not subject to a working test must be filed by the national canine organisation of the country where the owner has his/her legal residence.