HALL OF FAME FOR DOGS
To be eligible, the dog must be dead. Date of death must be within the past
15 years. Nominees should be animals that knowledgeable breeders would
look for in pedigrees when establishing or improving breeding programs.
They should epitomize the dual ideal and during their lifetimes
have achieved National recognition from Brittany fanciers for their show and trial (field and
obedience) ability through successful competition on a multi-regional or
National level, and/or that produced a high average of progeny from different
dams or sires who were generally acknowledged as being of extra merit.
HALL OF FAME FOR DISTINGUISHED MEMBERS
In 1993 the Board of Directors voted a Hall of Fame for Distinguished Members, honoring those who have given exceptional service to the club. The original honorees were inducted in 1994.
The following is a list of the qualifications for nomination to the Hall of Fame for Distinguished Members:
1. The individual should be involved in the ABC for more than a few years, 15 years is suggested.
2. Their contribution to the club and sport has been outstanding.
3. The individual has contributed to the National Club in many ways: member, club officer, judge, breeder,
4. The individual may be living or deceased.
5. The Brittany club and the Brittany has benefited because of that person's involvement.
Life Membership may be conferred upon any person who has rendered notable service to the Breed of Brittanys
or The American Brittany Club, by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the members present at an Annual Meeting of the
General Membership, acting on a petition signed by at least fifty (50) Active Members. Life Membership
provides full privileges of membership in the Parent Club, but does not carry with it obligation of duties or dues.
Those persons, upon whom Honorary Memberships have been conferred pursuant to By-Laws provisions
previously in effect, shall be Life Members.