At the annual Nordic Championships handlers and dogs compete for the coveted title of Nordic Obedience Champion. Here you can find past winners and read important NKU decisions about the sport.
The competition began in 1994 and since then Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden take turns hosting the competition.
The Obedience Committee is the responsible part in the organisation for all NKU matters regarding obedience. Read more about the Obedience Committee.
Important NKU decisions regarding Obedience
|2-1994, item 5
|Each country has six participants at the Nordic Championship Competition, but in the team competition the five best results count.
|1-2006, item 13
|A dog that wins a first prize at the Nordic Championship in Obedience in another Nordic country receives that country’s obedience champion title if the dog is a national obedience champion.
|1-2014, item 4
|The NKU decided that Nordic Championship in Obedience can be organized at another place and time than the Nordic Winner Show.
|2-2000, item 34
|Sweden won the prize “Silverapporten” for good.
|2-2002, item 19
|Sweden has bought a new challenge trophy for the Nordic Championship Competition.