All competitors pre-registering for an event online will be required to have an Canine Watersports Dog Number if they want to compete or receive a Canine Watersports Canada Title.
All pre-registrations event fees MUST be paid in full online if you wish to secure your spot. Payments must be made via e-transfer or PayPal within 24 hours of registering or your preregistration will be deleted.
PLEASE NOTE that if you register and do not show up there will be a $25 NO SHOW FEE added to your registration at the next CWC event you participate in.
Pre-registration shall close on a pre-determined date or on fulfillment of 35 dogs per Jump, 35 dogs per Toss, 6 dogs per Rookie Grab, 6 dogs per Pro Grab and 35 dogs per Lure, after which registration will only be accepted onsite on a first come first serve basis.
Pre-registration confirmation shall be made via email. It is the responsibility of the handler to provide a valid email address with their registration. No other means of confirmation shall be made or accepted on site.
All pre-registered teams must check-in onsite at the event at least 60 minutes prior to the discipline they are competing in to sign the waiver and get a wristband before being allowed access to the dock.
On-Site Registration (when time permits)
All competitors registering onsite at an event will be required to have an Canine Watersports Dog Number if they want to compete or receive a Canine Watersports Canada Title.
Fill out the Registration Form in its entirety.
Sign the Waiver Form and get a wristband.
If a competitor does not complete the required fields on the registration form, that dog's results may not be included in the official results of that event.
It is the Handlers responsibility to supply the required information to Canine Watersports Canada in order to allow the event results to be included in the official results.
Check in for each Jump, Toss, Grab or Lure shall close twenty (20) minutes before EACH discipline begins, even if you have registered. If you fail to check in you will NOT be included in the running order. Additions will NOT be made once the competition has started.
All competitors and participants must sign an Canine Watersports Canada waiver before getting on the dock & obtain a wristband.
Youth Handlers who would like to participate must have a parent sign a Youth Waiver and the parent or guardian must remain on-site while the youth participates.
Under NO circumstances is a Youth permitted to go in the pool during competition or practice.
Dogs must be crated or controlled by a leash that is four(4) feet or shorter in length. Dogs must remain in the competition or kenneling area, unless pre-approved by Canine Watersports Canada staff for media and/or promotions or other special circumstances.
Handlers must verify and notify Canine Watersports Canada that their dogs are known biters and if their dog is aggressive or has “space issues.”