Excessive Handler Usage Fee

Effective April 1st, 2007 an excessive handler usage fee has been put into effect for users who use more than four handlers in a show. The fee is $5 + [amount of entries]. For a better description, see below…

Fee Structure

5 Handlers - $10
6 Handlers - $21 ($10 + $11)
7 Handlers - $33 ($10 + $11 + $12)
10 Handlers - $75 ($10 + $11 + $12 + $13 + $14 + $15)
20 Handlers - $280

The fee is applied per user, per breed, per show.  Dogs shown in different breeds do not count toward the handler count.


Last Updated: 4/5/2007 4:27:57 PM

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