Maine barn
Test done, we all settled in at the Molt’s for lobsters, clams, corn, potatoes, pumpkin cake and everyone’s favorite beverage, which was probably not iced tea.


Dates: Training Day 23 September 2022
Test Day 24 September 2022

Test Entries close: 01 August 2022 (late fee $10) but we would really appreciate if you sent it as soon as possible.

Do you anticipate testing a dog?  please note the following:

Dogs are eligible for the Natural Ability Test from the age of 6 months up until and including the day they reach 16 months of age. Dogs over age may be entered for evaluation only. Dogs are eligible for the Intermediate Hunting Dog Test from 12 to 36 months of age. Dogs over 18 months of age are eligible for the Utility Field Test. Versatile hunting dogs other than Cesky Fouseks are eligible and welcome for all tests.

Download Test Flyer

Request Entry form and payment form from the test chair.

Test Rule Booklets can be downloaded from the Progeny Testing  Page.

Note: Also  send a copy of your dog’s up-to-date Rabies and Parvo DHP/L vaccinations and a copy of your dog’s Official Pedigree front and back.

Entries close:  01 September 2021  Late fee +$10

Test                              FEE        

NAT                           $80
IHDT                       $120
UFT                         $120

NAT – 6 months up to 16 months old
IHDT – 12 to 36 months old. UFT– Dogs over 18 months old
Test Rules Booklet and Entry Forms are available upon request
Make checks for test entries payable to: CFNA Northeast Chapter
Send Completed entry forms to:
Field Test Chairs – Scott Craig & Laurie Connell
85 Rabbit Hill Road
Winterport, Maine, 04496

If there are puppies too young to test, we will give them an opportunity to chase a game bird. Cost will depend on the birds used.
This is a fun and educational weekend for all dogs and their owners.

Plan now to attend the event.


Please- Remember that cars kill dogs.  Keep your dog on a leash at all times.  Do not rely on a well-trained dog.

Please note that the CFNA and Northeast Club are not responsible for injuries to persons or dogs at the test site.  Field and water conditions may contain fences, rocks, stumps, holes, or hidden objects that could cause injury.