Hall of Fame

The Akita Performance Hall of Fame to be administrated by the ACA Performance Committee. Qualifying dogs who are owned by an ACA member will be issued a certificate. All legacy certificates for previous members will be issued by request. Current members will automatically receive their certificates. All qualifying dogs will be listed on the ACA website under the performance section with registered name, call name, owner, and breeder. There will be a notation that ACA members may request a certificate.

AKC and ACA titles on names only.  Titling would be AKC or AKC-recognized titling only.

All AKC Registered Akitas will be eligible. PAL or ILP Akitas may apply for inclusion by supplying verification of purebred status via Wisdom Panel Purebred DNA certification test.

The qualifications would be as follows:

Obedience

Utility (UD) or higher

Rally Obedience

Advanced Excellent (RAE)

Agility

Agility Master (MXP, MX, MFP, MXF, MJP, or MXJ) or higher

Therapy

Therapy Distinguished (THDD)

Barn Hunt

Barn Hunt Champion (RATCH)

Dock Diving

Elite (DE or AE) or higher

Nose Work

2019 ACA Hall Of Fame recipients

Conformation (GCHP)  MBIS/MBISS GCHP2 Mojo’s Continuation Of A Myth ROMX CGC TT TKN, “Nik,” Stacey Borrmann

GCHP CH Sherob Stardust It Had To Be You, “Frank,” Sherry Wallis, Teresa & Rick Witte

Rally (RM) Rally Master  AKC GCH, CKC/UKC CH RO3 Ursa Major’s Field of Dreams CD BN RM RAE NFP RATO CGCA, “Wrigley,” Tom Knoebel

(THDD) Therapy Dog Distinguished  GCH CH Countryside's Rumors Royal Star Kayden RN TT THDD CGCA CGCU TKA, “Kayden,” Elea Warf

Conformation (GCHP2)  GCHP2 CH Cr Wicca's Trade Secret, “Trader,” Tom & Ann Bavaria

MBIS/BISS GCHP CH Stardust’s See You At The Show RN, “Nick,” Teresa & Rick Witte, Patricia Rogers & Robert Rogers

2018 ACA Hall Of Fame recipients

2017 ACA Hall Of Fame recipients

haylie

Haylie

ACA Hall of Fame Haylie's Comet TT THDD CGCA CGCU TKN
Owner: Elea Warf

Haylie gift was her ability to love people and do therapy work.  Haylie LOVED people and attention.  She actually ended up having around 500+ therapy visits but we stopped counting once we made it to 400.   Haylie would walk in a facility and prance most times, and whooing to let everyone know she was there and ready to start passing out nose touches.  She loved to touch her nose to a hand to let the patient know i'm here, i'm ready to be pet.   Sometimes if a patient feel asleep while petting she would also touch their hand with her nose to wake them up.   Her patients got a kick out of that and would chuckle and apologize to her "i'm sorry haylie did i fall asleep while petting you?"  Haylie just had a special way about her she touched a lot of lives.  Sometimes we would get a room full of people, She would walk around the room and stop at each person to get pet and then move to the next.  After that she would work her way back around and then start going to certain people who she felt needed her more.  Honored haylie is in the Hall of Fame for her therapy work.. she was really good at it!