National Shiba Club of America


2020 NSCA Shiba Inu Running Clean (Based on Jan to Dec 2019):

  • MACH2 Copperdots Yoshio — Owner: Peter Chuck & Yasuko Fukuda, Breeder: Diana Smiley

2019 NSCA Shiba Inu Running Clean (Based on Jan to Dec 2018):

  • MACH4 Shelby Rizzi MXG MJC XF T2B — Joni Rizzi

2018 NSCA Shiba Inu Running Clean (Based on Jan to Dec 2017):

  • MACH3 Kiko Princess Sheeba BN RAE MXB2 MJS2 XF T2B3 — Amy A Ripepi & Garry Grasinski

2017 NSCA Shiba Inu Running Clean (Based on Jan to Dec 2016):

  • PACH3 Mojito RN MX MSJ MSP10 MSPC MJP12 MJPC PAX3 OF MFPB TQXP T2B T2BP6 CA CGC — Liz Dzubay & Mary Holt

2016 NSCA Shiba Inu Running Clean (Based on Jan to Dec 2015):

  • MACH9 Kado VI CD RN MXS3 MJS3 MXF TQX T2B — Julie Jones

NSCA Shiba Inu Running Clean

The NSCA Shiba Inu Running Clean award is designed to recognize the Shiba Inu with the most clean runs in agility during the preceding calendar year (evidenced by score of 100 in standard, jumpers and premier courses, and by a qualifying score in Time 2 Beat and/or FAST). The clean runs are accumulative through the various agility levels (novice, open, excellent, master). The award will be presented at the annual Awards Banquet at the NSCA National Specialty.

The award will be a certificate stating, “20__ Shiba Inu Running Clean,” dog's name, owner’s name (as shown on AKC registration), breeder’s name, National Shiba Club of America. A picture of the Shiba Inu recipient and owner/handler will be printed in the Shiba E-News and posted on the NSCA Awards webpage.

Deadline to apply is postmark by June 1 of each calendar year (extended to June 15 for 2019 only). Application form may be obtained on the NSCA Awards webpage or through the Awards Committee Chairperson. All application materials may be submitted electronically or hard copy. Provide copies of official documentation with the application form to verify authenticity (i.e. results page confirming a score of 100 with no time faults). An incomplete application (including verification documentation) will not be processed.


    1. Provide official documentation of agility runs (should include a score of 100 with no time faults) from the trial attended
    2. Copy of AKC registration
    3. Statement of NCSA membership of owner, by name. This will be verified by the Awards Committee.



Awards Chairperson
Rebecca Powell