A dog earns LPP just for playing in an NDAL competition; and earns another LPP for not being eliminated. The balance of points come from an inverse-to-placement formula. Given a competition of 100 dogs, the first-place dog earns 102 LPP; the last place dog earns 3 points if he didn’t get eliminated; and only 1 point if he was eliminated.
These factors should be observed:
- LPP advantage goes to dogs with the greatest longevity in NDAL play.
- The size of the roster in a given league certainly influences the LPP that can be earned.
- A dog competing in more than one monthly NDAL competition has a multiplying advantage.
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View Lifetime LPP by club here:
- 1838 Dogs have ever played in the NDAL
- There are 21 active franchises; 11 inactive franchises; and 6 defunct franchises.
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