Agility

Refusal According to the agility rules - refusal is a long hesitation (indecision) of an animal in front of an obstacle, turning back after approaching it, running …
Before your first full-fledged qualifying round, visit several competitions as a spectator. Watch the dogs and handlers in different classes, running a standard course. Study the …
Fast and furious agility has become a favorite among the competitions and gained popularity among the audience. This is a funny and friendly sport that supports your pet in …
World Canine Organization (WCO) (fr. Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI)) - is the international federation of canine associations, aiming at development, protection of …
It is widely known that Agility was first presented to the audience in the UK on a Crufts show in 1978. English Kennel Club, together with the organizers of Crufts and Scruffts …
Agility is a relatively new form of competitive activity for dogs, in which a good physical shape of the animal and handler's ability to train and guide the dog through certain …
The Speedstakes Competition Program is built on courses comprising only jumps and tubular tunnels for smooth rapid and exciting run. This program allows dogs to overcome the …
Agility is a sport for dogs, where handler leads the dog through the obstacle course in a race for time and performance accuracy. Dogs run off-leash, without food and toys as …
Agility history can be traced, beginning with a demonstration at the end of the 1970s in the United Kingdom. Since that period, this contest for dogs has spread rapidly around the …
Because each new obstacle course is unique in its own way, handlers are allowed a short walk-through prior to the competition. During this time handlers involved in a particular …