Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care

Dog Agility Equipment

Dog agility equipment offers your Aussie an array of fun challenges. As the sport of dog agility has grown in popularity access to agility obstacles have become easier and more affordable.

If you are new to dog agility training you can join an agility club or agility school in your area. This will provide you not only with great advise but will also give you the chance to try out some dog agility equipment before you make the decision to buy a few pieces for your backyard.

If you are looking for dog agility equipment at a reasonable price you can find a good selection of starter packages and individual pieces at Affordable Agility.

For more information on dog agility equipment standards and agility events:

North American Dog Agility Council
The North American Dog Agility Council (NADAC) was formed in 1993 to provide North American dogs and their handlers with a fast, safe and enjoyable form of the sport of dog agility. NADAC sanctions agility trials sponsored by affiliated clubs.

United States Dog Agility Association
USDAA represents more than 120 affiliated groups conducting more than 500 days of events each year throughout the continental United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Spain and Japan.
Organized in 1986 to introduce the sport of dog agility to North America, USDAA adopted the motto "Promoting International Standards for Dog Agility".

American Kennel Club: AKC Agility
AKC dog agility and agility equipment rules and regulations, agility events with news and updates.

Australian Shepherd Club of America: ASCA Agility
ASCA's agility page featuring rules, news, event information and more. In 1995, after five years of development, ASCA incorporated Agility competition into its competitive programs. ASCA Agility is open to all breeds. There are three titling classes: Regular, Jumpers, and Gamblers. The three levels offered are Novice, Open, and Elite. Within the program there are three divisions: Standard, Veterans, and Junior Handlers. An Agility Trial Champion (ATCH) title is a goal these dogs can work toward in all Divisions.

Canine Performance Events
Information on CPE, agility and agility equipment rules and regulations, agility events and newsletter. icon

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