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  • Due to a clash of dates, the KC has asked Kingdom of Fife to move their Small and Medium Champ classes to Sunday. (Show Diary)

  • The Kennel Club wants to mark the 40th anniversary of Agility at Crufts by showcasing your stories. (Show Snippets)
  • Agility Nuts celebrates its 100th independent show in May. (Show Snippets)
  • Chipping Norton is reverting back to a one day show. (Show Diary)

  • The KC has approved a change to the measuring regulations H(1)(B)4.(11) (Show Snippets)

  • The KC Agility Team GB Performance Weekend has been announced. (Show Snippets)

  • The CSJ show is open to all competitors worldwide. No registration with any organisation is required. (Show Diary)

  • Hawbridge Farm is the new venue for the Broadlands show in April. (Show Diary)

  • South Durham has been awarded Premier show status. (Show Diary)

  • Application forms for the WAO 2018 Wildcard places are now available on WAO web site. (Show Diary)

The Rescue page is sponsored
by Akela WholePrey
Rescue a dog. Rescue yourself.

Here are some of the latest arrivals but there are many more looking for active homes. Yes, there are quite a few collies but there are also other breeds of all sizes and, on occasion, some from outside the UK.

You can now add potential agility dogs direct, using the on-line form. This is a free service for rescue organisations and private individuals!


CSJ Agility Open
CSJ is launching a brand new 4-day event next June at Addington Manor for ambitious handlers looking for a challenge.

Show Diary
The 2018 schedules are flooding in so you can plan your next few months of shows.

A special request to show organisers... Please please proofread your schedules carefully before you send them in so they do not have to be revised. The more eyes the better. It will save delay and confusion in the end.

Senior Agility League
Over 55 and still competing? Why not join the fun. All points count as long as there is a rosette awarded except 'just for fun' and training in the ring competitions. You do not have to re-register if you used the League last year.

Thank you to The Big Dog Bed Company for agreeing to sponsor SAL again and making it all possible.


Events added in the last two weeks.

'The Agilitynet site has really helped me in the past to find training courses for me to attend. I have done training courses all over the country and thoroughly enjoyed them.' Marianne Tembey


It's not be practical to list ALL the schedules available here for space reasons so we've opted for those that we've received in the last two weeks. The shows in red are closing this week so hurry if you want to enter. Schedules can be downloaded direct from the Show Diary page.

'Thank you from the whole of Active for allowing us to use Agilitynet. It was amazing. For the 2nd year on this service, we saw every show sold out all with waiting lists.' Stephen Bartholomew


Rosie's Last Agility Weekend
Rosie Pearson had not told anyone that she had decided to retire from the Agility until the N. Derbyshire show. Ten in a voice breaking with emotion, she announced at the end of her Champ final briefing that these would be the last 20 dogs she would ever judge.

The Flea Market
Need to sell your training place on an agility workshop or seminar? To help you out, we've added a new section for that on the Flea Market.

Judge's A-List
New year. New ideas. 18 years after the Millennium, Agilitynet has joined the 21st Century. The A-List is now on-line so judges can add and/or amend their entries themselves. There are more than 400 judges around the UK listed so plenty of choice.

Events & Measuring
Several measurers have requested that we list official measuring sessions on Agilitynet so from now one we are hoping to have more dates and information of events.

Agility Wisdom
When asked why she paid so much money for her daughter to do dog agility, Dawn Gilmour said that she didn't pay for her child to train her dog. It was a whole lot more.

Congratulations to Stuart Marshall who was the first person to get 100%. How good is that!

Framed CertWinning Out Certificates
More than 1600 applications have come in for 2017 Winning Out Certificates but there may be more people out there who have not applied yet. Give them a nudge, The deadline is 29th January. Fill in the on-line form now.

Pic of the Litter
What a
great shot of collie Leroy Astra flying out of the tunnel.

. Charity News
Oasis Relief is on course to raise more money to dig boreholes in Zambia by selling cakes at agility shows, car boot sales and market stalls Up North. This year two of these wells have been dedicated specifically to Otley DTS and Weardale DAC. Well done!

John Gilbert - A Tribute
A fond farewell to the man who did so much for the agility world and changed our lives, written by Steve Croxford, his friend and Vice Chairman of the Board of the Kennel Club.

Handler Fitness
Agility Team GB fitness coach Ruth MacGill says not to forget your own fitness when making training plans this winter.

(Incorporating Wanted)

New section... Training places wanted or for sale

And don't forget that you an buy and sell your unwanted items on the Flea Market all year round.


The Big Fat Agility Quiz
How good was your knowledge of what happened in the agility world in 2017. The answers are now available.

Agility Judging in 1984
We've just remembered this wonderful Agility Voice editorial, by John Gilbert, which was written back in the days when the dogwalk was known as the cat-walk. Have things changed in 25 years? Read on and judge for yourself.

Morgan Shoosmith
Morgan is the 10 year old handler who is taking the Poodle world by storm. She's been competing since she was seven! Read her story in her own words...

The Life of a KC Agility Judge
Emily Osborne started judging five years ago because she wanted to give something back to the sport and, though it can be hard work at times, she is still loving it.

Choosing Pet Insurance
We all know that veterinary bills can be eye watering, so it's no wonder that about 40% of owners have pet insurance. Policies can vary widely which means that it is very important to get the right cover for your dog first time. Julia Carr explains how it works and what to look for.

Milo the Three Legged Agility Dog
Heather Smith's rescue collie Milo had agility dog written all over him. He was doing well until he was diagnosed with cancer and his hind leg had to be amputated. This is the amazing story of how he came back to agility with a little help from his friends.


Fun with Fido Treat Pods & Tuggies
Sharon Tuffnell reviews Becky Layphries' new interactive, super squidgy treat pods and tuggies. Perfect for Agility training, Flyball and other dog sports.

ByBenji Treats
Inspired by the South African beef snack Biltong, ByBenji Training Treats are made of premium quality, dry cured silverside of beef. But are they worth the money? Helen and Adrian Miller tried them out on their dogs.

DOGGO Parcours
Daniel Gee reviews these agility trainers designed by a German Championship handler and now in the UK for the first time.

Dog StreamZ Smart Collar Review
Sue Culmer offered to review some Dog StreamZ collars which were kindly donated to her rescue to test and here are her findings.

Ball Thrower Bag
If you throw, launch or chuck balls for your dogs, you'll want to know more about this new product. Rosie Lander reviews the clever new Ball Thrower Bag. Just £10 + £3.00 P&P of pick up on at Just Dogs Live where Jenny Fish is raising money for Dogs Trust.


There's an extra 'run for fun' qualifier for every Grade level now, not just the Advanced dogs. You can find a qualifier to suit you by using the Qualifiers button on the Show Diary page. Don't be shy. Go for it!

Agria Brillo Bounce
Report from the Agria Brillo Bounce Finals held at the British Agility Championships and judged by international judge Jorge Pires.

Animal Health Co Classic
Ten things you may not know about the Animal Health Company Classic. There's more to hosting an agility qualifier than you think!

ROYAL CANIN® Agility Challenge
Read Dave Deaville's Judge's report on the Final held at the Malvern Autumn Show this year. Congratulations to the winners.

Qualifiers News
Agility Rocks,Dogs Matter and PAwS Shows have teamed up to bring you The UKA South West Winter Finals with 10 heats at UKA shows throughout the winter 2017/18.

LOW 550 Scotland
It was a cold and windy day at Kelso but the dogs were flying at the  LOW 550 Scotland Jumping Cup Final 2017 at the Tweedbank show. Report by Judge Fiona Turnbull.

SAM's League
SAM's League was set up by Emily Osborne to support and represent Small and Medium dogs that run at Lower Height in KC classes and Toy and Midi at UKA in the UK. They now have 60 members and growing.


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