Agility Skills Workbook
Written by Connie Sellers and Michelle
Waugh, this book gives you all the information you
need to teach your dog the jump and tunnel skills
needed in the current agility era. Reviewed by Katy
Pic of the Litter
Logan was feeling tyred after
Minstrel for Craygill AW/G RL6 P-Beg Ex) was
Jean Tuck's constant companion for 17 years.
Oakley, Diana and Tony Daniels', gorgeous boy,
aged 13 year who passed away on 30th July.
Love the new pic on the Judges A-List page,
illustrating that an agility judge must be fast and
fleet of foot.
Boodoggo is pleased to announce that their
towelling drying robes are now in stock,
following an agreement with a local UK
record-breaking success for Junior Team GB at
2022 Junior Open World Championships in Finland
The European Open Junior Championship will be
held in United Kingdom in 2023.
Bowyer started SGN, he promised that he would
only put up prices if he had to and would reduce
them again if he could. And that's just what
he's done. Also good news on lead times for
Whether you are organising your
own agility or hoopers competition or thinking
of using electronic timing at your club or
for own personal training, you'll want to read
Alan Score's review of
integrated timing system.
Trevor Jones Remembers...
Before his death, founding father Trevor Jones wrote this brief account,
exclusively for Agilitynet, about the first
time he heard of agility back in 1978.
The Importance of Rest &
Regeneration for Sport Dogs
You may have already read article by
Krystyna Cisak on FB this, but it's an important
bit of research for all agility competitors.
Reprinted with kind permission of the author.
Helen Jones fell in love with a
merle pup which she saw on the Agilitynet
Rescue page. He turned out not to be a collie at
all, but he's brought great joy to her and a lot
of fun - and considerable laughter - to judges
and spectators around the ring.
Trust yourself, your dog and your
training recommends Becky Sinclair.
In an article commissioned by Canine
Arthritis Management specifically for Agilitynet,
international competitor and trainer Jana Gams talks
about how to identify arthritis and reduce the
chances of your dog developing this painful disease.
YKC Girls in Black
Meet the three young
handlers who share a love of dogs and dog agility
and are now BFFs.
Find a Club
Thanks to you, we're tracked down
about 25% of the clubs that might not have received an email asking them to
update the details of their listings.
ago, Agilitynet FB group was formed. We hoped that a
few hundred people would join, but never, ever
imagined what it would become. Now, we have over
28,000 members, over 20,000 of which are active. We
get around 150 new threads started, 2,500 comments
posted and over 15,000 reactions every week!
to the Admin who make Agilitynet FB possible - Jill,
Raine, Christine and Karen. And thank you to all our
members who make this amazing group what it is.
Ever wonder what the most
popular page on Agilitynet is? According to Google,
it's the Flea Market. Have you checked it out
lately for a bargain or two?
Thank you to all the show organisers who have
provided dates for 2022 and 2023. There are now more
than 400 dates on the
Agilitynet Show Diary - large and small, KC, UKA and independent. The KC
qualifiers which are now available via the
filter on the Show Diary, thanks to help from
Georgie Lott. Agility is
Senior Agility League
Are you a member? Don't be
shy. SAL is open to anyone 55 years and
over and you can claim points on any win or place as long as
you get a rosette.