You can now add potential agility dogs direct, using
on-line form. This is a free
service for rescue organisations and private individuals!
A great way to buy or
The Flea Market is open 24/7 for you to buy and / or sell your
pre-loved items all year round. It's free and talks direct to the dog
people you want to reach for as long as it takes!
For more information
see Show Diary
Scottish Border Collie Club - 18
Wallingford - 18-19 April
Lincoln - 23 April
Agility Antics - 23-25 April
Wyre - 24 April
Half Moon - 24-25 April
Jersey Festival 1 - 24-25 April
Prestwood - 26 April
Jersey Festival 2 - 28 April
Agility Vision - 30 April - 3 May
Jersey Festival 3 - 30 April - 4 May
Shrewsbury - 1-2 May
Jersey Mini Festival - 1-2 May
Agility Ability - 1-3 May
Stardom - 2 May
Beachside - 2-9 May
Severnside with N. Soms show - 3
Vyne - 3 May
Pure - 30 April - 4
Agility Ability - 7-9 May
Agility Vision - 7-9 May
Tunbridge Wells - 8-10 May
Down District - 9 May
WAO - 13-16 May
Agility Vision - 14-16 May
Red Run - 15 May
Roseland - 15 May
Worcester - 15 May
High Peak - 15-16
IconiX 1 - 15-16 May
Scottish KC - 21-23 May
Norfolk Agility / Coltishall - 22
Lydiard - 22-23 May
Hare 'n Hounds - 22 -31 May
Gleniffer - 29 May
Nottingham - 29-30 May
Agility Rocks - 29 May - 6 June
Dartford - 5 June
Hinckley - 5-6 June
Wigton - 5-6 June
Oswestry & High Lane - 5-6 June
Wye Valley - 5-6 June
Upanova - 6 June
Godmanchester - 11-13 June
Agillidogz - 11-13 June
Otley - 12-13 June
Thames - 12-13 June
Prestwick Park - 12-13 June
Train in the Ring - 18-20 June
Axstane - 19-20 June
Mid Cornwall - 19 June
Dog Vegas - 25 June - 2 July
Wraxall - 26 - 27 June
Hare 'n Hounds - 26 June - 4 July
Lune Valley - 26 Jun e- 4 July
Sherborne Vale - 11 July
Dickson & Westlands - 10-11 July
Crufts - 15-18 July
Wirral - 16-17 July
Barnard Castle - 18 July
Weardale - 24-25 July
Brecon - 1 August
IMCA / PAWC - 12-26 August
Agility Rocks (Teejay) - 14-15
Scottish KC - 28-29 August
Easington - 4-5 September
Gillingham - 5-6 September
Longfield - 11 - 12 September
West Lakeland & Barrow - 20-22 August
Dashing Dogs - 2 October
Sherborne Vale - 3 October
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.
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has issued guidance on the safe and phased return to shows.
online KC survey shows that 60% of competitors want shows to return
asap while 97% want resumption within a year of lockdown easing.
makers of garden agility equipment, has closed for business after the
death of founder Nigel Foreman.
SAL 2021 is now open for registration. It is not necessary to re-register if you
are or have been a member. Just start adding your points and watch them grow.
(Senior Agility League)
closing date for the Agility Hope Challenge show on 2nd & 3rd May as
been extended to 14th April.
Agility Plaza launches a new
paperless show system e-gility Rapide at three shows over Easter
The Kennel Club has decided to cancel Crufts 2021
which was due to take place from 15th – 18th July.
There will be no Scottish Agility Dog
of The Year competition in 2021, hopefully returning in 2022.
The first ever UKA
Bounce & Squeak show will be held at the end of August.
Pic of the Litter
Meet the adorable sheep that is retraining to be a sandbag.
Chocolate Warning Update
New data released by The Kennel Club shows that cases of dog chocolate poisoning
more than double during Easter, compared to other months in the year.
- Sadly DK9 has closed its
doors for business following the death of one of it's founders, Nigel
has lost another great. Trevor Greenslade died on 25th March after a 20 year
battle with Parkinson's Disease. He was often seen taking photos at shows
and talking to people.
of a Bygone Age
Agility Avid (nom de plume) looks back at her early days of agility
when agility was a very new hobby dog sport. Some said that agility was for
'dogs with no brains', but she and her dogs were having fun.
A-Z has been a lifesaver,' says show organiser Jan Linch of
Frittenden. So judges, please check out your entries and update if
necessary. The show secretaries out there may be trying to contact
These days the term 'core strength' is a bit of a buz
word in human fitness, but it is also important for the prevention of injuries
in agility dogs. Vet physio Eloise Collins explains.
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Is Your Dog Drinking So Much?
Like all mammals, dogs need to drink water in sufficient amounts to keep their
bodies functioning normally.
Severe dehydration can even result in death.
It's not just a summer problem. This informative article from
Dog Advisor© will tell you what to look out for.
The FB group will stay open for you to watch the recordings and keep in touch.
Don't miss the agility Jerusalema! You'll want to put on your dancing shoes and
have a go with your dog.
Retired Agility Dogs Tribute
Meet some of the dogs that retired in 2020 - some of them before
their time due to corona virus restrictions
- and always too soon for their loving handlers. If you want to add your dog,
End of Year School Report
Cheeky rescue Paddy looks back at 2020 from a dog's point of view at
the year that human kennel cough changed the world.
Agility is Poetry in Motion
Shirley Elkins has added two more verses to her poem Going Over to the
Dark Side about her decision to get a Collie for agility 20 years ago.
the Distance...without spilling your coffee!
Hayley Laches' new book is aimed at people who are unable to run with
their dogs for whatever reasons, although it can also be used by anyone wishing
to learn new handling methods. Reviewed by Louise Raine.
- The Story So Far
Pip was a failed sheepdog but he found a great home and agility with
Mandy Colbourne on a smallholding in Wales.
Thank to you to Norton's new sister
for providing these amazing keepsakes.
Chihuahuas are known for their tiny size and not their athletic
prowess. Naomi Hosker believes, however, that they can succeed at
agility the same as any other breed. She says they're are just like
any other dog, only smaller.
We've renamed this page to better reflect it's purpose.
It's not only there for people hoping to start agility but also for you if you
move house, for instance, or want to do some 1-2-1 training etc. Please let us
know if all your club's details are up to date. New groups always welcome.
Agilitynet Show Diary
Here at Agilitynet we are optimistic about shows in 2021
while at the same time, we continue to keep you up to date with show
cancellations due to the pandemic. But fingers crossed, there is light at the
end of the tunnel.
Agilitynet FB has reached an
impressive 27,000+ members. Welcome to all new members. And thank you to
the dedicated Admin who have kept it growing.
The Agilitynet Shop
Since so many agility people now do Hoopers with
their oldies, we've added a new section for equipment and accessories to
The Shop called... Hoopers!
The Agilitynet Flea Market has
been open 24/7 through lockdown so you can buy or sell unwanted items.
We've improved our security in our constant war against spammers.
Agility League Hall of Fame
Please put your hands together for the awesome new members of the SAL Hall
of Fame. Congratulations to:-
Clive Hildersley RIP
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