RESCUE & REHOMING
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Agility is not everything, but sometimes agility is a really nice
break from reality.
SHOWS CLOSED & POSTPONEDFor more information
see Show Diary
Dig It Dog
- Easter - 4 April
Galloway - 4 April
Fife - 4 April
Stardom - 5 April
Sit & Stay - 4 - 5 April
Nuts - 4 -5 April
-Jersey - 4-5 April
Andoversford Point to Point - 5 April
Wilton - 5
Carn Brea - 5 April
(all April shows)
Easter - 10 April
UKA Easter - 10 -13 April
TAG Easter - 10-13 April
Kelluki Easter - 10 - 13 April
Phase Purple - 10 - 13 April
Thetford - 10 - 15 April
Jacks - 10-13 April
- 11 - 12 April
Border Collie Club - 11 April
Agility Vision Easter - 13 April
- 17 April
Mkt Harborough - 17-18 April
Canines (Agility & CHUK) - 18 April
Wye Valley Champ - 18 April
18 - 26 April
Ireland - 18 - 19 April
Newton Heath - 19 April
Agility Antics - 24 April
Lincoln Enthusiasts - 24 April
Jacks - 25-27 April
Ramsey - 1 May
Ability - 2 May
Vyne - 3
- 2 - 3 May
Woodside - 2-3 May
Isle of Man
- 2 - 4 May
N. Soms - 3 May
Vision - 8 May
Wells - 8 - 10 May
Purple - 8 10 May
District - 9 May
Fair City -
9 - 10 May
T & A - 9 -
Vision - 15 May
Hare ' n Hound - 16
- 27 May
Roseland - 16 May
Paws in the Park -
16 -17 May
Red Run - 16 May
Ribble - 16 May
Scottish Kennel Club
- 17 May
Carn Brea -
- 22 May
Agility Vision - 22
Onlley - 22 May (5 days)
Agility Rocks - 23
SWAT - 23
Woodside - 23 May
High Peak -
23 - 24 May
- 25 May
- 29 May
Avon - 30
Hinckley - 30 - 31
Wigton - 30
- 31 May
Godmanchester - 5 - 7 June
Dartford - 6 June
Otley - 6 June
Upanova Tigers - 7 June
& High Lane - 6 - 7 June
Wye Valley Premier- 6 - 7 June
Lisburn - 6
- 7 June
Thames - 13
- 14 June
Axstane - 20 - 21 June
Golden Valley - 20 -21 June
Barnard Castle - 20-21 June
Dogs Unleashed - 20-21 June
Mid Cornwall - 21 June
Omnidogs - 27 June
Lune Valley - 27 June (9 days)
Wirral - 11-12 July
European Open - 31 July - 2 August
Brecon - 1 August
Click on the link in
gray for more information...
The Kennel Club is recruiting for an
Agility Team GB Manager.
The Agility Club Starters
Challenge heats will be transferred to next year.
Kingdom of Fife refunds for the
cancelled April Show will be processed by Showtime.
The DARL finals have been
postponed for now, but they will be happening sometime this year.
Crystal Vision Awards has decided, due to lack of qualifiers this
year, to cancel their Final in August.
After lockdown, First Contact has
announced that they will be suspending manufacturing until further
& Suppliers News)
The first Covid-19 cancelled show refunds are going out from
Agility Plaza. (Agility
Agility League for Spitz (ALFS) will be suspended until further notice.
staff will be working from home due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus.
Agility Club will be suspending their Leagues to coincide with the KC
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.
for best show name of 2019...
Longfield Cheerio to LHO Show
Events added in the last two
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!
It's always a
good season to buy or sell your van, caravan and camping equipment etc. on the
new, easier to use Flea Market. We've improved our security in
our constant war against spammers. There's more to browse and even some puppies
under age of six months. And it is still free for individuals to use.
A message for anyone organising an agility show.
Did you know that you can contact judges easily by emailing them direct by using
the link on the A-List? There are 500 KC, UKA and independent judges to select
from. New judges always welcome.
It can be difficult to find an official KC Measurer
if you are new to agility or have a new dog just starting out. A number of measuring sessions are now listed on
the Events & Measuring page and/or the Show Diary. Use the Qualifier filter and
Agilitynet has been listening to you again. We've had a
request to add classes for Juniors to the Show Diary
but will need the help of all the show organisers to
identify shows with classes for kids.
Thank you again to the 4th Height Group for
supplying information about shows offer LHO classes
and measuring for the past year.
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Something to do with all your old rosettes...
Agility Picture Gallery
A week in the life
of the Agility community - social distancing, self-isolating and generally
keeping dog and human occupied. Thanks to everyone who shared their favourite
images. Stay safe.
Diary of a Self-Isolater
Penny Heal admits to being in the self-isolating age
category and, like all of us, is having difficulty adapting to a way of life
with none of her usual activities. She's finding it harder than she thought it
Put aside your cares for a moment. Other
than the current current crisis, what are the important issues of what, when,
how and why of dog agility.
Foot 'n Mouth Humour Revisited
History repeats itself almost
two decades later.
to do during lockdown
We asked for your
suggestions on how to survive these troubled times without training or shows. It
isn't going to be easy but our houses will never be cleaner nor our gardens
greener. Hope this light-hearted list will cheer you up in these dark
Starter Writes Again
Welcome back to Sally Jones, an ex-agility addict who
still can’t quite kick the habit after 31 years.
For instance, looking at her campervan parked on
the drive, she hatched a cunning plan.
Sadly the news is not good. The following qualifiers have been cancelled or
postponed for now due to the lack of shows.
FMBB World Championship is still up in the air. They have been postponed
from May with the intention of rescheduling at the same venue in France in
August, subject to conditions improving.
Pic of the Litter
Dynamite Dill is on a roll...
30 years down the road from his
first Crufts, Greg Derrett shares some timely advice that was given to him at
the time. And it wasn't about his hair style!
Young Person of the Year
Well deserved congratulations to Ryan Hennessy for
winning the Sean McAlpine Award for Young Person of the Year at Crufts for
For new visitors and anyone else who may have not been to
the NEC for a while, we found this list of things to remember when
going to Crufts circulating on FB. Enjoy your day and don't say that
we didn't warn you.
The Canine Massage Guild is delighted
to announce the appointment of Marcelle Cassar BVSc (Hons) CCRT MRCVS as its
Veterinary Technical Advisor.
After retiring from a busy job, Jane Cameron
started Agility at the age of 60, never realising how much it would take over
her life. Last year she retired again. She shares her thoughts on what it
is like to start agility in later life.
Is Naarah Cuddy's Lemon the first dog to
attain Championship status in 2020? BTW congratulations on your Large British
Open win at Crufts.
2019 was a
year of ups and downs, changes and challenges. When we
asked for your, we were inundated with the most wonderful stories of your
There' are extra 'runs for fun' 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. Or join a League. Don't be shy. Go for it!
Senior Agility League
Congratulations to all the division winners of the 2019 League
with special mention to Jenny Hastie and Nessa who were the Overall
Winner with a spectacular 3322 points. And well done to everyone who
took part last year.
Now is a good time to register but only if you are 55+ years. No young
Calling all handlers with a dog which measures Intermediate or Standard
at KC/UKA shows. There's now a new league just for you.
Vegas Loyalty League
1st June, Dog Vegas will be rewarding competitors with a Loyalty League,
a competition for ALL grades and heights. split into three distinct
categories: The Aces, The Pack and The Jokers.
Breeds Agility League
The first year of the Toy Breed Agility League (TBAL) was a huge success with
over 16,000 points being awarded to members for their places earned throughout
Still the best way to reach agility people!
You can buy and
/ or sell your unwanted items on the Flea
Market all year round. It's free and talks direct to the dog
people you want to reach.
Appliance of Science
Alan Waddington finishes the year with another one of his thought
provoking and topical observations. Dog Agility - objective
On the Road to Digital Agility
If you are interested in the
history of agility and how our sport has evolved, you'll want to read
June Richardson's account of how show process started way back when...
Journey to Champ
Follow Milo's journey from frightened rescue pup to Agility Champion. It's
an incredible story of hard work, dedication and perseverance, one you won't
soon forget in your agility life.
Kay Westgate's JRT Alfie had his first Grand Mal seizure, the vets said
it might be a one off. It wasn't. She took advice from many sources and made
changes to their life. It seems to have worked as Alfie has now been seizure
free for four years.
diagnosis of OA will change your dog's life, and yours. However, Lynsey Tindall
and CAM believe that arthritis is not the end of the road, just a change in
direction. Managed early and effectively, you will be able to give your dog
more happy years.
Boodle Learns New Games
If you are looking for a great gift for a young agility child,
look no further. Boodle the Golden Doodle is here. Book reviewed by Agilitynet's own little handler (aged 4)
with a little help from her mother (slightly
Supercross Trainers Review
If you are thinking about buying new
running shoes for Agility, you might want to read Iain Patz's review of the new
Salomon Supercross trainer.
Louise Bray loves these colourful silicone dog name tags so much that she
wanted everyone to know.
custom-made sun reflective covers for most cars and vans are just what they say
on the tin. Reviewed by Dave Nash who was motivated by the product and cake!
& Porter® Hip & Joint Rescue™
Friends Shellie Smith and Alison Barlow review this canine joint supplement
which contains a quadruple strength combination of Glucosamine, Chondroitin,
MSM and Hyaluronic Acid (HA) for long term joint health and mobility.
Chris Garrett has used Photizo Light Therapy on her dogs and
on herself for a while now, and she agreed
enthusiastically to review the Photizo® Vetcare
devise, a non-invasive alternative therapy tool for
wound healing, musculoskeletal conditions and pain
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