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.
Brags and Anti-brags
Mother Andrea Miles and her daughter
Laurissa Miles won out at the same show on the
same day. Can anyone top that?
Trust yourself, your dog and your
training recommends Becky Sinclair.
Agility Team GB
Please help our talented Juniors get to
Finland for the Junior Open World Champs in July by contributing to their travel expenses. Their parents have set
JustGiving page to raise
enough money to cover their transport and
& Bunny - A love story with a hoppy ending
At the tender age of 14, every day is a bonus
for collie Max. After his owner died, he went to
live at Valgrays BC & Animal Rescue where he
fell in love with Bunny.
news... Max will be living at
Valgrays for the rest of his
Arthritis Affects Agility Dogs
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.
Two more dogs have joined the 2022 Agility
Champions- Welcome to Snazzy and Mark
Wingate-Wynne and Clippy and Dalton Meredith.
YKC Girls in Black
Meet the three young
handlers who share a love of dogs and dog agility
and are now BFFs.
It is with a heavy heart that we announce
the tragic death of David Marshall who was Chair at Glandore DTC for many
years and was known to everyone in the Northern Ireland canine world.
- The All or Nothing Dog
Calm isn't a word you'd ever use to
describe Dixie but, when she went to her first show
of the season, she was came 1st in her fourth run
thus making her G5. And it only took five years!
Foden - A Life in Agility
Meet one of the latest
inductees to the Agility Hall of Fame, talking about the
good old days in his own words.
Our favourite 'The
Agility Whisperer' is back with his unique and
thought provoking take on the wonderful world of
agility. So what's he on about now?
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?
We've heard that a number of old
friends have retired from judging post-Covid. If
you are no longer accepting agility
appointments, regardless of the reason, please
let us know so we can update the list.
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.
Find a Club
We've been busy reconnecting with clubs we've not heard from for a while and removing those which are no longer offering agility training. New groups always welcome.
Agilitynet FB has reached almost 28,000+ members. Welcome to all new members. And thank you to the dedicated Admin who have kept it growing.