agility dogs with specialist lifetime cover
The 10th Dogs in Need in Pictures Snap happy in Suffolk. How many of
these people can you recognise? Extra points if you can name their dog, too. Clever
captions wanted. (20/09/01)
Alternative DINAS 2020
Di Poingdestre has attended every Dogs in Need since it started, and out of
all the shows that have been cancelled in 2020, this one hurt the most.
There is something very special about DINAS. To be truthful it's actually a
holiday with a bit of agility thrown in. It's the only time of the year
where she actually got to see so many of her friends in the agility
community. And then, suddenly she had a light bulb moment.
Dogs in Need 2002 Eleven years on... 700 caravans and 13,000 plus entries, and still the show grows. Dogs
in Need Agility Society's own logo dog writes a report on the greatest agility show on
earth. With colour photos of the winners and a few unexpected shots.
Dutch Treat Two dozen
Dutch supporters came over to Dogs in Need this year to enjoy a week of British agility.
How did they cope with the different height and the English courses?
Heather Noddle's Dogs in Need 2000
It was that time of year again when
over 1,000 human agility addicts and their 4,000 canine companions undertake the annual
pilgrimage to the Suffolk showground in Ipswich for the week long charity agility show
entitled ‘Dogs In Need’ Here's Heather Noddle's diary. (14/09/00)