A very comprehensive site with information on a wide range of subjects,
from agility basics to training to trialing to agility stories, poems,
Provides a huge range of agility information, including articles,
photos, sample courses, and links to online forums, clubs, organizations,
Clean Run http://www.cleanrun.com
Clean Run is the only publisher in the world dedicated exclusively
to the sport of agility. They publish a monthly agility magazine,
as well as numerous books on agility. Their site includes online shopping
for all kinds of agility-related books, videos, toys, treats, and
gear; a searchable event calendar; an agility glossary; practice exercises;
information on their annual agility camp; and links to other agility
sites. You can also subscribe to Clean Run
magazine from this site.
This site isn't just about agility; it provides an excellent overview
of the wide variety of activities you can enjoy with your dog, ranging
from agility to musical freestyle to search-and-rescue.
Kennel Club (AKC) Agility http://www.akc.org/dic/events/agility
Information on agility events sponsored by the AKC; includes FAQs,
an overview of obstacles used in AKC trials, regulations, schedule
of AKC events, downloadable trial entry form, and information on height
cards, the AKC National Agility Championships, and the World Agility
Dog Agility Association (USDAA) http://www.usdaa.com
Information on the USDAA, including FAQs, news, descriptions of certification
programs and tournaments, rules, obstacle specifications, affiliated
groups, schedule of events, and forms.
Dog Agility Council http://www.nadac.com
Information on NADAC, including news, rules, equipment specifications,
registration information, affiliated clubs, and schedule of events.
Shepherd Club of America (ASCA) http://www.asca.org/Programs/Agility/index.htm
ASCA offers agility titles for all breeds, not just Australian Shepherds.
They are fairly active in Southern California agility, often co-sanctioning
trials with NADAC.
Kennel Club (UKC) Agility http://ukcdogs.com/dogevents/rules/a-index.shtml
The UKC provides a very different flavor of agility. UKC trials are
just starting to be offered in the San Diego area.
Performance Events (CPE) http://www.k9cpe.com CPE's basic philosophy is for the dog and handler to have fun
while competing for agility titles. This site provides CPE rules,
a calendar of events, membership forms, a list of host clubs, and
for Fun (JFF) Agility http://www.kizer.org/jff
JFF emphasizes having fun with your dog and other agility enthusiasts.
This organization isn't very active in the San Diego area, but we've
provided this link in case you're interested in getting involved.
Clean Run http://www.cleanrun.com
See the description of the Clean Run site under "General agility
Offers a fabulous selection of dog books and other dog-related products.
If you're looking for agility reference books, Dogwise will probably
Dog Press http://www.flyingdogpress.com
Flying Dog Press is owned by Suzanne Clothier, a well-respected dog
trainer. This site sells Clothier's agility training video and workbook,
a self-hypnosis audiotape for agility competitors, and several other
references on dog training and behavior. There are also some excellent
articles written by Clothier.
Rainbow Pins http://www.rapidpins.com
This site offers title pins, zipper pulls, key chains, and jewelry.
All major USA agility organizations' titles are available.