Agility is basically an obstacle course for dogs. The object is to get your dog to go through a series of obstacles quickly and correctly. These obstacles include the A-frame, dog walk, teeter-tooter, tunnels, suspended tires and, of course, jumps. Each agility course is set up in a different configuration. Agility was invented in 1979 at Cruft's Dog Show in England as entertainment for spectators. Since then, it has grown into a very popular dog sport.

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Agility Addicts
Forum, guide, training tips, UK show schedule, KC regulations, and a photo gallery.
Agility Bits
Forum, articles on making equipment, classes and shows, training and handling, breed directory, and humor.
Agility Nerd
A blog with lots of information about handling techniques and exercises for practising them, a glossary and reviews of agility seminars and publications.
Agility Organiser
Search the database for details of dog agility shows in the UK, locate those shows on Google maps, and register to input show results.
AgilityNet
Read a history of the sport, find a local UK club, and view online courses.
Canine Capers Agility
Atlanta area training facility holds all-level weekly classes and trials twice yearly.
Canine Performance Events
A new venue for competition in North America that emphasizes the fun and positive aspects of competition by featuring numerous "game" events.
Dog Agility for Novices
Contains information for novices on entering trials, training dogs, and building equipment.
Nicola Garrett's Agility Dogs
Meet Nicola Garrett's dogs who excel in the sport and compete worldwide. Learn more about her training methods and find book recommendations.
Shelby's Agility Page
Visit Shelby and see her accomplishments to date and see how she is currently doing in her AAC trials.
Southwest Agility Calendar
View a list of upcoming events in Arizona, California and Nevada.

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