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Capital District Agility Fun Group

Week 4 at SDTC (held at AgileDogs) Results are available!

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Some pictures from last year's matches are below

       

      

Click here to view/download the rules

What is CDAFG?

Jeff Boyer (you know Chalupa, that cute Chihuahua?) has put together a neat thing for us agility-folk to keep us busy and in touch with each other this winter.  We're calling it the Capital District Agility Fun Group (CDAFG for short).  It is a traveling competition of sorts, between local clubs.  The clubs involved are AgileDogs, JAZZ (Jumps and Zig Zags), AOC (Albany Obedience Club), and SDTC (Schenectady Dog Training Club).  Between December 2006 and March 2007, on 8 different Saturdays, teams from each club will travel to either Sugar Bush Farm/AgileDogs (Stephentown), AOC (Glenmont), or JAZZ Agility (Greenfield Center), to all run their dogs on a standard and games course.  All will be held on Saturday mornings from 10am-noon. 

 

The Saturdays of the competitions are:

WK 1 December 2 - hosted by JAZZ

WK 2 December 16 - hosted by AgileDogs
                                    (followed by AgileDogs Christmas Party!)

WK 3 January 6, 2007 - hosted by AOC

WK 4 January 13 - hosted  by SDTC at AgileDogs

WK 5 February 3 - hosted by AOC

WK 6 February 10 - hosted by JAZZ

WK 7 March 10 - hosted by SDTC at AOC

WK 8 March 24 - hosted by AgileDogs

 

Each dog present each week will run both courses.  The lowest score of every 4 dog/handler teams for every run is dropped, and the rest of the scores added.  We'll be keeping track throughout the winter of how each club is doing, and there will be both special awards given for individual performances (both good and bad and entertaining, no doubt!), and an overall award given at the end to the winning club.  Every team will end up getting several nice souvenirs as well as great times and good memories when all is said and done.

 

 


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