|NATIONAL AGILITY ORGANIZATIONS
The AKC web site is an enormous resource for agility, but not the easiest
page to navigate. To find most agility topics, just do a simple search
under "agility" and then hit go. This will take you to the agility
page and you can download forms or get information from there.
To find agility trials, go under Dog Events.
For junior handler forms go to: http://www.akc.org/dic/juniors.
Rule books available on the web site.
For mix breeds and pure breeds, NADAC is a wonderful organization to learn
and compete in with agility. Rule books available on their web site.
The United States Dog Agility Association is another great organization
dedicated to the sport of agility. Currently, there are not many USDAA
trials held in the Midwest.
LOCAL AGILITY CLUBS (see sites for listing of agility
The Gateway Agility Club is a St. Louis agility club that promotes the
sport of agility. The club holds three local agility trials each year
in March, July and November.
The Greater St. Louis Agility Club is a local agility club located in
south St. Louis. They have regular training sessions and promote the sport
of agility. The GSLAC holds both AKC and NADAC trials locally throughout
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