About Blue Ridge Agility Club
The Blue Ridge Agility Club is a non-profit group formed in January of 1992 by some dog enthusiasts in the Western North Carolina area.
Our purpose is to foster and promote the growth of dog agility for all dogs and serve as a method of communication between agility enthusiasts in the Western Carolinas.
Our mission is to educate the public about the sport of agility and the importance of responsible dog ownership and training. We encourage safety, sportsmanship and positive training in all levels of agility.
We regularly host dog agility trials, which are open to the public, and offer clinics with professional trainers to our members. We have held fund raising matches for Hurricane Katrina disaster relief (in conjunction with the Asheville Kennel Club) as well as the Humane Alliance in Asheville and the Spartanburg Humane Society.
We do not offer training classes. For information on training locally, please click here.
If you have questions about Blue Ridge Agility Club, please email:
Joe Root, BRAC President.
Please contact our webmaster, Jay Johnson, if you have problems with our website.