What is Agility?

Agility is a sport where dogs and handlers work together to complete a series of obstacles, including jumps, teeter totters, tunnels, weavepoles and more, while racing against the clock. Both speed and accuracy are judged.

Agility is FUN for both the dog and the handler! Dog's gain confidence, and enjoy running, jumping and weaving through challenges each course presents. Handlers enjoy the special bond that makes their pet their partner.



Trial Information

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BRSC Hosts AKC and USDAA Sanctioned Trials

There are several organizations that sanction competitions in the United States. Blue Ridge Agility Club host AKC and USDAA sanctioned trials which are open to all dogs regardless of breed. For more information, visit:

AKC - American Kennel Club ​​
USDAA – United States Dog Agility Association