AKC Numbers – Bad Dog Agility Academy

AKC Numbers

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  • Emily says:

    Until our dogs have qualifying runs, when you click on their AKC number will it just show ERROR no dog information found? Didn’t know if until they have actual Agility qualifying times if I should see anything? Thank you for your help!

  • Barbara Lewis says:

    Will do this later. Tru in two novice, entered only to see whether she would be horribly frightened by the ring and judge. It was kind of a go/no go decision point in her training since she had spent the first three years of her life on a very very quiet sheep ranch (had basic herding training I was told) But when I got Tru “City Sounds” really scared her……. quite a bit scared her……men scared her, never had “met” one! Whew. Ranch was all women. But when we walked into the trial environment (we did this serveral times) Tru was delighted to see and hear all the dogs! What a relief that was. Then later came the “trial” to see if the male judge would scare her…….Jumpers…. Whew again…. No problem and earlier same judge had measured her and she did pretty much OK. Really nice judge. In jumpers I just sent her over a few jumps and with that “success” we left the ring (told judge would do that). Then with Standard she seemed to have a head of steam so we did it all…….she did great so the “Go” sign was on for more training.

    • Sarah Fernandezlopez says:

      I had a mini aussie who was quite afraid of strangers, especially men. But it didn’t bother him AT ALL at agility trials. He loved agility, was driven and fast. And I think that Agility Trials were his happy safe place.

      If he met you at an agility trial, you were automatically accepted. Anywhere else and he would bark and cower.

  • sandy says:

    link after dog did not work

  • Jerry says:

    Is this only for masters level dogs or will lower level results for my new dog be displayed when we start trialing?

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