Competing in Rally is fun for both you and your dog. Shows are held all over the country for each level, giving you the opportunity to compete regularly and meet likeminded people. Training for Rally takes place at societies and clubs across the country and there is a friendly social scene to be enjoyed. When competing at a Kennel Club licenced event, competitors should ensure that their dog is registered correctly and have a good understanding of the Rally 'S' Regulations .
Changes can be made to the Kennel Club Rally 'S' Regulations during the year, so be vigilant and regularly check the website for any amendments that may have been implemented.
Progressing in Rally
Confused about how to qualify for the next level in Rally? Take a look at the Competing in Rally page to get a better understanding of how to progress in the activity.
There are numerous Rally competitions held annually by Kennel Club societies. Details of these competitions are published in the Events Diary.
Rally Working Party
The Rally Working Party acts as a channel of communication between the Kennel Club and those who compete in Rally. Like the Liaison Councils for Agility, Obedience and Working Trials, the Working Party has been set up to represent grass-roots opinion within the Kennel Club, and to promote a better understanding among competitors of how the Kennel Club functions. For more information about the Rally Working Party, click here.