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With thousands of clubs in the UK chances are that there will always be one club offering what you need. There are currently 7 different main dog activities to choose from: Agility, Breed Showing, Field Trials and Working Gundogs, Flyball, Canicross, Rally, Heelwork to Music, Obedience, Working Trials (including Bloodhound Trials).

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Activities

Agility

The sport which tests a dog’s fitness and the handler's ability to train and direct the dog over and through certain obstacles. Fast and fun.

Breed Showing

The most popular form of canine competition in this country is the dog show - the contest for Kennel Club registered pure-bred dogs, such as those seen at Crufts.

Canicross

Canicross is a brand new way for both owner and dog to become healthier and fitter through the use of the outdoors. The name Canicross comes from the two words Canine and Cross Country.

Competitive Obedience

A competitive sport which tests a dog’s ability to respond to commands in set exercises.

Flyball

A spectator sport involving a team knockout competition. Fast and energetic.

Good Citizen Dog Scheme

Become part of the UK’s biggest and best dog training scheme and learn about the importance of responsible dog ownership.

Heelwork to Music

A competitive sport in which participants devise routines of up to four minutes, set to music, and perform the routines with their dog. Commonly known as doggy dancing.

Junior Interest

Search for clubs that hold events for junior members. This can include Young Kennel Club and Junior Handling classes.

Rally

Rally involves you and your dog working as a team to navigate a course with numbered signs indicating different exercises to perform.

Working Trials (including Bloodhound Trials)

A competitive sport based on the civilian equivalent of police dog work. It develops and tests many canine skills – obedience and control, intelligence and independence, searching and tracking, agility and fitness.

Field Trials

Field Trials - Hunt, Point and Retreive

These have developed to test the working ability of Gundogs in competitive conditions. Trials resemble, as closely as possible, a day's shooting in the field and dogs are expected to work with all manner of game. Each sub-group of gundogs has different tests depending on what the breed of dog was originally developed for.

Field Trials for Pointers and Setters

These have developed to test the working ability of Gundogs in competitive conditions. Trials resemble, as closely as possible, a day's shooting in the field and dogs are expected to work with all manner of game. Each sub-group of gundogs has different tests depending on what the breed of dog was originally developed for.

Field Trials for Retrievers

These have developed to test the working ability of Gundogs in competitive conditions. Trials resemble, as closely as possible, a day's shooting in the field and dogs are expected to work with all manner of game. Each sub-group of gundogs has different tests depending on what the breed of dog was originally developed for.

Field Trials for Spaniels

These have developed to test the working ability of Gundogs in competitive conditions. Trials resemble, as closely as possible, a day's shooting in the field and dogs are expected to work with all manner of game. Each sub-group of gundogs has different tests depending on what the breed of dog was originally developed for.
 
 

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