Posted Date: February 14, 2012
Dogs Needed for the Australian and New Zealand Competitors!
USDAA is hosting the International Federation of Cynological Sports (IFCS) 2012 World Agility Championships this May in Fort Worth, Texas. This is the first time this prestigious event is being held in the United States.
Your dog can be part of this historic event!
IFCS member countries Australia and New Zealand have quarantine rules that make it impractical for those teams to send dogs abroad and bring them back. In the spirit of international competition IFCS allows these teams to run dogs that are lent to them by agility competitors in the host country.
USDAA is looking for dogs for the Australia and New Zealand teams to run at the IFCS World Agility Championships being held May 9-13, 2012. These dogs should be solid performing dogs at the Masters level that will run for other competitors. If you have a dog you would like to lend to our fellow competitors please contact Andy Hartman, firstname.lastname@example.org, 972-755-3481, as soon as possible. The deadline to contact Andy is February 22, 2012.
Please let Andy know:
Height at the withers:
Current jump height the dog competes at:
Titles your dog has earned to date:
Thank you in advance for your help!