Congratulations to Team Canada, winner of the inaugural National Dog Agility League three-month competition. Team Canada won each of the three official monthly agility games. The winner of a league competition is determined by combined LPP earned by the top five players on a league team.

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Special congratulations to the MVP (Most Valuable Pup) ~ Radical Rabbit a Malinois handled by Kirstin O’Neil. This dog clearly contributed to the success of Team Canada.

Team Canada did an excellent job of recording their runs on YouTube. And so we have a recording of each of the MVP league runs. The NDAL course or game is always a historical artifact. Any club or individual, at any time can run that course and score their results with every dog that has ever run it.

Below we are proud to share with you a course map from each of the competitions and a recording of both the overall Top Dog and the individual winners. Note that these courses have a strong international flavor and are not for the faint of heart. However, under Top Dog rules scores are Time, Plus Faults and it is very difficult to “E” a dog. The objective is to rank performance regardless of how rocky goes the run.

Overall league results can be found here: http://wp.me/p2Pu8l-46

May 2015 League

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Radical Rabbit ~ https://youtu.be/AikXn962YUo placed 3rd in the May league.

First place dog was Beckham a Parson Russell handled by Kirstin O’Neill ~ https://youtu.be/1VKkyhr5u2Y

June 2015 League

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Radical Rabbit ~ https://youtu.be/WvnUkJ9qS10 placed 3rd in the June league.

The first place dog was Beckham a Parson Russell handled by the very same Kirstin O’Neill of Team Canada ~ https://youtu.be/yi_5DMXjeCM

July 2015 League

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Radical Rabbit ~ https://youtu.be/wXGYlFAjpKI placed 6th overall in the July league competition.

The first place dog for July was Excel a Shetland Sheepdog handled by Seanna O’Neill of Team Canada ~ https://youtu.be/FdpBX3W-omY

August League Course!

August begins a new league competition for the National Dog Agility League, August to October 2015.

We’re growing the league. If you would like to join in the competition, it’s an easy matter. There are no costs associated with playing except for nominal recording fees.

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Questions comments & impassioned speeches to Bud Houston Houston.Bud@gmail.com. The web store is up and running. www.dogagility.org/newstore. You’ll find in the web store The Book of Agility Games, an invaluable reference to clubs engaged in league play.

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