Results have been submitted by Sit, Stay & Play in Stroudsburg, PA for the September competition of the summer series.
They took over the top of the first page!
Download Current Standings.
Program news for Top Dog
NatGeoTV plans to publish a program featuring Top Dog and the National Dog Agility League. This is not a series. But we are inclined to want to blow their socks off and make it very clear that it should be a series. The plan is for February of 2017 in conjunction with the events surrounding Westminster.
The format that I have envisioned all along is a competition between the two top franchises in the NDAL league. That means that accrued scores for each club in 2016 will qualify the teams for the on-air competition. At the same the play will be open to anyone in the world who wants to put up the course, utilizing basic social networking tools for the recording and aggregation of scores.
Obviously we’d like to see the league expand.
Jumping in to the League
The workbook for October, the final game of the series, can downloaded HERE.
If you have interested in jumping into League Play, you barely have time to play on the second course of the summer league. The workbook can be downloaded here: September League.
While it is too late to compete in the first course of the summer series, you are invited to run that course and record your scores with all previous competitors. The August workbook can be downloaded here: August League
The score-keeping workbook for the out-of-league course can be downloaded here: Pick-up Game
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.