July 2021 36×85 Fast and Fun Results

The first month of the Summer Season is complete. This post is for the results of the 36×85 Fast & Fun League. Four clubs have reported results for this League. Clicker Pets in Mexico rejoined us this month! I am so happy to see us be International again!

We have been using “historical” courses for a while now due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This season, though, started with some NEW courses. I have asked our competitors to turn up the dial on their creative talents and design courses for everyone to play. While they were getting started, I designed this month’s courses so that we could compete on some new ones as promised.

The courses were initially inspired by the letter “E” from Nancy Gyse’s book Alphabet Drills, published in 2011 by Clean Run. I set up the letter for my beginner and intermediate students using different numbering based on each student’s skill. Interestingly, as I looked up the publication date for this blog, I flipped to the letter “E” and saw that she had also changed the exercise by adding a tunnel. You know what they say about brilliant minds!

If anyone would like to design courses for the league, let me know!!!

The efforts of dogs playing in July earn Lifetime Performance Points (LPP) based on the entire field of dogs who have competed on the course. The LPP is a measure of rank based on how they placed in relation to all the other dogs.

36×85 Fast and Fun July 2021 Results

The July 2021 60×90 Fast & Fun league was a Numbered Course designed by Melissa Wallace.

A numbered course is scored Time, Plus Faults.


Follow the links below to view individual performances by dogs and their handlers. Most of these are graced with a YouTube link:

Top Dog

The Top Dog of all the clubs reporting in July is from the first-place team, Dirty Dogs Agility League out of Parker, Colorado. Nell, a Border Collie, was handled by Meg Armstrong. They took the lead in the club and the league this month with zero faults in 27.81 seconds.

First-Place Team – LPP 239

The first-place team in July was Dirty Dogs Agility out of Parker, Colorado. The top scoring dog was Nell, a Border Collie, handled by Meg Armstrong. They took the lead in the club and the league this month with zero faults in 27.81 seconds.

Second-Place Team – LPP 135

PAWS4FUN from Ontario, Canada took second place. Dune, a Labrador handled by Catherine Woolham, got the top spot finishing the course with 0 faults in 38.81 seconds:

Third-Place Team – LPP 46

K9Cation was disadvantaged again this month by not having their full compliment running. With one dog reporting, the team took third place. Their Top Dog was once again Jasper, a Chocolate Lab handled by Shana Goodwin. They completed the course with 0 faults in 30.34 seconds.

Fourth-Place Team – LPP 17

Clicker Pets in Jalisco, Mexico took fourth place. This was disadvantaged this month by only having three dogs running. The Team LPP is determined by adding the scores of the top five dogs. Their Top Dog was Daisy, a Terrier Mix handled by Nicki Roberts. They completed the course with 0 faults in 62 seconds.

Spotlight Dog of the Month

Our spotlight dog of the month is Sunshine, a Shih Tzu. Sunshine is a very pretty dog capably handled by Lauren Sanchez-Suzman representing Dirty Dogs Agility League out of Parker, Colorado. They completed the course with 0 faults in 44.6 seconds:

August 36×85 Fast & Fun League

We continue our summer season with a courses.

New teams are always welcome to join us for IDAL play. You are welcome to join any of our ongoing leagues. The August 2021 International Dog Agility League games and courses have been published here:


Questions comments & snide remarks should be directed to Melissa Wallace at pagc.live@gmail.com.All payments for the IDAL should be directed to this page: https://www.ultimuttds.com/payment-processing. Bud Houston’s Book of Games is available for purchase at https://www.ultimuttds.com/product-page/houston-s-book-of-agility-games. All proceeds from the sale will go to Bud.


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