Agility Trials are a form of dog competition where the dog's fitness and the handler's ability to direct the dog over and through an obstacle course are tested against the clock. There is no time for dog and handler to become bored with constant, repetitive work.
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Agility began in Great Britain in February, 1978, as a small demonstration at the Crufts Dog Show and had an overwhelming spectator appeal.
Agility is now an international sport with United States participation beginning in the early 1980's.
Competitive events are held by the following organizations:
All breeds of dogs, as well as mixed breeds are allowed to compete.
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