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Spotlight On: AAC Standard

The Agility Association of Canada (AAC) is the largest agility association in Canada. AAC offers a range of agility levels and events for different skill levels.


The AAC is a member of the International Federation of Cynological Sports (IFCS), and works closely with other agility organizations around the world to promote the sport and ensure consistency in rules and standards.


This post focuses on the Standard Class: obstacles used, levels, and possible titles.


POTENTIAL OBSTACLES



LEVEL REQUIREMENTS

LEVEL

​OBSTACLES

​OTHER REQUIREMENTS

ELIMINATIONS

​Starters

​15 - 17

  • One change of handling side

  • Some obstacle discrimination

  • ​3 non-completions

​Advanced

​17 - 19

  • ​Distance and directional control

  • Obstacle discrimination

  • ​3 refusals

  • 2 non-completions

​Masters

18 - 20

  • ​Easily switch side to side (with greater distance and control)

  • ​3 refusals

  • 1 wrong course

  • 1 non-completion

POSSIBLE TITLES

TITLE

​PRE REQ

# OF Q's

​# OF JUDGES

​Agility Dog of Canada (ADC)

N/A

​3

2

​Advanced Agility Dog of Canada (AADC)

​ADC

​3

​2

​Masters Agility Dog of Canada (MADC)

​AADC

​3

2


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