Anyone can use this website as a record book to log and track your results from trials. Even if you don't have an iPhone. Read the "Getting Started" post below. There is no cost for using the website. Pass it along to your friends or anyone you think might be interested.
News And Announcements
On behalf of the Board, I am pleased to announce the team that will be representing Canada and the AAC at the IFCS Championships in 2010. The pool of applicants was large and very competitive, and the team is representative of the extraordinary talent that can be found in rings across the country.
February 13th 10am-6pm February 14th 10am-5am There will be free door prizes, many vendors with specials, many rescue groups including dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea-pigs, ferrets and more.
Our 2010 AAC World Team will be heading to England this May to represent our Country at the IFCS World Agility Championships! What an amazing group of Dog/Handlers that have been selected to represent Canada, and they need our help. We are raising funds to help get our team to England and what better way than to get our own dogs a beautiful new Canada Flag Tag! We are also selling Bone Tags & Paw Print Tags!! Both available in Small (1”) and Large (1.25”)
Here's a great way to take the some of the stress out of travelling with your pets. "GoPetFriendly.com is free to use and provides detailed pet policies for nearly 30,000 hotels and campgrounds in the US and Canada, giving you the ability to search for accommodations that suit you, whether
Birch Haven Rescue and Rehabilitation Services is a local rescue specializing in assisting Giant Canine Breeds & Equines & focus on the Special Needs – (Deaf, Blind, Sick, Senior & Injured). BHRR does not pick and choose which animal
Dog Eats Chocolate If your dog eats chocolate, he can become seriously ill and in severe cases it could result in death. There is a chemical in chocolate called theobromine that is toxic to dogs. Theobromine is a stimulant similar to caffeine. It is harmless to people, but can cause your dog to become very sick including
Kait Bowser & Celeste, CWAC Service Dog Team: Torchbearers in Ottawa for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics
Canines With a Cause (CWAC) is proud and excited to announce that one of their clients, Kait Bowser accompanied by her certified CWAC Service Dog, Celeste, will be a torchbearer for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics coming through Ottawa on the afternoon of Saturday, December 12, 2009. Having an assistance dog take part in the run to the Vancouver Olympics
As I was perusing the North American Veterinary Conference Clinician’s Brief the other day, a blurb about lead in canine tennis balls caught my eye. A quick Google search brought up the article mentioned in the Brief. Healthystuff.org has been..
November 22, 2009 'Dog Training with Nature’s Template' Hosted By: Peterborough & District Obedience Club Location: Room 301, Sir Sandford Fleming College, Peterborough Time: starts at 9:00 a.m. Cost: $90 (includes lunch) Contact: Pat
Mushing Canada is announcing the selection process for Canadian mushers to compete at the 2011 International Federation of Sleddog Sports (IFSS) World Championships in Norway.
With this release, Mushing Canada is announcing the selection process for Canadian mushers to compete at the 2011 International Federation of Sleddog Sports (IFSS) World Championships in Norway. It is urgent that mushers wishing to qualify take note and plan accordingly for their upcoming 2010 race season.