Join the USDAA World Team as they prepare for the IFCS World Agility Championships!

By joining, you will be able to:

  • Access training drills and courses being used by the team, all the way up to the big event!
  • See training videos from demos and from training sessions
  • Have discussions, ask questions and get training advice from team members and staff
  • Post 1 video per training exercise, showing your own progress, to receive feedback from a previous year’s team member
  • Learn about the mental prep the team is using to prepare
  • and more!

The course has two levels of access for $149.99 and $199.99.  All participants will have access through September 30, 2019 (Access will be read-only after the World Agility Championships event on April 10-14, 2019).

The United States Association of Cynological Sports (USACS) is dedicated to fostering the development and participation in national and international amateur sports involving dogs. Just as in equestrian sport, there are a number of human national and international sports that involve the skillful competition by athletes in working with dogs.

USACS activities include overseeing the team selection process and assisting in the education of judges and training for participation in national and international amateur sports competition. As an inherent part of working with dogs, USACS emphasizes the humane treatment of dogs and the use of effective, positive training techniques.

Principal among sports supported by USACS is dog agility. Dog agility is patterned after equestrian stadium jumping, in that the sportsmen and women must evaluate, strategize, and compete on a course designed and set out by a judge, which includes a variety of obstacles to be completed successfully by the athlete’s skillfully trained dog. The sport demonstrates the true meaning of teamwork in working with dogs and the athletic qualities necessary for participation in competitive, amateur sport.

USACS is a tax-exempt, nonprofit corporation qualifying as a public charity pursuant to 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, which permits public contributions to be deductible for U.S. federal income tax purposes since September 2014.