breaking all records
years Supa Dog Agility week looks set to break all records
with a spectacular week of activity, fun and frolics planned.
During the week a World Record attempt will be made. The aim of the attempt is for a dog to catch a Frisbee over the longest distance, and the event is just one of many highlights taking place throughout the week.
A move to a new venue, The Hop Farm Country Park at Beltring, Paddock Wood, Kent provides more space for this ever expanding event and the entries are already flooding in.
Organiser Linda Croxford said: "The Supa Dog Agility week is now well established in the agility calendar.
"The new venue is a 300 acre site which gives us plenty of room and running over the Bank Holiday weekend we are looking forward to welcoming larger crowds to watch and be entertained."
The Supa Dog Agility week takes place May 24 to 31 and is expected to attract more than 24,000 entries.
Burgess Supafeeds Marketing Manager Sarah Riddolls said: "The Supa Dog Agility week now attracts the top agility dogs and handlers from all over the world.
"We are delighted to be supporting the week once again, and hope that it helps to bring more people into this rapidly growing and exciting sport."
On the Thursday of the week, the Young Kennel Club qualifiers will be held with the top five in each class going through to the semi-final at Birmingham in September.The schedule for the Supa Dog Agility Week can be accessed on www.agilitynet.com
For further information please contact Linda Croxford by email at firstname.lastname@example.org