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AKC 09 2010 Agility

AKC 09 2010 Agility Changes

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Judge Duties: If a dog displays THREATENING OR MENACING BEHAVIOR toward a person in the ring; a dog at the start line; or leaves the ring and displays these behaviors toward a person or dog outside of the ring: Judge must EXCUSE the dog from the ring and mark “EXCUSED” in the catalog; stating the reason. • Send the Director of Agility; a written report of the incident along with the judge's trial report.
Judge Duties: If a dog in the ring ATTACKS another dog (usually at the start line); leaves the ring and ATTACKS another dog; or runs into the ring and ATTACKS another dog: EXCUSE dog and seriously consider doing so for the remainder of the day or series of shows; Mark “EXCUSED” in the catalog, stating the reason. • Submit incident report with the judge's report. FAX DOG ON DOG ATTACK form(AEDSQ3)to AKC in 72 Hrs
Judge Duties: If a dog ATTACKS any person in the ring or ATTACKS the judge while being measured: The judge must DISQUALIFY the dog, and mark “DISQUALIFED” in the catalog, stating the reason. • The judge must submit to the Director of Agility, a written report of the incident along with the judge’s trial report.
Judge Duties: If a dog ATTACKS any dog or person outside of the ring anywhere on the trial grounds: Judge not involved. The Event Committee MUST consider disqualification of the dog and must complete a DOG AGGRESSION – ACTION BY EVENT COMMITTEE form (AEDSQ4), which must be FAXED to AKC Event Operations within 72 hours of the incident.
Judge Duties: If a dog ATTACKS any dog or person outside of the ring anywhere on the trial grounds and there is a SERIOUS INJURY Judge has none. Event Committee MUST consider disqualification of the dog, and must complete a DOG AGGRESSION – ACTION BY EVENT COMMITTEE form (AEDSQ4), which must be FAXED to AKC Event Operations within 72 hours of the incident.
Judge Duties: If a dog either displays THREATENING OR MENACING BEHAVIOR, or ATTACKS a VMO or Field Representative while being measured: TBD
Catalog markings for Dogs • Qualified (Q) • Did not qualify (NQ) • Absent (ABS) • Excused for aggression (EXC) • Withdrawn – in season (AIS) • Withdrawn – judge change (AJC)
Responsibility for correct Jump Heights Owners are responsible for entering the proper height divisions. Exhibitors are responsible for verifying the proper jump height is set prior to running
Dogs that cannot be measured Any dog that is unable to be measured by the judge of record (JOR) due to aggression must be excused by the judge of record. Dogs that cannot be measured for any other reason by the JOR should receive an NQ in the catalog for all classes entered that day.
Aframe Height for Small Dogs 4” and 8” jump heights; which shall have the A-Frame set to within 1 inch of 5 feet 0 inches.
Dogwalk Contact Zones 42 inches of both ramps with a 1/4-inch tolerance
See Saw Drop Check that it hits the ground in less than 3 seconds when a 3-pound weight is placed 12 inches from the raised end. Clubs must provide a 3 lb. weight and stopwatch to check setting. Club provides materials to fix (ex. Duct tape/fasteners; weights; etc).
Table Position and Count The judge’s count shall start once all four paws have touched the table (and the dog remains on the table top). Neither a sit or a down position shall be required.
Does Chute cushioning count when checking size Cushioning should not be included in the measurement. The bottom inside surface of the closed tunnel must have a non-slip surface. The non-slip surface must extend up the sidewalls to half the height of the barrel; or entrance section of the obstacle
Weave Pole updates The poles must be 3/4-inch PVC (1-inch approximate outside diameter) +/- 1/16-inch tolerance and can be made from schedule 40 pipe or furniture grade PVC 40 inches in height; and uniformly spaced at intervals of 20 to 24 inches (measured center to center
Limit to weave pole attempts If the sequence is broken; the dog must restart the weave poles at the first pole; beginning anew between poles number 1 and number 2 from right to left. Dogs are allowed three attempts at the weave poles and then must go on
Jump Bar The bars must be nominal pipe size of 1-inch PVC (1 5/16-inches approximate outside diameter) +/- 1/16-inch tolerance) and can be made from Schedule 40 PVC or furniture grade PVC; 4 to 5 feet long and striped for visibility
Jump Cups Bar cups may be no wider than the bar; and they should have a lip that is no more than 1/8-inch higher than the support; although lips up to 1/4-inch are allowed. Bar cups may be no longer than 1½ inches (e.g. distance that sticks out from the upright)
4" dogs and Jump Bars For 4-inch jumping dogs a second (lower) bar is not required; but if provided; it should be placed under the top bar or directly adjacent to a ground bar that is directly under the top bar
Panel Jump in Wind This will help keep the panels on the uprights in windy conditions; however; if wind conditions merit; the panel jump may be replaced with a bar jump
Tire Jump Setting The Tire Jump’s height shall be set one jump height division lower than the Bar Jump height.
Broad Jump for 4" dogs The Broad Jump shall be set as one board (the lowest) for the 4-inch jumping dogs.
Turns for Novice Class Generally not exceeding 90 degrees; but must not exceed two times at 135 degrees. (Exception: One 180 degree turn will be allowed)
Turn to Aframe All Class Levels - A 180 degree turn from the exit of an open tunnel to the ascent of the A-frame is not allowed.
Training on Show Grounds No training is allowed on the trial equipment from 12:00 a.m. the day of the trial; to at least one (1) hour after the completion of the trial (on the last day of any set of trials).
Weave Pole Refusals A refusal has occurred at each incorrect entry to weave poles and/or each time a pole is missed during a weaving attempt.
Table Faults Leaving the table prior to completing the 5 second cumulative count. A 5-point deduction per occurrence and the dog must come back and finish the table with the 5-second count started anew.
Clarified Excusal If the dog gets tangled up in the closed tunnel fabric; gets hung up going through the tire; or falls off on the ascent side of the dog walk; A-frame or seesaw; the handler has the choice to immediately reattempt the obstacle once and then leave the cour
New 8" Novice Std YPS 1.85 yards per second; plus 5 seconds for the Pause Table.
12" Novice Std YPS 2.0 yards per second; plus 5 seconds for the Pause Table
16" Novice Std YPS 2.15 yards per second; plus 5 seconds for the Pause Table
20" and 26" Novice Std YPS 2.25 yards per second; plus 5 seconds for the Pause Table
New 24" Novice Std YPS 2.20 yards per second; plus 5 seconds for the Pause Table
New 8" Open Std YPS 2.25 yards per second; plus 5 seconds for the Pause Table
12" Open Std YPS 2.35 yards per second; plus 5 seconds for the Pause Table
16" Open Std YPS 2.5 yards per second; plus 5 seconds for the Pause Table
20" and 26" Open Std YPS 2.65 yards per second; plus 5 seconds for the Table
New 24" Open Std YPS 2.55 yards per second; plus 5 seconds for the Pause Table
8" Ex Std YPS 2.50 yards per second; plus 5 seconds for the Pause Table
12" Ex Std YPS 2.7 yards per second; plus 5 seconds for the Pause Table
16" Ex Std YPS 2.85 yards per second; plus 5 seconds for the Pause Table
20" and 26" Ex Std YPS "3.1 yards per second; plus 5 seconds for the Pause Table
New 24" Ex Std YPS 2.90 yards per second; plus 5 seconds for the Pause Table
Max Course Times for Ex Std • 8-inch Division = 76 seconds • 12-inch Division = 71 seconds • 16-inch Division - 71 seconds • 20-inch and 26-inch Divisions = 68 seconds • 24-inch Division = 72 seconds
New 8" Novice JWW YPS 2.30 yards per second
12" Novice JWW YPS 2.5 yards per second
16" Novice JWW YPS 2.75 yards per second
20" and 26" Novice JWW YPS 3.0 yards per second
New 24" Novice JWW YPS 2.80 yards per second
New 8" Open JWW YPS 2.80 yards per second.
12" Open JWW YPS 3.0 yards per second.
16" Open JWW YPS 3.25 yards per second.
20" and 26" Open JWW YPS 3.5 yards per second.
New 24" Open JWW YPS 3.30 yards per second.
New 8" Ex JWW YPS 3.05 yards per second
12" and 16 " Ex JWW YPS No Change. 3.25 yards per second for 12 and 3.5 yards per second for 16
20" and 26" Ex JWW YPS No Change. 3.75 yards per second
New 24" Ex JWW YPS 3.55 yards per second
Max Course Times for Ex JWW • 8-inch Division = 55 seconds. • 12-inch Division = 52 seconds. • 16-inch Divisions = 50 seconds. • 20-inch and 26-inch Divisions = 48 seconds. • 24-inch Division = 51 seconds.
Fast Bonus Design Course requires two or three Send Bonus point valued obstacles taken at a handler restricted distance between 10 feet and 15 feet (+/- 5 feet allowance on the 2nd obstacle of 3 as per Chapter 9; Section 2).
Summary of All Ex JWW SCT • 8-inch Division = 3.05 yards per second. • 12-inch Division = 3.25 yards per second. • 16-inch Division = 3.5 yards per second. • 20-inch and 26-inch Divisions = 3.75 yards per second. • 24-inch Division = 3.55 yards per second.
Summary of All Open JWW SCT • 8-inch Division = 2.80 yards per second. • 12-inch Division = 3.0 yards per second. • 16-inch Division = 3.25 yards per second. • 20-inch and 26-inch Divisions = 3.5 yards per second. • 24-inch Division = 3.30 yards per second.
Summary of All Nov JWW SCT • 8-inch Division = 2.30 yards per second • 12-inch Division = 2.5 yards per second • 16-inch Division = 2.75 yards per second • 20-inch and 26-inch Divisions = 3.0 yards per second • 24-inch Division = 2.80 yards per second
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