Mixed Breed Dog Events

Your guide to organizations that offer mixed breeds a competitive challenge.

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Mixed Breed Dog EventsA growing number of organizations allow mixed-breed dogs to compete and earn titles, either with other mixed-breed dogs or alongside purebreds. Most require the dog to have some obedience training and to be at least 18 months of age, spayed or neutered or not in season, not blind or otherwise disabled, and not aggressive toward other dogs. Most organizations require a registration fee to participate.

Check out these organizations to get you and your dog involved:  

Canine Freestyle Federation
Offers classes, demonstrations and seminars on freestyle competitions.

International Disc Dog Handlers Association
Offers officially sanctioned testing, titling, and ranking for canine disc events.

International Weight Pull Association
Hosts about 100 pulls per season (September through March) in the U.S. and Canada.

Mixed Breed Clubs of America
Dogs can earn titles in obedience, conformation, tracking, and lure coursing from this national registry.

North American Dog Agility Council
Offers agility titles, classes, and competitions.

Classic K9 Games
Mixed-breed and purebred dogs can earn titles and compete in such activities as Grand Prix racing (a timed obstacle course), high jumping, relay racing, barrel racing, flying disc, and musical mats (a version of musical chairs).

North American Flyball Association
Dogs compete in tournaments to earn titles.

United Kennel Club
Mixed-breed dogs can participate in agility, obedience, and weight pull events.

United States Dog Agility Association
Offers dog agility certification tests and tournaments.

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Hay   Arco, ID

1/10/2012 10:53:07 AM

Thanks this is a great page. I have a Augie who is 75% Cardigan Welsh Corgi and 25% Austrailian Shepherd. NOT AUSTRAILIAN CATTLE
DOG!!!!
Anyways I love the cite Mixed Breed Clubs of America. I think I'll become a member

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Katy   Boston, MA

9/18/2011 7:19:26 AM

I think it was really helpful. Thanks!

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Kayleigh Harris   king sport, TN

3/26/2011 6:55:27 PM

i THINK IT IS AWSOME BUT I'M ONLY 10 YEARS OLD

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Tina   Lubbock, TX

7/6/2010 12:34:13 PM

I have a 6 mo.old dog. I was told his mother was half chihuahua & rat terrier and the father was a Shih Tzu. Can you show me any pictures of this mixed breed and any info about his care, feeding, personality traits, etc. He's lovable and good with us,his owners, but growls and snaps at selected family members who come over often. Should I be concerned? does he need a trainer? I don't want a pet who will bite my grandchildren when they visit. Please help, thank you.

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