Dog Agility Trial Competition Wraps Up

Dog Agility Trial Competition Wraps Up

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Loves Park- The dog agility trial brings in competitive canine teams from all over the Midwest. The dogs compete by running and going through obstacles.

 

It's an American Kennel Club event that includes all breeds and mixed breeds.

 

Pat Schroder with the forest city dog training club says it's a great way for dogs and their owners to bond.

 

"It's a grace sense of accomplishment to do something like this with your dog because it takes the two of you working together to achieve the titles. And it's a lot of fun," said Schroder.

  

The Forest City Dog Training Club in Loves Park holds three trials per year.

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