All dogs have skills and instincts that come naturally, whether it’s running, hunting, protecting, herding, or chasing. If you’ve ever wondered how good your dog’s natural abilities are, you might consider a low-stress, non-competitive test where each dog runs individually to measure performance. If you have never seen a Great Pyrenees fly–this is the closest thing!
One of the easiest ways to get involved in the world of dog sports is with a Coursing Ability Test (CAT). Designed specifically for newcomers, each dog chases after an artificial lure on a course that is 600-yards long and has turns; and must finish in less 1 ½ minutes and 2 minutes, respectively.
Like CAT except the dogs run individually in a timed 100-yard dash. Olympics Here We Come!