Crocus Obedience & Kennel Club (COKC) hosts several agility trials each year. The trials are sanctioned by the Agility Association of Canada (AAC).
The AAC is a non-profit organization founded for the promotion of uniform and safe standards for dog agility in Canada. The AAC is committed to promoting inclusive, competitive agility at a local, regional, national and international level, for all handlers and dogs, without regard for pedigree.
Visit www.aac.ca for more information about the AAC.
COKC May 2019 Evening Jumpers Agility Trial
This May 7th trial will feature two Jumpers runs, all three levels. Judge is Brigitte Hunter. Click below for premium list for this trial.
COKC June 2019 Summer Agility Trial
This trial will feature one Snooker run (all three levels) and one Steeplechase run on Friday evening, plus one Gamble, one Standard, one Jumpers and one Snooker run on Saturday. Judges are Lori and Dave Langen.
Watch for more information on our June 14-15, 2019 Summer Agility Trial coming soon.
COKC offers several agility fun matches each year. The fun matches are simply that: fun opportunities for our students to come out and play with their dogs in a trial-like environment.
COKC occasionally offers agility clinics that are typically presented over a weekend. The clinics are meant to be both fun and educational, focusing on a particular aspect of agility.
COKC Agility Clinics
COKC offers agility clinics featuring outside presenters periodically. Check back for more information.