history

Dog Agility Ontario was first conceived in 2012 by Sandy Currie, Gary Kollar and Tammy Kollar.

Our first AAC Sanctioned Trial was held in May 2012.

Between May 2012 and February 2018  we ran 52 AAC Sanctioned Trials including over 20,000 runs.  In this time period we operated out of facilities in both Flamborough and Barrie.

At our February 2018 trial we announced that Sandy Currie was leaving Dog Agility Ontario. Sandy had recently moved from Bala to the Kingston area.  The travel to our trials in Barrie was very taxing. 

Tammy and Gary decided to continue hosting Dog Agility Ontario trials.  Our 53rd  AAC Sanctioned Trial was held in June 2018 at our new in-door trial site, Mayrich Kennels, near Fergus.

current

Between June 2018 and February 2020 we held 12 AAC Sanctioned Trials at Mayrich Kennels, more than 4,000 runs.

Due to COVID-19 we postponed our trials. We had hoped to resume hosting trials in late 2020. Unfortunately, we eventually cancelled all remaining trials in 2020.

Heading into 2021, we were optimistic about resuming our trials.  We quickly realized that in the first half of 2021 it was still not safe to hold trials.  Government restrictions also dictated that "mass" in-door events were not permitted.

We are hopeful to resume operations in September 2021.

goal

Our goal is to run AAC sanctioned agility events in a fun filled, stress free environment in a professional manner.