Welcome to the Minnesota Agility Club

MAC is a nonprofit organization established in 1989 to promote dog agility as a sport in the greater Minnesota area.
Our primary goals are to:

  • Promote the sport of dog agility in Minnesota
  • Provide an organization for dog owners, where they might learn more about our sport
  • Hold competitions where members and non-members can test their skills

We currently hold 7 trials per year: 3 USDAA, 1 NADAC, 1 AKC, 1 CPE, and 1 UKI.

Additionally, MAC members support and participate in other events held by the many fine clubs and organizations in our area. MAC also hosts one of the largest Junior Handler shows in the country.

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MAC would like to thank the professional photographers who have given permission for their work to be displayed here. These include: Great Dane Photos, Jessie’s Photography, Crystal Image Pet Photography, Tien Tran Photography, Alan Schefsky, Herreid Photography, and Joan Morgan Photography

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  • What’s New?

    Free Junior Handler Seminars. Erika Newcomb will be presenting "Introduction to Agility" Seminars for Juniors of all levels on August 13, 20 & 27 from 10AM-12PM. Seminars are at TCOTC in Minneapolis. Demo dogs will be provided to Juniors who don't have a trained agility dog. RSVP to Erika if you would like to attend.

    The September 9-11, 2016 USDAA trial test schedule is available. 3 rings of agility including junior handler classes at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Lake Elmo. Entries close on August 29. Download the test schedule.

    The September 9-11, 2016 USDAA trial needs an experienced equipment chair to help mentor a new volunteer. Contact Shenna Lemche if you would like to join the trial committee.

    Agility Demos at the Renaissance Fair on September 17-18. Contact Julie Heller or Brandi Rogers if you are interested in participating.

    The next General Membership meeting will be on Friday or Saturday night of the December CPE trial. The awards banquet will move to late February/early March so that there is time to embroider individual titles on the award. The time period to earn titles for the award is still the MAC fiscal year of November 1 - October 31.

    The February 3-5, 2017 USDAA trial needs a committee. Judy Reilly is booked to judge, but all committee positions are open. Contact Robin Brown if you would like to join the trial committee.

    The February 11-12, 2017 UKI trial needs a judge's attache and half-equipment chair. Contact Julie Heller if you would like to join the trial committee.

  • Join MAC

    Join MAC or renew your membership by downloading our membership form

    Membership renewals are due on November 1. Renewals received after November 30 will require reapplying for membership.

    New member applications received after September 1 will count towards the next fiscal year.

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