The TDAA Petit Prix is a unique competition in the American dog agility culture. It is a competition reserved exclusively for small dogs, with equipment set much closer together than in the “big dog” venues. Consequently the small dog handler must be keen and capable.


May  20 – 21 – 22 , 2016  WESTERN PETIT PRIX  T16997 
Douglas County Fairgrounds & Event Center
Castle Rock, CO
Judges:  John Finley and Trisha Stall
Contact:  Brenda Douglass
Covered arena on sand-base. Three standard classes and 7 games. Special ribbons, special prizes, great swag!

Winners of each jump height shall be accorded the Teacup National Agility Champion (TNAC) title. Unique in our culture is a championship title that requires championship. But it is no easy feat. Teacup agility enthusiasts are canny and fiercely competitive agility competitors.

The tournament is remarkable in other regards. A dog may have a major fault in any round of the tournament, but can scratch and claw his way back to the top. The championship is based overall performance and consistency of play. It is a remarkable competition, unlike any other in dog agility.


If you have missed the qualifying criteria for the Petit Prix, you can make use of an interesting and obscure rule. Members of the TDAA may not be refused entry to the competition.

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