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The purposes of the Teacup Dogs Agility Association shall be to:

(a) Provide and encourage competitive dog agility for dogs of small stature through a titling program

(b) To promote an opportunity for dog training and agility competition by encouraging sportsmanlike competition, training programs, and public demonstrations.

(c) To encourage and promote the participation of dogs of small stature and their owners without regard to pedigree.

(d) To disseminate knowledge regarding dog training and humane treatment of dogs.

(e) To encourage and conduct the training of agility judges in accordance with TDAA standards.

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11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Michelle
    Oct 21, 2010 @ 00:12:44

    I am hoping this new management will return us to the original concepts of uniqueness, for example, requiring wins for the championship title, requiring dogs to be agile to compete and creating a judge corp that promotes the TDAA at every opportunity.

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  2. Leslie Willett
    Oct 14, 2011 @ 01:27:29

    Where can I find the Members page that held our dogs trial results?

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  3. Dr. Sharon Manning
    Nov 03, 2011 @ 17:40:06

    I am very interested in TDAA, but I cannot find a list of rules or requirements to know if my dog can compete. Any information will be appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Dr. Sharon Manning

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  4. Pat
    Nov 07, 2011 @ 14:02:15

    I don’t think requiring a “win” for a Championship title is necessary. Some dogs are built for speed, and some aren’t. Those that aren’t shouldn’t be left out of Champion titles because they can’t outrun those that are. If they can do well enough to qualify and are doing the best they can speed wise, they are Champions also.

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  5. Colleen Haws
    Dec 14, 2011 @ 13:43:50

    I forgot my sign-on info. Can it be sent to my email?

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  6. George Jenkins
    Sep 17, 2013 @ 19:38:29

    What is the difference between a Teacup Master Agility (TAM) title and a Teacup Agile Dog Champion (TACH)?

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  7. Deborah Schwing
    Oct 02, 2013 @ 02:24:26

    I think that the rules as they stand will only allow for the best to win. If a dog can run hard and clean they should be able to compete with the big boys! I am going and do not expect to beat out any superior dogs but I wanna compete and see how far we can get and gain the experience! Let’s all have some fun!

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  8. Leslie Perry
    Oct 29, 2013 @ 19:45:16

    is there a club in Ontario, Canada?

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  9. Diane Dixon
    Jan 12, 2014 @ 21:19:34

    I would like to see no more than 15 games offered per year. Every time I go to a show there are yet another game to learn. Plus each judge seems to interpret them differently. The rules should be easy to understand for everyone. If you want introduce another 15 the following year, fine, but only those 15 can be used. I would also like to see the superior courses made a little harder.

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  10. Karen Smith
    Jan 20, 2014 @ 22:03:17

    I don’t see any trials in 2014 for the Wisconsin clubs. We are traveling to the area from Texas in the June-July timeframe with our TFT and were interested in possible registering for a trial, if anything was scheduled.

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  11. Janet Mudge
    Nov 05, 2014 @ 20:37:23

    I am “toying” (pun intended!!!!!) with starting a club in Seattle HQ’d at Family Dog Training Center in Kent, WA. Can someone direct me to where I can find more info on how to do this and what is required? Thank you!

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