Vision Statement

The Teacup Dogs Agility Association seeks to be a customer-centric enterprise, encouraging competitive dog agility for dogs of small stature, promoting a terrific venue of world class quality.

This vision can be accomplished only by understanding our core business, being constantly goal oriented, and providing:

  • Leadership
  • Customer service
  • Club support
  • Membership support
  • Access to records and results
  • Quality officiating and judging

 

From Bud Houston ~

My purpose is to take responsibility for the mission of the TDAA; to provide quality project management; to use the depth of my experience to assure the quality and success of TDAA systems, programs, and competition.

 

From Marsha Houston ~

My purpose is to express my creativity and to find unique solutions to the TDAA’s problems; to create a new customer serviceĀ  program; to design a super-prompt system for reporting of results and award of titles.

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. June Feigenblatt
    May 10, 2012 @ 17:28:09

    Teacup agility sounds great for all of our”little” dogs. The problem is that there is not enough trials where I live, on Long Island NY. I would love to participate more than once per year.

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  2. Mary Ann Lutz
    Jan 01, 2014 @ 19:12:54

    I LOVE TDAA and have been a judge but I was critically ill and now have a change of address and phone contact for the judges list. Can you please update info for me. Mary Ann Lutz 5982 Cobbler Lane Crestview,Florida 32539 (850) 612-3055 email is changed also to tinkrbell2250@gmail.com

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