The Chase Is On! If your dog loves the thrill of the chase, then your dog will love this sport! There are multiple titles and certificates to be earned, so the opportunities to make history are endless.
The first Chase Ability event will be held later this month in Alberta, with more events scheduled in Ontario and throughout the western provinces.
How does it work?
The Chase Ability Program is a pass/fail event. Each dog runs alone. Dogs must complete the entire distance of their course with enthusiasm and without interruption, while chasing a lure.
There are two course lengths: one for dogs shorter than 12 inches at the withers or brachycephalic dogs and another course for the remainder of the dogs entered.
Finding a trial near you:
Check out the Chase Ability tests in your area via the CKC Event Calendar here
and contact one of the listed clubs for more details. Please check back often as new Chase Ability tests are added to the Calendar of Events.
For more information, please see the Chase Ability Program Rules and Regulations
. You may also contact our Member Services team Department at 1-855-364-7252 or firstname.lastname@example.org