Welcome to NADAC

The North American Dog Agility Council (NADAC) is a dog agility venue with the main goal of giving every competitor what they desire to achieve from this sport that so many of us spend our weekends competing in.  Whether you enjoy being highly competitive, or just come to trials to meet with your friends and relax. We are striving to give you the absolute best experience from both sides of the page.

In the coming years we plan on releasing a multitude of programs allowing each person to focus on what gives them the most enjoyable experience with the time they spend with us. So stay tuned and happy trialing!


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The Latest News from NADAC:

2024 Height Card Updates

2024 Height Card Updates

Permanent Height Card Requirements and Updates  Height Card Form - Click Here 20” Dogs  Clarification and update - All dogs are required to be measured. If your dog is over 18" it can be measured visually by the judge.   If you will be attending NADAC Championships...

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2024 Updates

2024 Updates

Update Summary and Time Stamps 2025 Championships -  Video Time Stamp - 0:24  -NADAC Championships will be held in Gillette, WY Sept 9th-14th 2025 -After multiple issues with security at the Champions Center in OH, as well as issues with the quality of the local...

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2022 Pre Trial Info

Hi All, Some info for Pre Trial: 1) We will NOT be doing a briefing in the morning.     Everything you need to know will be in this email. 2) First walk throughs will be at 6:30 AM.   We know this is early, believe me, we don't wanna be up this early either.  But...

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2021 Raffle Info

Hi Everyone,Are you gearing up for this year’s raffle?? Saving up your money?? Printing your name labels? This year's raffle is going to be the best ever! For those first time Champs people, the raffle consists of state baskets donated by a club, person or group...

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Grounders Info

This is going to be a info post regarding the new combined hoopers and barrelers class, hereby known as Grounders. For more info on what led to this change you can read this news article: https://www.nadac.com/barrelers-and-hoopers-voting-results/ The new class will...

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What People are saying about NADAC:

Junior Handler

My 13-year old daughter participated in the NADAC Agility trial at the Quad Cities Dog Center this weekend (July 28 & 29, 2018). Jeff Riedl was the judge on both days.

This was our very first NADAC agility trial. She has been participating in the 4-H fair for two years (in the dog project) and really really enjoys dog training! She is not a volleyball girl, or a basketball girl, or a swimming girl. She does not participate in chess club, or Spanish club or future leaders of America. She is an animal lover & a dog trainer. And this event was magical (for both of us)! Thank you SO much for supporting the junior members in NADAC and the caring judges that make it FUN for our youth. You all play a part (behind the scenes administrative staff, coordinators, judges, etc) in making memories for these participants and their dog companions!

I would imagine (if your career field is anything like mine) you usually hear from the participants that are not pleased with outcomes (for whatever reason). So I wanted to make sure you heard from this Mom, YOU ARE APPRECIATED!

Shelly H from Wisconsin

Dogs on Q, Kansas City

Hello, NADAC – I have been away from your venue for years, but I must tell you that I was SO pleasantly surprised by the excellence we experienced last weekend!

The Dogs O Q trial at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, Lawrence Kansas – September 13, 14, 15 was well organized, well run, had excellent rubberized contact equipment, and the Secretary and all of the Event Committee were very courteous and responsive. I had no problem at all finding out about particular regulations, new Gambler class rules, etc. Everyone was extremely helpful.

As the handler of a young dog, I also appreciated their treatment of ring dividers and management of air flow with the large open doors that had screened panels covering them to prevent inadvertent dog escapes.

I can’t say how impressed I was by everything DOQ arranged, from the choice of judge to the trial management to the surface grooming to the hospitality, they had it all – in spades!

I highly recommend this club’s trials, and have encouraged my agility buddies to take another look at NADAC, now with DOQ, in the Kansas City area.

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