The largest national organizations are as follows:

United States Dog Agility Association (USDAA)
P.O. Box 850955, Richardson, TX 75085-0995
TEL: (972) 487-2200  FAX: (972) 272-4404  Email

What is the "USDAA"?
The United States Dog Agility Association (USDAA) was organized in 1986 to promote international standards as developed in Great Britain, which have become the basis for the world standard in dog agility. USDAA has become the leading agility organization in the United States and North America, maintaining communications with the sport's leading authorities in England and around the world. "Promoting Competitive Excellence in Dog Agility" USDAA: United States Dog Agility Assn welcomes mixed-breed dogs in competition.
Registration: $12 per dog, one-time fee for life

North American Dog Agility Council, Inc. (NADAC)
11522 South Hwy 3
Cataldo, ID 83810    Email  Internet

The North American Dog Agility Council (NADAC) was formed in 1993 to provide North American dogs and their handlers a fast, safe and enjoyable form of the sport of dog agility.  NADAC sanctions agility trials sponsored by affiliated clubs. The purpose of a NADAC agility trial is to demonstrate the ability of a dog and its handler to work as a smoothly functioning team. This web site is maintained to provide those interested in dog agility with timely information on NADAC events and rules and to assist clubs wishing to sponsor NADAC trials.
NADAC: North American Dog Agility Council welcomes mixed-breed dogs in competition
Registration: $10 per dog for members, $15 for non-members, one-time fee for life; Dues: $12 annually for humans (not required in order to compete, but it does get you the discount)

Agility Association of Canada (AAC)
638 Wonderland Road South, London, ONT N6K 1L8

ASCA: Australian Shepherd Club of America allows mixed breed dogs in all agility trials, runs under NADAC rules, and frequently runs dual-sanctioned events with NADAC; registration not required. 6091 East State Highway 21, Bryan, Texas 77803-9652, (409) 778-1082

JFF: Just For Fun low-key organization that encourages "park-style" competition and league play for fun (as the name implies); no registration is required (or even available). In California, contact Jack Russell; E-mail:  Internet:

CPE: Canine Performance Events new fun organization, primarily in the MidWest; titling programs in many games that the others don't include, such as Colors, Wildcard, Jackpot, and BlackJack; registration is not required to compete, but is for titling. Registration (required only for titling): $5 per dog, one-time fee for life; $15 for humans (not required, but gets a hard cover rule and records book. Contact Linda Eickholdt; E-mail:
For a complete listing of Groups Affiliated with USDAA please go to
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