Why the Partnership?
It is important to understand the significant connection between mobility and wellness as pets age. Antinol engaged USDAA to collaborate on a partnership that would help shed light on the important topic and raise awareness of common mobility issues faced by aging dogs and dogs engaged in sport. This partnership will help to improve and maintain the quality of life of all dogs.
Antinol®️ has partnered with a number of the best agility associations, training centres and trainers across the USA.
We aim to pass an additional 5% saving to their members and community. Click here to find out more.
United States Dog Agility Association. Launched in the US in 1986, United States Dog Agility Association® Inc. (USDAA) is the world's largest independent authority for the sport of dog agility, dedicated to promoting it as a recreational, family sport that fosters responsible pet ownership.
Antinol®️ is proud to be in partnership with the USDAA and see dogs and their trainers work together at the highest level in agility. It's about all dogs maintaining their personal best, and Antinol®️ is in this partnership with the USDAA to help keep them that way.
United States Dog Agility Association Partnership
Our partnership with Antinol will help to increase awareness of both our organizations and highlight our mutual dedication to promote joint health for dogs.
About United States Dog Agility Association Inc. (USDAA)
Launched in the US in 1986, United States Dog Agility Association® Inc. (USDAA) is the world's largest independent authority for the sport of dog agility, dedicated to promoting it as a recreational, family sport that fosters responsible pet ownership.
With more than 50,000 registered competitors and more than 200 different breeds of dogs, USDAA represents nearly 200 affiliated groups that conduct events for more than 1,000 days a year throughout the world.
Today, USDAA advances the sport nationally, internationally, and virtually through live events and seminars, as well as through its involvement in the International Federation of Cynological Sports, its USDAA@Home!SM virtual competition program, and the Intercollegiate Dog Agility AssociationSM (IDAASM). Learn more at usdaa.com
Interested to learn about Dog Agility and its benefits?
Dog agility is a sport for dogs and their owners. The objective is for the handler to direct their dog through an obstacle course without faults and within the allotted time. However, agility is much more than just running a course of obstacles. Dog agility has many benefits for both dogs and their owners. If you want to improve the connection between you and your dog, then give dog agility a try.
For more information on the benefits of dog agility and how to get started check out this link.
Meet Tom - Antinol’s Agility Relationship & Educational Manager
Being at agility trials is one of the most exciting sports for me to watch. To see dogs and their trainers work together at the highest level in agility is up there with the Super Bowl, the Olympics and other peak athletic sports.