Competition Conditions

# Competition to be held under the Rules and Agility Regulations of the Agility Dog Association of Australia Ltd (judging/scoring details for Games will be announced by the judge prior to the Event).
# All dogs and handlers must be registered with ADAA. Organisers reserve the right to refuse entry and to substitute judges as required. Dogs under 18 months of age not eligible for entry.
# For the purpose of ascertaining the eligibility to enter the appropriate standard at an exhibition, all ‘Clear Round’ certificates and ‘Qualifying’ certificates up to and including three days before the date on which entries close shall count.
# By entering this ADAA competition you agree that you have read and understand the ADAA refund policy which is available at http://adaa.com.au/_policies/POL-FIN-13-Refund-Policy-080124.pdf and by lodging your entries, you agree with and are bound by the ADAA refund policy.
# Any dog who has a contagious disease, or any dog in the same household (and in some cases any dog who has been exposed to a contagious disease), is excluded from any ADAA sanctioned event as outlined in the Canine Contagious Disease Policy. By entering this ADAA sanctioned event you agree that you have read and understand the Canine Contagious Disease Policy, which is available at:
http://adaa.com.au/_policies/POL-MEM-031-Canine-Contagious-Diseases-Policy.pdf
# It is a condition of entry that handlers assist in course changes, scribing and/or timekeeping.

Competition Notes

Note: Dogs may only be entered in any one Class a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k or l  from each event.
Dogs in Starters / Elementary (non AAD/RAAD titled dogs): non AAD/RAAD titled dogs may compete in Open A Events but may not compete in Open B Events.
Advanced Tests: May only be entered by dogs who have been awarded their SAAD/R-SAAD (or MAAD/R-MAAD) title.
Team/Pairs Events – Important: Put details of Team or Pairs members on your entry form. Details to include Handler’s names and membership numbers and Dog’s names and registration numbers.
Teams/Pairs must enter the class jumping at the Combined Programme height of the largest dog in the Team or Pair.  Permitted combinations of dogs at each Combined Programme height are:
Combined Teams/Pairs Height     Dog combinations      
Toy (Jumping 150mm)                     Toy dogs only               
Mini (Jumping 250mm)                    Toy/Mini dogs               
Midi (Jumping 400mm)                    Toy/Mini/Midi dogs        
Maxi (Jumping 500mm)                   Toy/Mini/Midi/Maxi dogs

Reminder: Dogs eligible for their BAAD title may not enter Elementary. Dogs eligible for their AAD title may not enter Elementary and/or Starters Tests. Dogs awarded their SAAD title or that have been awarded five Intermediate Agility Clear Round Certificates after being awarded their AAD title may not enter Starters, Elementary and/or Intermediate Tests.
Combined Tests: Regular registered dogs may compete with International registered dogs.
Juniors: Juniors entering a competition, or handling a dog at a competition, will need to submit the Parent/Guardian Permission Slip (PDF) with their entries.