What are USDAA's primary activities?
USDAA's primary function is to promote dog agility as an international competitive, athletic sporting activity. This involves development and promotion of dog agility certification tests and tournament events, which USDAA conducts through a network of almost 200 licensed groups across North America and around the world. In support of this purpose, USDAA disseminates information on dog agility to educate the public on the sport through its web site and corresponds with interested parties. USDAA also is a ready resource for information on rules & regulations and course design principles. Further, USDAA offers lectures, working seminars and training seminars to qualify judges to meet the demanding standards of the sport.