Disc Dog Sports
Do you want to do something fun with your dog? Do you want to compete with your dog in a friendly envionrment? Do you want to get to know other dog enthusiast in the area?
Dog sports are just one way to build a solid relationship with your dog and help burn off some pent up energy!
Join the only K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch League Club in West Virginia!!!
What is K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch?
K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch consists of weekly local play during a 5 week season. Each week scores from all over the world are submitted and clubs are ranked based on their overall points earned.
Play consists of two 60 – 90 second rounds (depending on the season) each week. Teams have 60 seconds (or 90 seconds, depending on the season) to accumulate as many points as they can. Points are earned by successful catches in various zones on the playing field. The farther the zone, the more points are accumulated.
Registration is $35/dog & handler team each season. A handler may play with multiple dogs, but only the highest scoring dog will count towards league points.
Learn more about K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch here.
Some fun tidbits
If your dog is under 40 cm (15.75 inches) tall, your dog qualifies as a Tiny Dog! Tiny Dogs earn extra points for each successful catch.
If you have an older dog, who can’t jump in the air to catch a disc or an inexperience dog who is still learning, you can declare your team as a “Roller” team, which means handlers can roll the discs instead of throwing them in the air. Rollers teams may ONLY play rollers during the entirety of the season. Rollers will not count as catches for non-Roller teams.
How do I know if my dog would like this sport?
Does your dog like to chase things? Does your dog like to play fetch? Does your dog like to play with toys?