How to Start a K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch Club in Your Hometown

February 17, 2019

How to Start a K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch Club in Your Hometown With more than 200 active K9 Frisbee Clubs around the world, there may already be one near you.  Check our Worldwide Club Map to see. If not, start your own Toss & Fetch Club where you live and play. As easy as…

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K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch 2019 League Season Schedule

August 28, 2018

K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch League is open to anyone, anywhere in the world of any skill level. If you play Frisbee with your dog in your backyard, you’re more than ready to join the League. It’s a great way to get started in a low-cost, laid-back, family friendly dog sport that you play in your local community – no traveling required.

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How to Select Competition Discs for Your Frisbee Dog (UPDATE)

April 2, 2018

I wonder how many people are turned off from playing K9 Frisbee after they pick up a cheap $1 disc at the local pet store, take it home and find that Fido immediately cracks it or, worse, cuts their mouth on the sharp shards — and then it’s back to the tennis ball.

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Playing or competing: Disc dogs are having fun

July 3, 2017

The official sport is K-9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch and it is slowly becoming more prominent in the U.S. as well as around the world as dog owners gather and play fetch with their furry friends

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Ohio vs. Michigan Challenge Grows into a Worldwide K9 Frisbee League

June 7, 2017

Stow, Ohio – Way back in 1977, Stow, Ohio native Mark Vitullo and his girlfriend went to Ann Arbor for a weekend music festival. During that weekend, a group of the festivalgoers got together and played a dog Frisbee competition.

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How To Determine “Division” Rating in K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch League

June 1, 2017

Whether you’re brand new to disc-dogging, an experienced world champion competitor or somewhere in between, in K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch League everyone competes in the same overall rankings.

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Optional Practice Throw Before Each Round — Explained

April 13, 2017

Back in the old days, when Friskies and Alpo sponsored local Toss & Fetch events around the U.S. in the late ‘80s, they allowed a practice throw before each round. It was great – it helped you orient your dog as to which way to run, burned off a bit of frenetic energy, and let the handler test the wind and adjust their hyzer while getting one last practice toss in.

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Can’t field a Club? Start with a Squad.

March 21, 2017

As a way to continue to expand the sport and give smaller, isolated communities throughout the world an opportunity to play in the Toss & Fetch League, we will now allow 4, 5, 6 and 7 member “Squads” to participate but in a different class with the following conditions:

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Judging Toss & Fetch When The Lines Are Fuzzy

March 12, 2017

Judging at a typical disc dog toss & fetch events is generally straightforward and objective: the field is lined so zones and out-of bounds are distinct, and where the dog lands is usually obvious.

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