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K9 Frisbee “Tiny Dog” Category Qualifications & Scoring

K9 Frisbee Tiny Dog Category Beginning in 2021, a “Tiny Dog Category” will be permanently added to the K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch Worldwide League to help give little dog Teams a leg-up in scoring Club Points. Tiny Dog QUALIFICATION: Any dog measuring 40 centimeters (15.75 inches) at the withers or LESS will qualify as…

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K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch 2019 League Season Schedule

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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Optional Practice Throw Before Each Round — Explained

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.

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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