6 Fast CATs hosted by Pensacola Dog Fanciers Association
Licensed by the American Kennel Club
Early entry closes on October 28, 2021 at 12pm CST
Day of Test Entry (each dog/run)- $30
Cash or checks only – make checks payable to LCS, 9120 Airport Blvd, Ste N, Mobile, AL 36608
Canine Partner Registration
ALL Breeds must be individually registered with the AKC
This includes all AKC registered purebreds, Foundation Stock Service (FSS), Purebred Alternative Listing (PAL) and AKC Canine Partners Spayed or Neutered Dogs, or dogs with breed disqualifications may be entered.
Not AKC registered? No problem!
If your Canine Partner is not yet registered with AKC, simply fill out the AKC Canine Enrollment Application online today. Once you are issued a number, you will be able to register early for a test through our website.
AKC ENTRY FORMS
You will need to complete an official AKC entry form for each dog, one entry per event number. A dog may only enter once per event, there is a separate fee for each dog and each test.
Early test entries through our website are $21 per dog per test. Check out our Premium Lists for an upcoming test near you.
DAY OF ENTRY
Day of test entries are $30 per dog per test. Please print and fill out your Official AKC Entry Form, you must turn in your entry forms and fees to the Field Secretary before 2pm on the day of the test. Cash or checks only – make checks payable to RDC – 9120 Airport Blvd, Ste N, Mobile, AL 36608.
DIRECTIONS TO TRIAL SITE
7750 Mobile Highway
Pensacola, FL 32526
The pasture field has no amenities or shade available. Please ensure the comfort of you and your dogs by bringing your own portable shade/shelter and water. Portable restrooms will be made available.
This event is on rural ranchland. There is no food vending. Feel free to bring your own food and drinks. For the safety of the dog and as a courtesy to other entrants, a testing dog should have a reliable recall. A penalty of $10.00 may be assessed for any dog causing an excessive delay of the event because it cannot be recalled or retrieved from the field. Dogs that delay the event because their owners cannot recall them may be refused entry at future events.
The Huntmaster is responsible for field safety and therefore s/he is in complete charge of all dogs and handlers on the field. In service to this responsibility, s/he has the authority to stop the lure in any potentially dangerous situation and signal the handler to retrieve a testing dog. Listen to the Huntmaster and follow all instructions promptly and swiftly.
Any decisions made by the event’s officiating judge(s) regarding the performance of an entered dog shall be final. Full discretionary power is given to the judge(s) to withhold any and all qualifications for lack of merit. The Judge(s) is responsible for ensuring compliance with the AKC Regulations on the field. Exhibitors should follow their veterinarian’s recommendation to assure their dogs are free of internal and external parasites, any communicable diseases and have appropriate vaccinations.
Coursing is an athletic activity that can tax a dog’s physical strength. Dogs that are overweight and/or out of condition may be at greater risk for injury and exhaustion. The Inspection Committee has the authority to disallow a dog’s entry into a test, and in such instances, applicable entry fees will be refunded.
FOR THE SAFETY OF EXHIBITORS AND DOGS:
PLEASE HAVE RELEASER AND CATCHER IN PLACE BEFORE RUNNING DOG
NO RECALL FROM THE STARTING LINE
COURSED AREA IS FENCED
To Register your dog
click on the AKC event # below:
TRIAL SECRETARY - Dan Elkes
9120 Airport Rd, Ste N, Mobile, AL 36608 (251) 459-4970
COMMITTEE - Members of ORKC
Emergency Vet (On Call)
Dog Friendly Motels
RV & Overnight Parking
RV parking at trial site
Permission has been granted by the American Kennel Club for the holding of events under American Kennel Club Rules and Regulations