The Art of Disc Dogging



Are you interested in Dog Frisbee? Disc Dogging has been an interesting and exciting dog sport. Check out on our introduction program to work with Sammi my 3-months old BC. If you want a good Frisbee Dog, you need to start early and build the drive for this great sport.


Disc Dogging of Dog Frisbee is a easier field as in all you need a flying disc or frisbee and a dog that is willing to play fetch. The essential skill sets are reliable retrieve, willing to fly and catch a frisbee and you can put together great choreography and freestyle displays and you form a GREAT DISC DOGGING TEAM.


In the field of Competitive Disc Dogging, the challenges are the SINGLE DISC Event, the LONGEST CATCH and the DISC FREESTYLE. The Team with the highest scores will win the event.


SINGLE DISC EVENT

In a Single Disc event, the Team consists of a handler, a frisbee dog and 3 flying discs. Each Team is given a time schedule usually about 2 or 3 minutes and the handler will throw the flying disc and the dog will catch and fetch the flying disc back to the handlers. Points are allocated on the distance the flying disc travel and got caught by the frisbee dog. And there is usually a JACKPOT AREA, where the successful catch on the area will have their points doubled.

The Team with the most catches and successfully retrieved will win the event.


LONGEST CATCH

In the Longest Catch event, the Team are scored on the distance marks on the field. The longest successful catch in the air, will score the POINT. Each Team will be given a stipulated time usually about 2 or 3 minutes for the Team to make THREE ATTEMPTS on the longest Throw. Each successful throws and catch is scored according to the distance marked out.

The Team with the most POINTS will win the event.

DISC FREESTYLE In all the Competitive Events, the Disc Freestyle can both be the hardest or the easiest event. Flying disc freestyle, also known as freestyle Frisbee in reference to the trademarked brand name, is a sport and performing art characterized by creative, acrobatic, and athletic maneuvers with a flying disc. Freestyle is performed individually or more commonly in groups, both competitively and recreationally. The Disc Freestyle as the name imply, the Team will each perform a Freestyle Routine based on their repertoire of skills.

The Points are scored accordingly to the level of difficulty, the routine flow, the aesthetic and the accuracy of catches.

The Team with the highest scores will win the event.

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