Flygility is a dog sport that mixes elements of agility and fly ball. As in flyball the dog is sent to fetch a ball from a flyball machine and returns the ball to the handler. Courses are longer, 30m from start line to the box, and use agility obstacles. The sport is administered by New Zealand Flygility Dog Association.

The Wellington Hurricanines is the name under which Zone 3 Dog Agility Club conducts flygility training and competition.

For those outside NZ who may not follow the name it would be like naming a Dallas club the Dallas Cowdogs.

  • Rules
  • Events
  • Flygility Link Correspondence Competition
  • Courses
  • Training
  • Zone 3 Dog Agility Club
  • Where can I do Flygility?
  • Seeking Flygility - people wanting others to join them in doing flygility
  • Other Pages to look at
  • Competitors at Wellington Hurricanines February Tournament
    There are actually 12 dogs in this photo - best of luck in finding them all

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