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~ Magyar Agar (Hungarian Greyhound) ~
The Magyar Agar is a breed of sighthound hailing from the country of Hungary.
They possess more stamina and heat tolerance than (English) Greyhounds, and have a more rugged temperament.
Please visit the
North American Magyar Agar Association (NAMAA) website for more information!
~ United Kennel Club (UKC) ~
The UKC is the second largest kennel club in the United States. Catering to working and sporting dog people, professional handlers are not allowed in the ring like at AKC events. The standards for UKC breeds are geared towards dogs stills serving their original breed function.
UKC recognizes the American Pit Bull Terrier and Hungarian Greyhound, thus giving us the opportunity to show in conformation and other events!
Some of the sports we participate in with the UKC include lure coursing (one for sighthounds, and one for all breeds), weight pull, and conformation.
Please visit the United Kennel Club website for more information!
~ Racing And Coursing Enthusiasts (R.A.C.E.) ~
R.A.C.E. in a lure sports club based in Sacramento, CA that caters not only to sighthounds by hosting LGRA and UKC Lure Coursing events, but also to ALL BREEDS with our "All Other K9 (AOK9)" program.
Visit R.A.C.E. for more information!
~ Splash Dogs ~
Splash Dogs is a dock diving organization whose titles are recognized by UKC. They are prevalent on the West Coast, with many events in Northern California.
Please visit Splash Dogs for more information!
~ AKC Field Trials ~
AKC Field Trials are an activity for Dachshunds to track hare or cottontail in a natural setting. Relying on the dogs' scenting ability, dogs are scored on their ability to follow the path a hare or cottontail has taken.
Please visit AKC Dachshund Field Trials for more information!