Question by That Guy Drew: My dog is not purebred. Can I still enter her into agility competitions?
I have a two-year-old Boxer mix (3/4 Boxer, 1/4 AmStaff), and I’ve recently started to train her on our own little homemade “agility course.” It all started because I noticed that she seems to love racing across the top of a line of big, round hay bales, jumping from bale to bale as fast as she can. I decided I would see how well she could hurdle sawhorses, crawl through makeshift tunnels, climb up and down narrow little homemade ramps, etc, and she does really well at it. We both have a blast doing this stuff, and the neighbor’s kids love to watch. Besides that, it’s a great way for me to run off some of her extra energy, while also training her to be a more obedient dog (not that I’ve ever had any real issues with disobedience). We’ll keep doing this stuff at home, regardless of whether or not my dog can compete. But, still, are there any organizations that will accept mixed dogs in agility competions? I’m mostly just curious to see how well she does compared to other dogs. Thanks, and have a great day.

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Answer by Jordans Mom
yes, agility has nothing to do with breed.
Good luck

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