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This is a GREAT post with ideas on how to get involved in Flyball in Denver, CO. GO DENVER!

Denver Dog Works

Dog Sports: Flyball

Flyball is a team sport for dogs that was invented in California in the late 70’s. Legend has it that Herbert Wagner first showed it on the Johnny Carson Show to millions of Americans. Soon afterwards dog trainers and dog clubs were making and using Flyball Boxes. In the early 80’s the sport became so popular that the North American Flyball Association (NAFA) was formed and they are the worldwide authority for Flyball.

Flyball is a relay race with 4 dogs on a team. The course consists of a starting line, 4 hurdles spaced 10 feet apart and a box. The first hurdle is 6 feet from the start line and the box is 15 feet from the last hurdle for a 51 foot overall length. The dogs jump the hurdles and steps on a spring loaded box that shoots out a tennis ball. The dog catches…

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A Livestream.com Channel and online paper.li newspaper devoted exclusively to the dogsport "Flyball". Flyball is a race over jumps for a ball. There are Flyball sanctioning organizations all over the world. Belgium, Australia, Germany, France, South Africa, Japan, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and United States and Canada. We are committed to reporting what's happening and where it's happening whenever it is happening in the world of Flyball TODAY!

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