MORE ABOUT FLYBALL

 

Flyball is a race that matches two teams of four dogs each, racing side-by-side over a 51 foot long course that has 4 jumps and a flyball box at the end..

Each dog must run in relay fashion down the jumps, trigger a flyball box that releases a ball, (typically a tennis ball), the dog must retrieve the ball, and return back over the jumps to the start/finish line.

The next dog is released to run the course but can't cross the start/finish line until the previous dog has returned over all 4 jumps and reached the start/finish line. The first team to have all 4 dogs finish the course without error wins the heat.

Jump height is determined by the smallest dog on the team – this dog, called the "height dog", is measured at the withers, then that number is rounded down to the nearest inch and another 5" is subtracted to get the jump height (with the minimum jump height being 7"). So a 13 1/4" dog would round down to 13", minus 5", would jump 8". Maximum jump height is 14".

Read the History of Flyball

2018 CALENDAR OF EVENTS

PSNEA will be at the Events in BLUE

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17-19 Aug
PSNEA Specialty
Enumclaw Expo Center
Held in Conjunction with the Olympic Kennel Club Dog Show
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1 Sept 2018
PSNEA Will be at the All Around Dogs At the Fair
The 2017 event had over 20,000 visitors in 4 days
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27 Oct 2018
From 10:00am - 4:00pm
Taste of Scandinavia - Sol-Land Lodge
First Lutheran Church, Kennewick, WA
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Dennis Bell and LOKI, PSNEA's Most Titled Elkhound

FEATURES

 

Can't find anything to do with your Elkhounds except feed them; CHECK THIS OUT!

 

 

Read about a Guard Dog Elkhound HERE

 

  

 

 

PSNEA was well represented at this years Rose City Classic Meet The Breeds event held in conjunction with the Rose City Classic All Breed Dog Show. Not pictured are Dennis Bell & LOKI.

 

A highlight for PSNEA at this years show was a seminar for judges looking to add Norwegian Elkhounds to their credentials taught by Patricia Trotter. PSNEA supported Ms Trotter by providing some of the dogs she used in the seminar and we were invited to attend the lecture. It was a special treat to listen to a long time championship breeder and judge teach how to properly evaluate Elkhounds.

 

 

GrChampion “Janor's Arctic Blast” (Roki) owned by Gar, Elaine & Leyia Johnson; shown by Lisa DuPre wins Group 1 placement at the Rose City Classic Jan 2016. Congratulations ROKI.

 

 

“Janor's All About The Bling” owned by Jan Herinckx; shown by Lisa DuPre wins her first major at the Clark County Kennel Club Show Dec 2016 at 8 months old. Kudus to BLING & Lisa.

 

Read About PSNEA Participation In Olympia Norway Day

 

Read About PSNEA Participation in Poulsbo's Midsommer Fest

 

Read the HumanWatch Editorial "What I Learned At The Dog Show" 

 

Read the Reader’s Digest Special Report "Scandal Of America’s Puppy Mills"