WELCOME TO NOMAD

ABOUT NOMAD

Northern Magic Agility Dogs — NOMAD — is a club of dog agility enthusiasts who have come together to play and build lasting relationships with their dogs and other “dog people.”

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GETTING STARTED

Almost all dogs of all sizes, shapes, and ages, in good health, can do agility at some level. Same for the handlers. It’s a great way to stimulate, exercise, and play with your dog, and the handlers get a good workout, too!

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UPCOMING EVENTS

09 June 2023

USDAA June Agility Trial

June 9 - June 10
Farr Field, 2201 Bolton Rd (U.S. Route 2)
Waterbury, VT 05676 United States
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21 July 2023

2023 Jamboree: UKI and USDAA Trial

July 21 - July 23
Farr Field, 2201 Bolton Rd (U.S. Route 2)
Waterbury, VT 05676 United States
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NOMAD Jamboree

NOMAD is excited to be hosting both UKI and USDAA in a single weekend!  Don’t miss out!

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Run IT! Equipment on sale

Looking or some new Agility Equipment?  You can buy Run IT! Ultimate Dog Equipment at a discounted rate and pick it up at the NOMAD Jamboree in Waterbury, Vermont.

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WHAT OUR MEMBERS SAY

“I started training agility in 2021, and joined NOMAD at the recommendation of a friend. The members of NOMAD have been a wonderful resource for helping guide and mentor me and my young dog in this new journey. It’s been a blast, and we’ve learned so much in just a year’s time, thanks to the help of the NOMAD community.”

– Barb, Member since 2021

“My agility journey started in 2004 when I watched a NOMAD agility demonstration at the Champlain Valley Fair. I immediately knew that this was something I had to try. I soon fell in love with the sport and trained and trialed several of my Corgis before crossing over to Shetland Sheepdogs. NOMAD has been a great resource over the years and I’ve made many good friends. Had it not been for that NOMAD demonstration, I might never have stumbled upon this wonderful sport that I love and that takes up so much of my life.”

-Marty, Club President

“We started NOMAD in 1995 to introduce people to agility and show them how much fun they could have with force-free training. We held practice every week, we had occasional seminars, and we all enjoyed socializing as we helped each other learn agility. We’ve always emphasized that the purpose of agility is to have fun with our dogs!”

-Lisa, Founding Member