This section contains some files that may be useful. Most of the files are PDF format. 

Note, fillable forms require a fully functioning Acrobat reader. This means that you may not be able to modify the form in a web browser (especially on a tablet or phone). In any case,it is best to load the document in the Adobe Reader which can be obtained in the app store for your device or use the link in the sidebar for your laptop or desktop.

A word about entry forms. You can use a service like Oaklines but now that the AKC & UKC forms are fillable and savable by the Adobe Reader it does not make much sense to use them unless you are going to do an online entry with them. It is just one more place to leave your personal information and another password to remember. Read about how I handle entry forms.

AKC Computer fillable entry form 5/2018.pdf

This is my version of the AKC fillable entry form. It will handle up to five days (so you can use it for the five day Perry trials) and will automatically add up the entry amount (You will have to enter the amount for the first, second, etc.runs across the tip of the page). The club name and first trial date are highlighted in red because they are required fields (I was always forgetting to enter the club name and wound up having to change it and re-print). Enter the date in m/d/yyyy format and the remaining dates will be filled in and the day of the week added. Simply click on the classes you want to enter and the amount will be totaled up. The remainder of the fields are drop down menus or fill in fields. The Preferred/Regular field is special. When you set that field, it will alter the options for the remaining fields (jump height and levels). The fill in fields are designed to give the biggest possible font size to make things easier for the trial secretary. If, for example, you have a lot of titles or a long name for the do,g, just keep typing, the font will automatically reduce in size.

AKC Agility Entry Form

Updated for the Premier Classes. This entry form is fillable and can be saved with your default information by the Adobe Reader. It has space in the top for the club name and up to four trial days. The link is to the form on the AKC web site. If the link breaks, let me know and I will re-link it.

AKC agility event schedule calc.xlsx

This is a basic event schedule calculator spreadsheet for AKC trials. It lists the events, the date target and the number of days until the target date. The number of days is conditionally formatted with backgrounds of

  • White for > thirty days before the target date
  • Yellow for > 7 days before the target date
  • Orange for 1 to 7 days before the target date
  • Pink for less than one day before the target date

As a spreadsheet, it is pretty easy to modify the calculations to suit your preferences.

Your first trial

I was thinking about putting together a document like this (I still may).

2013-07 Manatee RV form fill&save.pdf

New RV form for Manatee River Fair in Palmetto. All sites now have water and there is no longer any pricing for sites without water. You can fill this form in with your static information and save it. Then just fill in the dates, print and mail. 

Fillable UKC Performance Entry Form

This form is fillable and can be saved with your default information by the Adobe Reader. The link is to the form on the UKC web site, If the link breaks, let me know and I will re-link it. 


In addition to the Calendar, this site has two pages that will see frequent updates. They are the Premiums page and the News page. These pages are structured as RSS feeds (Really Simple Syndication) or a BLOG. RSS allows applications to detect new content on web sites. The application allows you to know when there is new content on a site without going to the web site on a regular basis.

I have RSS robots that check for new content and automatically publish links to the pages on Facebook and Twitter. Another robot generates an email to subscribers if there is new content. You can also get the updates by a news reader. You can also visit this web site on a regular basis. The choice is yours. 


Email is relatively private and my personal favorite. You do have to give up your email address but that is it. The information will be formatted into an email and delivered to your email inbox. The emails will be generated at 6am Eastern if there is any activity. The emails will have my "george at floridaagility dot com" address so make sure it is not spam blocked. Your name is included in the TO field of the address to make the email less spammy. If you do not supply a name, it defaults to "Agility Enthusiast”. 

The emails will also have clickable links included. This is not necessarily the case with the social media. Also, you don’t have to worry about what Facebook decides to show you in your News Feed. NOTE: The link to the premium can break or become obsolete if the club updates the premium. In this case, click on the title link to take you to the premium page and try the download it from there.

Email subscription process

  • Click here or on the link in the sidebar. 
  • You will be taken to a form to fill in. Enter your email address and optionally your name and select the mailings you want to receive (Premiums, News).
  • Click on subscribe. 
  • Receive email to confirm your email address (Check your spam folder if you do not receive it in a few minutes) Click on the link to confirm your email address.
  • Receive an email confirming your subscription
  • Daily at 6am, if there is new content, an email will be generated for you. 

All emails contain a unsubscribe link and an update preferences link at the bottom of the email. You can also use the contact webmaster link below and ask me to unsubscribe you.

Social Media

If you Like or Follow us on Facebook or Twitter you will get the updates to these pages on Facebook or Twitter. There are round buttons at the upper right part of the screen which you can use to follow us (or the links at the beginning of the paragraph). Just click on the appropriate follow button and then do what ever you have to do to like or follow the page when you get to the destination. The buttons in the page footer will allow you to share the current page with social media, email, print, etc. Note, some content blockers will suppress the follow and share buttons.

The robots that post to the social media sites operate frequently.

Text Message

If you follow on Twitter, you can set up @Floridaagility for notification by text message.

News reader (RSS - Really Simple Syndication) 

This is the most anonymous of the various options. This means that I will not know that you have subscribed. It is slightly more hassle to set up and if at some point in time I need to change the feed for some reason, you may have to adapt (be sure to follow the news). 

A news reader is an application (web or device resident) that just checks for new content on your selected sites. The reader will organize and format the news articles for you. You will normally just see the article title with some text to give you a sense of the content. You can then click on it for more text or take you the the web page. 

Synchronization services remember the sites that you are subscribed to and allow you to stop reading on one device and pick up reading where you left off on another device. There are a number of synchronization services and if the applications you choose for your various devices support the same synchronization service you can move seamlessly between devices with different applications.

There are a lot of news readers available. There are web based readers and device resident readers for Mac, PC, tablet and phones. If a particular reader is available on both desktop and mobile devices, it will likely have synchronization services between the devices. I currently use News Explorer on my Mac and i-devices.

If you click on the "Subscribe to RSS feed" links a number of different things may happen depending on your system. If you have a news reader on your device and your web browser knows to open it for RSS feeds, it may open the application and start the subscription process. Otherwise, it may open a page with a bunch of nasty looking XML code. If this happens, just copy the address in the address bar and go to your news reader application and paste it in the appropriate place. 

If you want to use a web based reader or have a problem clicking on the link, just "right click" on the appropriate "subscribe to RSS feed" and select "copy link". Then go to your web based reader or device application and paste the address where required. 

You will need to subscribe to each feed individually. 

On the Agility Blogs page, there are links to a number of agility blogs. Most of these will have RSS feeds and maybe email or social media options. You will find the AKC judges blog there which often has some interesting information.

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