“What is Fast CAT® – which stands for Coursing Ability Test (FCAT) – is a relatively new sport by AKC. Dogs run one at a time, over a timed 100-yard dash chasing a lure, and get AKC titles based upon points earned. Points are earned based upon a combination of miles per hour and handicap. Handicap is based upon the height of the dog. FCAT provides a terrific opportunity to introduce new participants to the world of AKC sports as one of the few events where all that is needed to compete is a dog’s natural instincts.”
Come have some fun with your dog(s) at the PCKC Fast CAT Weekend June 17 and 18. Fun Runs on Friday, June 16 (approximately 3:30-6:30 PM depending on weather) — $5 per dog/run; come try it with your dog(s)! Also, help support our club events by volunteering at the events; you can sign up to volunteer through Sue Webber at email@example.com.
Location — Elderon Park South (located immediately southeast of the intersection of WI-49 near Wittenberg & WI-153). The park is set on a lake with plenty of shade. The Rib Mountain Lions Club is our food vendor and will be on-site Saturday and Sunday.
Follow the link below for directions
Get your entries in! Pre-Entry are $20 per dog/per test and close on Wednesday, June 7, at 6:00 PM (CDT). Late Entries (after June 7) and Day of Event Entries (until limits are met) are $25 per dog/test; and Junior Showmanship (registered through AKC) are $15 per dog/test.