Alaska Dogs Gone Wild
Alaska Dogs Gone Wild, Alaska’s first flyball club, was created in 2004 and is based in Anchorage, Alaska. Our main goals are to have fun with our dogs, enjoy socializing with our teammates, and promote competitive flyball in Alaska. We have hosted 100+ tourneys sanctioned by the North American Flyball Association (NAFA) spanning 50+ tourney weekends. Our out-of-state competitions include tourneys in California, Arizona, British Columbia, Nevada, North Carolina, in addition to competing at every NAFA CanAm in Indianapolis, IN since the first one was held in 2009. We are four-time winners of the NAFA CanAm Classic Regular Class championship in Division II (2022), Division I (2021), Division II (2019), and Division VI (2017), as well as reserve champions in Division VI (2010). ADGW’s current Regular Class record is 15.815 seconds and our Multibreed Class record is 18.301 seconds. As a club, we also perform demos and support special causes such as the Alaska Run for Women, the Special Olympics Polar Plunge, and the Friends of Pets Dog Jog.
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