Spring 2018 Worldwide Toss & Fetch League | K9 Frisbee
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Spring 2018 Worldwide Toss & Fetch League | K9 Frisbee
The Spring 2018 Worldwide K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch League Week 1 begins April 7, 2018.
Join us as more than 70 Disc Dog Clubs playing on their local fields in cities around the world battle for 5 weeks to earn bragging rights as the top Toss & Fetch Clubs in the World, in their country, or in their state/province.
If you're already playing backyard frisbee with your dog, you already know how much they love it. It’s great exercise and mentally stimulating for your dog while strengthening the bond between you and your pet.
In K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch League, you can take your backyard game to new levels by meeting up with local disc dog enthusiasts and competing in your home town — against other disc doggers across the planet.
K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch is an easy game to learn, a friendly yet competitive environment, and great fun for you and, especially, your dog.
HOW TO JOIN There's a good chance there's already an active League Club near you. Contact us and we can point you in the right direction.
If not, you can start your own Club. It's easy. To get your city in the game, all you you need is a minimum of 8 people of any skill level, a field where you all play once a week (any day but Friday) and a Captain to raise their hand to organize your local Club and report scores.
Each Club determines their own day, time and local field location for each five-week League Season so you play when it's most convenient for you.
HOW TO PLAY Each week, everyone plays two (2) sixty-second rounds of K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch to establish a weekly score. Scoring is cumulative throughout the five weeks and teams and Clubs will be ranked in Weekly Standings based on their cumulative weekly scores.
The Complete League Rules are located here: http://www.tossandfetch.com/league-rules
Handlers can play with multiple dogs form multiple Teams (handler & dog), but only ONE (1) Team per handler will score and count towards League Points -- the Team with the highest final point total for any Handler. All teams will be scored and tracked in the Standings.
At the end of five weeks, the Handlers who finish in the top 40% score points for their Club and earn a commemorative, embroidered Canis Magnus patch. All other handlers receive the Canis Felix version.
To level the playing field so that all skill levels are competitive and to make it fun for everyone, we award Handicap Points for each week played based on the Handler’s skill, ability and experience.
Here's an example from the 2017 Winter Season: https://www.facebook.com/TossAndFetch/posts/1975168502754070
The League fee is only $10 per dog for the entire five week season (local fees may apply).
Follow the Toss & Fetch Facebook page for up-to-date info here:
Contact Mark Vitullo through Facebook or through www.TossAndfetch.com with any questions.
Here's the line up of Clubs as of February 27. New Clubs to our League are marked with an asterisk (*).
Calgary, Canada | Marion Paulson Nanaimo, Canada | Christina Gilley Orleans, Canada | Pat Nadarajah Ottawa, Canada | Heather Gallagher Regina, Canada | Sal Evans
Bogotá, Colombia | Aura M. Moreno Bogotá Segundo, Colombia | Juan Carlos Ortiz Barreto Manizales, Colombia | Fernando Ocampo Franco Medellin, Colombia | Milo Restrepo Zapata Tunja, Colombia | Andres Leon Villavicencio, Colombia | Paula Amaya Cota, Colombia | Julian Alvarado
Zagreb, Croatia | Katarina Belec *Zagreb 2, Croatia | Ismet Ico Music
*Stoke-On-Trent, England | Sandra Walsh Athens, Greece | Ioannis Diotis *Tel Aviv, Israel | Tzahi Melamed Forli, Italy | Matteo Gaddoni Mexico City, México | Guillermo Valencia Seville, Spain | Rocio Ruiz
Madison, Alabama, USA | Bill Coirier Phoenix, Arizona, USA | Carol Conti
*Aurora, Colorado, USA | Caitlin Long Denver, Colorado, USA | Rusty Redinger Fort Collins, Colorado | USA | Megan Donovan
Columbia, Connecticut, USA | Christina Trunzo
Fort Meyers, Florida, USA | Jennifer Dalton Lutz, Florida, USA | Jan Pimm Casey Sarasota, Florida, USA | Linda Holden Shoenberger
Rome, Georgia, USA | Chris Mashburn Joliet, Illinois, USA | Mark Faragoi Indianapolis, Indiana, USA | Robin Herman
Manhattan, Kansas, USA | Jennifer Anthony Wichita, Kansas, USA | Ashley Suttles
Millersville, Maryland, USA | Ray Lowman *Monkton, Maryland, USA | Sally Zinkhan
*Attleboro, Massachusetts | USA | Lorraine Messier Berkshires, Massachusetts, USA | Toby Boyce
Davison, Michigan, USA | Scott Jones Detroit, Michigan, USA | Barbara Ernst Reinhold Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA | James Horton
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA | Kyle Mjoen *Rochester, Minnesota, USA | Sean Silvernail St. Cloud, Minnesota, USA | Melissa Dragovich
St. Louis, Missouri, USA | Adrian Custer Las Vegas, Nevada, USA | Sierra Pahnke Louden, New Hampshire, USA| Deb Mardin
Albany, New York, USA | James Tang Pawling, New York, USA | Chloe West
Akron, Ohio, USA | Mark Vitullo Bowling Green, Ohio, USA | Emily Arnett Brunswick, Ohio, USA | Jeffery Alan/Lori Bott Cleveland, Ohio, USA | Dean Baber Columbus, Ohio, USA | Diane Smith Dayton, Ohio, USA | Greg Wagner *Mantua, Ohio, USA | Michelle Filler Youngstown, Ohio, USA | Kevin McCarty
Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA | Amanda Baur Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USAn | Jess Renee Greenville, South Carolina, USA | Lucas Croft
Greenback, Tennessee, USA | Alicia Lund Nashville, Tennessee, USA | Charlotte Blake
Austin, Texas, USA | Cole Newby Dallas, Texas, USA | Debbie Schwaggerman East Dallas, Texas, USA | Ela Zalo Houston, Texas, USA | Jill Best
St. George, Utah, USA | Lane Wood *Auburn, Washington, USA | Michelle Dundaz *Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA | Missi Roland