The Teacup Dogs Agility Association (TDAA) offers a competitive space for dogs of smaller stature, regardless of breed or pedigree. Our mission is to foster sportsmanship between smaller dogs through agility training and competition—while uniting the trainers and judges within our sport under a standard set of rules. This initiative also includes providing title programs for smaller dogs and promoting the humane treatment of animals through proper training techniques and educational outreach.
Participation in the TDAA is limited to smaller dogs, measuring no more than 22"
There is no restriction on account of breed or pedigree
Obstacles are scaled with a preference to a size more appropriate to the smaller dogs
Jump heights will be set in a range from 2" to 16"
Today there are dogs registered in TDAA representing over 80 breeds, including All American
TDAA currently has clubs in 18 states, with dogs registered in 39 states, Mexico and Canada
Files & Forms
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Used by Host Clubs whenever they remit money to the TDAA for Trial Recording Fees
Used to Register Dogs wishing to compete in TDAA Agility events
Used for new members and for the renewal of TDAA Membership
Used to Apply for TDAA sanctioned Trials
Used to Apply to be a TDAA Host Club or Organization
This is a Excel-based TDAA title tracker that works through TACh 20 (TAM and TMAG 115)
The Teacup Versatility Award is for a dog that has earned a TACh 3 and equivalent titles in two non-agility disciplines
Used for judges to report to the TDAA after a trial has completed
Used for newly registered dogs to apply for a permanent height card
Used to request posting an Event to the TDAA calendar before submitting the trial application and so, reserve that date!
The TRAD Title is for a retired dog that has competed in TDAA events
Application for TRAC (Teacup Retired Agility Champion) or TRACx (Teacup Retired Agility Champion Extraordinaire)
The TRAC Title is for a retired dog that has earned a TACh, and the TRACx is for a retired dog that has been awarded a TNAC at a Petit Prix
Existing members — ENTER HERE
If you are a member but have forgotten the password, or if you need to get the password please go to the Forgot Password page to reset it. You will need either the email address you have on file or your Member ID and the last name of the registered member.
If you would like to join TDAA as a member, you can mail in the following form either as a physical copy or via email, along with a payment:
Your user information will be sent to you upon receipt and processing of your application.
Please note: Your email address will be used as your member identification to the site, so you MUST have an email address to join.
One aspect of a TDAA trial that makes them fun and unique is the games. The games provide new challenges to the dog and their handlers that are not part of other agility trials, due to the vast array of different games we play. The trial premium will list and provide a brief overview of the games to be played at a trial. In most cases, the games to be played at the trial are included in the Agility Book of Games. At the trial, the judge will provide a comprehensive explanation of the games (Briefings), to be played at the event and will answer any questions from the handlers to ensure that everyone understands how the game is played.
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