Notice: ADP has three Special Events each year: Theme Titles, Ladders Titles, and Dozen Titles. These titles are offered in February and August every year. They can all be done at home. There are no location requirements. Download the information docs and feel free to post questions on the MeWe and/or Facebook groups or email email@example.com
ADP Rules and Guidelines 2023 3-24
Spotting and Supporting Video Playlist – Handlers must know how to spot and support their dogs when required. The playlist starts with a video for the ADP Certified Instructor Program showing steps to learning to spot and support including leash handling skills. The other videos in the playlist show examples of spotting and supporting. Consider what you might do differently to have a better outcome for some situations shown in the videos. Thank you to all the handlers contributing video clips!
ADP Foundation Skills Program 2020 12-2 This is an optional titling program suitable for puppies as well as any other dog new to parkour. Sample entries appear on the Exercise Demos page. No puppy? No newbie dog? Skip right over this and move ahead!
ADP – Exercise Descriptions 2020 2-19
NOTE: For the Registration and Entry Forms, you must download them, save them, THEN fill them out and save them again. If you fill them out online, the filled info disappears like magic when you download them. TIP: keep the saved, filled Entry Form handy on your computer so it is easy to use for future entries. Save one form for each of your dogs.
ADP Registration Form 2023 3.24 (download the fillable PDF) SEE NOTE IN BLUE ABOVE
ADP Entry Form 2023 3.24 (download the fillable PDF) SEE NOTE IN BLUE ABOVE.
Three of the ADP Tracks involve sequencing, which is stringing several exercises together in a choreographed sequence. This video, How to Sequence in Dog Parkour – All Dogs Parkour, explains some of the tricks you can use to improve your sequences and make them more fun for your dog. (video contributed by Amélie Delcroix)