Obedience Advisory Committee
2014 Obedience Advisory Committee - Recommendations
September 29, 2014
Originally the Obedience Advisory Committee (OAC) met in June to discuss the future of the sport and to review the more than 1,000 suggestions submitted by the Fancy. The Committee members put a great deal of thought into the input from the Fancy in order to produce meaningful recommendations that will move the sport of obedience into the future, while keeping in mind the importance of the past. The Committee met again in August to complete the review. Additional recommendations are being published here for your comments.
The recommendations were accidentally posted on September 24th before the committee had a chance to review the final document. The recommendations were immediately removed pending the OAC review. We apologize for the possible confusion. The Committee's review is now complete and the following recommendations from the Committee are being published for the Fancy to review and provide feedback over the next three weeks through October 22nd. Please feel free to share this link with your friends and club members. Only one submittal per person should be provided.
Please read the entire list of recommendations on the PDF document at the link below to see the complete information before providing feedback through the feedback form:
Click here to view a PDF of the entire recommendations.
- To provide feedback in the voting document, select the recommendation item# from the following link: http://www.tfaforms.com/348283.
- Please rate the item using the selection criteria and there is a comment box for brief comments regarding that particular recommendation.
- If you wish to comment on several recommendations, use the RATE ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDATION link at the bottom to comment on other items.
Be sure to click SUBMIT at the bottom when you are ready to send your comments to AKC.
**Comments will be taken until the deadline date of:
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 12 Noon EST.**
Director of Obedience, Rally & Tracking
Round 1 OAC Recommendations voting has closed. To view these recommendations, click here.