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Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation State Economic and Trade Cooperation China Council for the Promotion of International Trade China Securities Regulatory Commission — Guangzhou to Host 4th Intl Garden, Flower Show Guangzhou, the provincial capital of Guangdong Province, south China, will host the Fourth China International Garden and Flower Exposition from September 28…

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The North American Dog Agility Council (NADAC)was formed in 1993 to provide North American dogs and their handlers with a fast, safe and enjoyable form of the sport of dog agility. NADAC sanctions agility trials sponsored by affiliated clubs.

The purpose of a NADAC agility trial is to demonstrate the ability of a dog and its handler to work as a smoothly functioning team. With separate class divisions for Veterans and Junior Handlers and a variety of games, NADAC dog agility offers something for everyone!

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