Flyball in South Africa

Contact Us

For More Information about Flyball in South Africa, training clubs in Cape Town and surrounds, how to join, etc or to add anything to this website, please contact Jean Reed at jeanreed@telkomsa.net

For training in the Northern Provinces (Gauteng, Free State, North West, Mpumulanga, etc) please contact Leisl Twyman at twyman01@iburst.co.za or alternatively, visit the Birch Acres Dog Training Club website on www.badtc.co.za

This is a website for all Flyballers in South Africa.  All related information will be gratefully received.

Please note : I created this website on my own, without any initial input from anyone.  As a result, if I have used a copyright, haven't acknowledged photographs which you feel should be acknowledged, or infringed in any other way, please let me know and I will remove the content.

Regarding the Flyball animation which appears on various pages in this site, I have tried to find the origin of this animation in order to ask permission to use it.  Although I asked someone else who had it on their site, they could not tell me where they got it from either.  Therefore, I have taken the liberty of using the animation as it clearly shows what Flyball is all about and as soon as I find the creator, I will ask for permission to use it on this site.  If anyone knows of the origin of the cartoon, please let me know.  In the meantime, I appreciate their work and would like to share it with the world. Jean

 

Archived Items

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I received this link for the World Flyball Team rankings.  Anyone can add their team or update a time.  Please go onto the site and add your details.   And take a look at the times .... :)
 
 
 

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I have started a new page on this site called "Amazing Dogs" dedicated to the inspirational Flyball dogs who had a very rough start to life.

We all see these dogs at competitions, and I just felt that perhaps people would be interested in finding out how they became the dogs they are today.

I have started the page with the story of my dog, Pumba.

If you would like your dog featured, please send me the details.

jeanreed@telkomsa.net