12Mile Endurance Test ID12M/6 Mile Endurance Test ID6M

12 Mile Endurance Test/ID12M: This event should be done between 12 to 24 hours before the core Three Triathlon or Five Pentathlon events and in cool weather (but not mandatory). The dog must run 12-miles at a pace between 6.5 mph and 10 mph. Handler may be on a bike, on foot, roller blades or a small all-terrain vehicle. The dog will rest for 5 minutes after 5 miles so the judge can inspect the dog's feet and general condition. If either is questionable the dog is disqualified and receives zero points. At 10 miles there is another 5 minute rest and inspection. If the dog passes the final inspection it may continue the last two miles and complete the Endurance Test. This event is optional for the Triathlon and Pentathlon. The dog MUST complete the 12-Mile run start to finish in 2 Hours.

6 Mile Endurance Test/ID6M: The dog must run 6-miles at a pace between 6.5 mph and 10 mph. Handler may be on a bike, on foot, roller blades or a small all-terrain vehicle. The dog will rest for 5 minutes after 4 miles so the judge can inspect the dog's feet and general condition, if the dog passes the inspection it may continue the last two miles and complete the Endurance Test. NOTE: The dog MUST complete the 6-Mile run start to finish in 1 Hour.

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