Lucky Dogs manufactures a commercial model perfect for the exciting AKC sport of Fast Cat as well as the new competitive sport of Dragrace & Precision Coursing. With speeds of 58+ MPH in a competition FAST-CAT configuration, these machines deliver the speed and control an operator needs to safely and successfully bring out the maximum performance of each dog.
This continuous loop, fully reversible system makes set up and operation a breeze. With top notch stainless steel hardware and cooling fan that runs continuously while in operation, this equipment is designed to handle hours and hours of activity without overheating. The pulleys are manufactured from hard, durable plastic with a safe clam shell design and high performance stainless-steel high-speed bearings. The Lucky Dogs equipment plugs into a standard US 110 Volt electric outlet, so any standard plug will do. But, if in the field, a minimum of a 1500 Watt generator will do the trick, or a minimum 1500 Watt power inverter off a 12 Volt battery. We recommend going with a 2000 Watt power source just to have a little extra.
The special Fast Cat package on our equipment page provides the Best Value to meet the AKC requirements of a backup machine for competitive events. With two machines, eight pulleys and 2 rolls of 1000 ft. string your club or organization has the Lure Coursing equipment required for these exciting competitive sports.
FAST CAT (Coursing Ability Test) is a 100-yard dash Coursing Ability Test where a dog’s time is converted to miles per hour. First offered as a titling event by the AKC in 2016, it has grown rapidly in popularity with dog lovers of all breeds...
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United Kennel Club (UKC) has launched an exciting and beginner-friendly new dog sport called Precision Coursing®, open to any breed or mix. UKC Precision Coursing® is a fast-paced sport providing dogs of all sizes and speeds a productive outlet for their energy by chasing an artificial lure 150' around a safely-enclosed course.
UKC Precision Coursing® is now a UKC licensed event where UKC registered dogs can earn points towards titles.
UKC's dedication to the working dog for over 120 years has garnered millions of registered dogs, 20,000 breeders, more than 2,900 clubs and a variety of industry-leading publications, making it the leading performance dog sports organization in the world. UKC provides a rich offering of active, engaging sports where dog safety and athleticism are key tenants. For a community of owners and dogs that do more™ this exciting addition provides yet another discipline for dog and owner to enjoy together.