Published by agility competitors, Clean Run has been keeping dog agility handlers and instructors informed about our sport and ways to improve our training and handling since 1995, and remains the trusted training resource for agility enthusiasts everywhere. The magazine contains exercises that will fit in your backyard, course analyses, training and handling articles, plans for building your own obstacles, ideas for puppy and foundation training, interviews with agility personalities, performance dog health issues, and so much more. If you're addicted to that thrill of feeling the wind in your hair and being in perfect sync with your dog on course, Clean Run can help you take your handling and dog training skills to a whole new level.
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Clean Run is published 12 times a year.
When you purchase a Print Magazine subscription, we will add you to the next possible mailing of the magazine.
Please be aware that Clean Run is on a different mailing schedule than many other publications. Rather than mailing at the beginning of the month prior to the cover date (e.g., the first week of January for the February issue), we mail on the 20th of each month (e.g., January 20th for the February issue). This means you will not receive your magazines weeks in advance of the cover date. The print magazine is mailed from New Hampshire via periodicals mail which can take 7-14 business days depending on where you live. For addresses in Hawaii and Puerto Rico, part of the delivery takes place via mail boat and can take four weeks or more. Delivery times vary to different zip codes even within the same city. If your magazine does not arrive by the 15th of the month, please contact customer service.
"I love the magazine. It makes me THINK about why and what I'm training, and it makes me a better handler."
"For less than $1 a week, Clean Run magazine brings me agility training information from nationally-ranked competitors and instructors, reviews of domestic and international events, trends within the sport, new ideas and hints, and tips and lesson plans that I can do in my own backyard. I can read it from the comfort of my couch, re-read it again and again, refer to it a year later, and even take it with me wherever I go. I can't get this information anywhere else. I won't get it in such a glossy, easy-to-read, beautiful format. I throw away the remains of coffee that costs me nearly $1.50 each day, so I know how much of a value this magazine is to my training! Thanks."
"I am a new subscriber to your magazine and have only been training for one year with my Sheltie. I look forward to receiving your magazine every month and can't wait to read it. Every month some article in the magazine gives me new training ideas or help. I save every single issue and frequently bookmark some pages in them when I need to go back to a specific article."
"Clean Run gets better and better. Lessa and I have been using lots of the "Backyard Dogs" exercises to practice (we have to rent ring space at a local training center) this winter. You don't have to be technically-minded or deadly serious to get lots of useful information and just plain entertainment value from this magazine."
"I am a current subscriber and I love your magazine. It's perfect."
"I think Clean Run is a fabulous magazine. There are a ton of good articles in there, especially for those of us who train at home. It's really a must for any agility enthusiast."
"I first started reading Clean Run in about 1996, and at that time I thought it was so incredible that I ordered a complete set of reprints from the original two years of the publication. Anybody who enjoys this sport can get more out of it if they're a Clean Run reader."
"This magazine is priceless! Every edition has so much in it—lots of training tips and advice and articles. I love it! Thank you."
"Just wanted to say thanks for all you do to keep the magazine going. I love it and look forward to every issue. When I was new to the sport, it somewhat intimidated me because I couldn't understand all those little diagrams. But, there was always something in it for me anyway. Now that I have a bit more experience, I pay attention to different things in the magazine. I think that's a great aspect of the publication. There's something in it for everyone, and as one's experience and interests evolve, the magazine still fits."