The OMD Agility Training Challenge 6 requires you to create your own course plan and then go and run the course. Marko Mäki and Jenni Leino tried out the sixth OMD Agility Training Challenge.
Remember Hu, the happy and lively Kelpie puppy? There are several video blog posts of Hu already online and many more on the way!
Many dogs get so excited about agility that instead of motivating them, we will need to teach them to calm down.
We have received several lovely stories of people experiencing OneMind Moments. Are you ready to hear some more stories?
In Hu's Training Video Blog you can follow Hu's life also in the training point of view. Get some tips for training with a puppy and join the adventure!
The busy and intense OMD CAMP week came to an end yesterday. The camp participants, coaches and crew all got to head home with many lovely memories.
The international camp week has been such an exciting one and made so many dreams come true.
Japan is a country known for ancient traditions, rich culture and modern technology. What about agility? Let's hear what the Japanese enthusiasts tell about the sport in their country.
It can sometimes be hard when an agility dog is growing older. This is a lovely story about a win - win situation for a whole family: for a junior handler, a senior agility dog and a mum.
The sixth Training Challenge is to plan your own course for this obstacle setup and to time it. The fastest course plan that the OMD coaches came up with will be published in about a month.