OneMind Dogs Blog
Welcome to our blog. It's about... well, dogs. Our favorite thing
Learn more about rewarding your dog! Everyone loves being rewarded for a job well done! The right reward, given at the right time and place, will motivate your dog while reinforcing the behavior and skills they learn during training.
Much like human babies, puppies explore the world with their mouths. At 12-16 weeks their adult teeth will also start growing, causing them discomfort and the need to chew even more to relieve the pain. Read on for some tips that will help to stop puppies from...
Agility training is easier than you think! In fact, you can get started by making a dog agility course right in your backyard! It doesn't matter what your dog's breed or size is — agility is all about learning to communicate with your dog and bond in a unique way. Dog...
If you’ve thought about starting dog agility, then you’re in the right place. In this guide, we’ll break down the top 3 benefits of dog agility training, and we’ll explain how Agility Foundation by OneMind Dogs helps you start in your own backyard with easy-to-follow training videos for dogs.
Are you considering buying or adopting a puppy? Read on to see what our dog experts think you should consider before taking the plunge into dog ownership.
This guide will explain what can cause a puppy to become afraid of people and how to prevent them from developing these fears. We will also show you how to address the fear head-on if it already exists.
Puppies are a lot of fun, but they can also get up to a lot of mischief! Having a puppy that will come to you when you call it (recall), no matter what the distraction, can save you from a lot of sticky situations.
At OneMind Dogs, we break our handling techniques down into 7 core handling elements. Dogs show us every day that these are the core elements they naturally understand. From their perspective, these elements make your communication clear and easy to follow on the agility course.
Do you ever feel frustrated, sad, or even angry at the end of an agility competition day? How do these feelings affect your ability to focus at trials or to be the best possible teammate for your dog? Is there a mental side to agility…. you bet there is!