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What do you do when you are a motivated dog agility competitor and you injure yourself? You walk!
When the world of thinking agility courses in lines opens up to you, you forget the handling of individual obstacles for good.
When it comes to dog agility training, what suits your team better — online or in-person? Get some tips to help you decide!
Getting the whole family on board with obedience training, meal times and fun activities is a great way to make sure you’re working on your dog’s behaviour — and giving them an incredible, fun-filled and happy life with you.
Just as our daily lives have changed, our dog’s lives have adapted to the ‘new normal’ too. And if you’ve spent more time in self-isolation or quarantine than not, your dog might need some adjustment before restrictions ease.
To be able to enjoy doing agility with your dog for as long as possible, it’s important that you take care of your team mate’s physical well-being every day — training days, competition days and rest days too!
Recently, we asked our premium members what they’d like to see more of on our website, and one response that stood out from the rest: handling from a distance in agility — and how to handle a dog that’s much faster than the...
It's almost Christmas and the whole OneMind Dogs team (particularly our Coaches and Instructors!) are well and truly into the festive mood. Leading OneMind Dogs Mikko Aaltonen wanted to share this year's Christmas-themed course with the entire OneMind Dogs online...
For some people, fairy lights and Christmas rom-coms are the things that bring the most cheer. For us (and we're sure, some of you too!) having our dogs around during the festive season makes any celebration feel complete. No matter what part your pup plays at...