OneMind Dogs Blog
Welcome to our blog. It's about... well, dogs. Our favorite thing
Most people don’t start agility training with the aim to be world champion — or even compete, for that matter. But as many of us know, once you start agility and see how much your dog (and you) love it, it sure is addictive, and the path to your first competition is a...
Regardless of your dog’s speed or natural agility, all dogs deserve to be handled in a way that makes them confident on the agility course. This post is the second of the 2-part series by OneMind Dogs Coach Jenni Leino.
Puppies have a pretty intense teething process from the time they arrive in their new homes, until they’re about 6 months. Here’s how you can care for your pup’s teeth while they’re young, and throughout the rest of thei life.
Guided courses are the perfect bridge between the videos you see on our learning platform and the results you can achieve in your own backyard. They’re included in OneMind Dogs premium subscriptions and feature personalised feedback from our coaches.
OneMind Dogs online puppy training is totally different than your average puppy school. It’s simple, accessible and you can do it at your puppy’s pace. Read more to find out why we think training your puppy online is awesome.
One of the best parts about having such a diverse community of agility enthusiasts is hearing all of the stories of how OneMind Dogs came into people’s lives. Today, we’ll hear about OneMind Dogs community member Jacqui Angus’ journey with us.
No matter your location, language, age or experience — OneMind Dogs is for everyone. In this post, we’re sharing Heidi’s story of her experience with OneMind Dogs guided courses.
We believe that the key to a happy life with your dog is through building connection. Because when you really connect with your dog, and it feels like you’re two souls with one mind, it simply feels like magic.
Biting is a natural behavior for puppies. It might suck for us humans (because damn, those baby teeth hurt) but we have to understand that it’s their way of exploring the world, and it’s up to us to teach them the right way to use them in the human world