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.
Articles and tips on starting agility foundation training with your puppy or beginner dog — whether you plan to compete or not, agility is crazy fun.
Kishu Inus were originally big game hunting dogs from rural, Northern Japan. how do they fare in agility? Read Reetta’s story about their agility journey, and why doing online agility training is best for their duo.
Foundation training impacts your future agility career with your dog more than you might realize. Even if your dog seems to breeze through any new task you give him, it’s always best to start from the basics.
Agility for puppies and young dogs is all about fun games and exercises that prepare them for learning dog agility in the future. Check out these 5 topics that your puppy can start learning today!
Training agility at home this summer? Whether you want to jump, weave or practice contacts, it’s all possible! Check out these 6 super easy agility obstacles you can DIY at home.
With all the extra time at home right now, what a better opportunity to get back to basics and make sure your dog has all the essential skills for running agility courses. It’s a perfect time to troubleshoot and fix minor issues that your usual busy schedule doesn’t...
As the holidays get closer, and many of you will have an opportunity to spend some quality time with your dogs, we wanted to give you some new exercises to practice: we’ve added four new lessons to the Foundation for Agility course! The best thing about...
Foundation for Agility is a new online course from OneMind Dogs for puppies and beginner dogs. When Leading OneMind Dogs Coach Janita Leinonen tested her creation for the first time years ago, all of the four puppies ended up in the national team at a young...