At OneMind Dogs, we offer more than just effective puppy and dog training. We’re in the business of making dogs’ lives better by helping people become amazing owners and teammates.
For all of the aspiring agility champions out there, we’ve got you covered with articles from our top coaches about agility competitions, mindset and more.
OneMind Dogs Assistant Coach Attila Varga often trains and competes with a wide variety of dogs. His handling and training proves that the OneMind Dogs method applies to any kind of dog. There are always differences between individual dogs, so you may choose...
No matter what dog activities you like to share with your pup, warm-ups and cooldowns are essential to their health and safety.
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!
These 5 points are simple changes, once you understand them and make the change, your Q rates will increase. Even without any additional training for your dog.
What do you do when you are a motivated dog agility competitor and you injure yourself? You walk!
When it comes to dog agility training, what suits your team better — online or in-person? Get some tips to help you decide!
Over 6 years ago, OneMind Dogs Leading Coach Jaakko Suoknuuti wrote this article about agility from the dog’s perspective vs. our human perspective. Read more to find out how he realised his dogs were correct all along, and why it’s important to trust them.