OneMind Dogs Blog
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Our expert dog trainers believe in making training accessible for EVERYONE! That means giving you the power to start dog agility training right where you are. From your backyard to the local park, our Foundation for Agility program is designed for all dogs, even puppies. You don’t need any equipment to start building that magical connection with your canine companion today!
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.
Our story starts in 2003, with Finnish agility trainer and OneMind Dogs method creator, Janita Leinonen, and her border collie, Tekla. Their journey laid the foundation for what we represent today. But how did a top dog trainer and agility handler and her...
How do you get your dog to listen to you? In this post we will share the secrets to having a dog that values listening to you so strongly, that your life together will become so much easier 一 and more fun!
Bringing home a new puppy is exciting, but it’s also a big adjustment for both of you. If your puppy would rather go off on its own adventures than engage with you, it may be difficult to help them settle in or start puppy training. Luckily, there are ways to support their needs while building the bond between you.
There are over 30 OneMind Dogs handling techniques that will allow you to create a diverse agility toolbox. Depending on your style, you may use some of the same tools very often, and other tools only get pulled out occasionally. Having a diverse toolbox with many options means that you can handle any course, no matter what restrictions you might be working with.
Get your dog the best possible Christmas present this year — a OneMind Dogs gift card for unlimited fun and a strong bond that makes YOU the most important thing in your dog’s life.
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.