OneMind Dogs Blog
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Agility is meant to to be fun. The ultimate goal is to connect with your dog in a unique way. Sometimes it can become stressful if you’ve set unrealistic expectations. Here are a few ways to bring fun back into agility and be the best team you can be.
Puppy proofing your home is a must before your pup arrives home. Not only will it keep your sanity in check, but it’ll keep your puppy safe too! Read our 11 tips for preparing your home for a puppy — no more mysteriously exploded cushions!
Why is keeping a puppy to a schedule helpful? While puppies can adapt to basically anything, some puppies thrive on a daily routine and a schedule. Having some structure to their day can help them feel safe, and make the human world feel more predictable for...
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.
If you’re a puppy owner, you’ll know too well those moments of total mayhem. You might look at your usually cute and calm bundle of fur and think: ‘who are you, and what have you done with my puppy?’. So why does it happen, and how can you tire them out?
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.
Five years ago, Nicole Levesque wrote about her journey with OneMind Dogs. Recently, we spoke to Nicole to see how she’s progressing – what she had to share brought our team to tears.
About 87-90% of humans are right-handed. But what about our dogs – do they have a dominant paw? Read this excerpt from a Premium article on the lead leg, written by our leading Coach and method creator, Janita Leinonen.
Training a puppy is hard work – particularly if you’re a single puppy parent. The good news is, you don’t have to do it alone! Check out these 5 places you can find support and advice while training your puppy.