Learn how to start building a strong foundation for handling your dog from a distance.
We have received several questions about the Tunnel Brake, where and when to use it. We have collected some "real-life" examples from competition courses.
OneMind Dogs coaches are faced with all kinds of challenges in their work. Jaakko was asked to come up with ways to handle a dog with as little running as possible.
Learn the Whisky Cross! The Whisky Cross is a Rear Cross that is executed at a very tight angle, with an approach from the side or backside of the jump. Your dog is unable to commit to the obstacle early as he won’t see the bar on approach, which makes the technique challenging for some dogs.
Be creative when training! The inspiration for this challenge came from a competition course by Italian judge Ermanno D’Avino.
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Test your dog's skills! In the fourth official Training Challenge we are practicing forward send.
Here's the other video presenting different styles of handling a course, using the same set up as in Course Training 1.
OMD methodology gives a lot of options for handlers and enables a lot of different handling styles. Watch the videos and get some tips for your course training.
Learn a handling technique called German Turn. This technique is used in a S-pattern on a jump when the handler needs to switch sides. The tighter the line needed upon exit, the later the Blind Cross should be performed.
The third official Training Challenge is called "Handling without hands".