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The aim of the exercise is to develop your ability to find many handling options in one sequence, while at the same time, allowing you to practice the application of a variety of OneMind Dogs handling techniques consecutively.
Learn some guidelines for how often and how long to train your dog
In what kind of situations can you apply the Grab to Weaves technique? You can find an example from a training course by OMD Coach Mikko Aaltonen in this article!
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Learn how to teach your food motivated dog to find value in toys and play.
This time we challenge you to handle the serpentines and threadles without arms!
After practicing the Lap Turn, the Double Lap Turn and the Backlap with the help of the handling technique videos, you can now take your training to the next level by applying the techniques in a sequence!
Learn a handling technique called the Flick! A Flick turns your dog away from you in a 270-360 degree circle around the wing of a jump.
After practicing the Japanese with the help of the handling technique video, you can now take your training to the next level by applying the technique in a sequence!
How many wings can you put between yourself and your dog and handle the turns from a distance?