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Cheryl Karnes and Bonny Baker, two sisters from Georgetown, Texas, drove all the way to Northern California to attend the OneMind Dogs Seminars in March. The ladies spent the whole two weeks at the event in Morgan Hill and got a chance to work with all the Finnish coaches.
We thought it would be great to hear a bit more about these two, true OneMind Dogs fans so we asked Cheryl and Bonny to share both their seminar experiences as well as their whole OneMind Dogs journey with us all!
We are super excited to announce the launch of our cooperation with the top pet supplies retail chain in the Nordics, Musti and Mirri! Together we will be able to leverage the method and give all dogs and their people the opportunity to have a better life together.
First handlers were Gambling and now they are playing billiards? Not exactly… while the agility version of Snooker was derived from the billiards game, it is actually much different - and more fun in our opinion!
The Chicken, or The Egg? Gamblers courses are often referred to as ‘distance challenges’ - but which came first? Which should you focus on when training for Gamblers: distance or strategy?
At the 1st International Conference on Animal Training Methods in Warsaw from November 18-19,2017, OneMind Dogs Coach Magdalena Ziolkowska and PhD Anna Reinholz showed how we use the results of scientific research to train future agility champions.
I have been working with the OneMind Dogs office team for almost a year now so it was about time I saw some live OneMind Dogs action. This weekend I finally got to experience it when attending the last day of the OneMind Dogs California seminars. Needless to say I was excited.
End of February some of the leading Finnish OneMind Dogs Coaches started their trip to California to finally kick of the long planned OneMind Dogs California Seminars on 1st of March.
Picture this: It has been blistering cold outside all day, you drove home from work in a snowstorm dreaming about cuddling up on the couch with a fuzzy blanket and a hot chocolate… But when you get home your dog is bouncing off the walls and really needs activity!! What do you do?
One of the things that defines the OneMind Dogs method is continuous learning. Our coaches are always learning new things from each other, their students, and most importantly their dogs.
There is a lot of planning that goes into a successful Gamblers run – you have to know your dog’s ability, speed and likelihood of completing the distance challenges in order to plan your ideal run.