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Veronika Nagy is a OneMind Dogs Assistant Coach from Hungary, who besides coaching and competing is also a judge at high level agility competitions. On November 4-5, 2017 she is judging the Hungarian National Championship.
This is the second part in our blog series, where we highlight successful agility athletes who are driving the sport forward and inspiring the agility community. Read the first part of our series.
Are you about to get a new puppy, or perhaps wondering how to start your agility journey with a puppy you’ve just acquired? We had a chat with OneMind Dogs Assistant Coach Stefanie Rainer, who is very much focused on this topic right now with her 11-month old female Border Collie, Believe. Stefanie had a lot of excellent advice for people who want to set their puppy up for success in agility.
How does the OneMind Dog method work for total beginner handlers and dogs? Heidi Lemmetyinen and Petey tried it out.
Some of you may remember our earlier story about Australian OneMind Dogs pack member Cornelia Kluck and her service dog and agility partner, Panda. Panda is a bone fracture support dog recruited by Aussie Angels and aside from helping Cornelia with everyday tasks such as groceries and medications, the pair are a successful and well know agility team, who have gained their Agility Dog Association of Australia (ADAA) Agility Champion title since our last interview with Cornelia.
People sometimes (mistakenly!) assume that the OneMind Dogs method is difficult and that you have to be an elite agility athlete with years of experience to start learning it. This could not be further from the truth. All dogs everywhere in the world intuitively understand the method, and it isn’t actually that difficult for the humans, either!
Mary Champagne, a OneMind Dogs instructor trainee in Connecticut has been teaching agility for several years. While she loves being an instructor she had been missing the ability to train with her own dogs more regularly and get feedback from others.
This is a monthly series, where we highlight top trainers, coaches and handlers, who are influencing and inspiring others in the agility community.