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Finnish agility judge Salme Mujunen challenged handlers to handle a backside jump from a distance. Watch the video and find out the rules!
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We caught up the fresh double World Champion Pavol Vakonic. What’s the secret behind Pavol’s amazing results?
Are you looking for a theme to your training this week? How about focusing on Blind Crosses?
OneMind Dogs coaches have been very busy travelling the world for the last few weeks :) Tuulia Liuhto travelled to Zaragoza, Spain, Jenni Leino was in Colorado and North Carolina, USA and many lovely students and OMD Coaches visited Finland to train with us here. Thank you #OMDpack, it has been a lot of FUN!
Rewarding is an important part of each exercise. Plan it well before you start practicing with your dog.
Even if you teach your dog to perform obstacles independently, there can be situations on competition courses where the dog could use your assistance.
As the sport of agility develops, and the speed of the dogs increases, safety issues become more and more important. We asked the OMD Coaches around the world, what in their opinion is the number 1 safety issue in agility that they would like to have fixed.
"I have been studying OMD handling techniques from the technique videos. What should I focus on next?"
Are you already familiar with the OneMind Dogs handling techniques? Do you want to test your knowledge and try to identify the techniques and their combinations from a video? Take the "Name the techniques" test!
Don’t try to use playing tug as a reward until your dog loves playing with you in different surroundings and different situations.