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Nicole - The Road Warrior

Nicole Levesque drove altogether about 8,000 miles last year to attend to OneMind Dogs seminars. Since Nicole has a lot of experience on being on the road, we asked her to share her tips for driving long distances with dogs.

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I Run By Choice

The image of young and athletic OneMind Dogs agility handlers who run super fast seems to have stuck in people's minds. Did you know that most of these handlers are able to clear all kinds of agility courses without one single running step?

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Canine Anti-Doping - Good Or Bad

Janita Leinonen, the leading OneMind Dogs Coach got a first hand experience with canine anti-doping testing last summer. She wrote an article about the things that went through her mind during the testing process and while waiting for the test results.

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Aiming For Independent Weaves

In OneMind Dogs obstacle training, our goal is to teach the dogs to clear the obstacles regardless of the handler's movement or position. Weaving poles are one of the obstacles where an independent obstacle performance helps a lot: the handler can move to a better position for handling the next sequence while the dog is weaving.

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Connection, Happy Faces & Team Spirit

OMD CAMP 2015 brought together agility handlers and their dogs from all over the United States and Canada. The atmosphere and team spirit during the 4-day long event at McCannDogs was simply amazing: people were supporting each other, cheering and giving high fives. Take a look at some highlights and read what the participants had to say about the camp!

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