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Power Of The Mind - part 1

Sweet little poodle Minttu tells a touching story of some dramatic events that ended up changing her whole life. This is the first part of a series of two blog posts.

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Agility Is Better With OneMind Dogs

My name is Paul Enriquez and I compete in agility with my wife Elga, we have been involved with agility in Australia right since the beginning in the early 1990’s. In those days, Australian agility was a lot more like obedience. Times change and so did agility, more thought went into courses which meant your handling also had to improve.

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CCC... Sequence – Free Exercise And Course Map!


Simple sequences with just a few jumps and a tunnel are the best way to practice applying handling techniques on a dog agility course and to see how the combination of the Three Cs - Connect, Commit, Cue - actually work. Try this exercise and find out which handling option works best for you and your dog!

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Little Envy Rocks Australian Agility Nationals

The Australian Agility Nationals come around once every two years and are held in a different state of Australia each time. As some of you might know, Australia is a big country so making the decision to attend the nationals often requires a great deal of travel and vacation days!

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Our Web Store Is Open!

Something old, something new, something golden, something blue! OneMind Dogs classics with a twist and OneMind Dogs Coaches' favourites are now available in our web store.

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Your Dog Can Read You From A Distance

Handling your dog with a method that relies more on body language than verbal commands is often perceived as needing to constantly be ahead of your dog. Is it true? Do you need to be able to outrun your dog to handle him with body cues?

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