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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.
OneMind Dogs Coach Jessica Ajoux and Border Collie Fame(US) had an amazingly successful winning run at Westminster 2018. Watch Jessica analyse her winning performance in detail.
The inspiration to do better can come from many places, a book we read, a post on Facebook, or a competition we witness. Often we may find ourselves inspired by the people we meet in our everyday lives.
Most of Janita and Border Collie Fu’s competition runs are clean – no faults! But this time Fu missed an obstacle… But what actually caused it to happen? It’s a good idea to ask a friend to film your practice as well as competition runs, you might learn something eye-opening about your own performance!
Not all gambling is reserved for the casino! We aren’t talking about taking bets on the winning dogs. Gamblers is an agility game with a distance challenge. So put your wallet down and learn more about this fun game!
What if our dogs talked about us the way we talk about them? This episode of Funny Insights to Dog’s Perspective in Agility lets you look at high drive from the dog’s point of view. Is high drive really something worth complaining about or could you actually benefit from it?
Regardless of your dog’s speed or natural agility, all dogs deserve to be handled in a way that makes them confident on the agility course.
This is the second of the 2-part article by OneMind Dogs Coach Jenni Leino. You can read the first part here.
Agility is meant to to be fun. The ultimate goal is to connect with your dog in a unique way. Sometimes agility can become stressful if you have set unrealistic expectations. Here are a few ways to bring fun back into agility and make you and your dog the best team you can be...
Read the first of the 2-part article by OneMind Dogs Coach Jenni Leino.
In only 12 months of competing with her two Pembroke Welsh Corgis, Canadian OneMind Dogs pack member Rae Staseson and her dog Cody qualified for Nationals in Langley, British Columbia!