agility training

Ole Kristoffer Sagløkken: Always quality before quantity in agility training

Ole Kristoffer Sagløkken: Always quality before quantity in agility training

Ole started his agility career 9 years ago with 2-year-old cairn terrier Bonsak, and although he challenged Ole in many ways. Now he competes with pyrenean shepherd Evo, who has had totally different challenges with her fears. But Ole has succeeded with the both! How is that possible?

An interview with Jenna Caloander: How to turn your agility failures into strengths

An interview with Jenna Caloander: How to turn your agility failures into strengths

Jenna Caloander already has an impressive career in agility, and most probably, there’s more to come. When asked which topic in agility is especially important to her, she says, without hesitation, “The right attitude towards failures”. Read how to turn your agility failures into strengths!

Why we built AgiNotes?

Why we built AgiNotes?

During the almost two years we’ve spent building the concept, there have been several times when I almost gave up. But I didn’t and here’s why: I love dog agility. I really do. And I love dogs. And I love competing. And I think most of us would succeed even better if we had more data and more focus. Here’s how the whole idea of AgiNotes started.