dog agility

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?

The 8th Norwegian Open offered very fast courses with amazing flow

The 8th Norwegian Open offered very fast courses with amazing flow

Jan Egil Eide started organizing the Norwegian Open, when, about 10 years ago: “The most important competition in Norway was our national championship. The surface was terrible and it was just bad for the sport. I started to think that what if we organized a competition of the competitors’ choice.”

Becky Sinclair: Do your dog justice - Do mental prep

Becky Sinclair: Do your dog justice - Do mental prep

A bit nervous to compete? Having a hard time concentrating? Is someone watching me and thinking I’m not good enough? Not good enough for my dog? There are so many different thoughts that can hold us back in competitions, and also in training. Mental aspects play a huge role in success. It’s, of course, easier to be self confident, when your dog is well trained, but, according to Becky Sinclair, the founder of the “Agility mental prep” group on Facebook, we should, nonetheless, work more on our mental skills to get better in agility.

Agility saves lives – the story of Angelica Prytz

Agility saves lives – the story of Angelica Prytz

Imagine that you’d suddenly get the flu, that just wouldn’t go away, and, instead, it would get worse and worse. Months and years would pass but instead of getting better, your muscles and joints would be sore and get cramps, your blood pressure would be high, and your body would just shut down. The pain would be so bad that you would pass out and you would lose your muscles, not being able to even brush your own hair. And doctors would keep saying that you would never get better. All this happened to young Angelica Prytz, who, until then, had been very active and loved life. Read how agility saved her life!

Avallon cup - rodeo show atmosphere helps agility competitors exceed their limits

Avallon cup - rodeo show atmosphere helps agility competitors exceed their limits

Avallon Cup is a 4-day event held yearly in Avallon in Burgundy, France. It’s unlike any other high level agility competition. In 2018, there were 4 competition fields, 1500 competitors from 23 countries and 12 of Europe's top judges. Read what the owner of the event, Fabrice Laligant, thinks about the changes in dog agility and what we should be aware of, based on his observations during Avallon Cup 2018.

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.