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Anna Eifert - April 2016

Anna Eifert will be returning to Stars & Stripes Agility April 23-27 for five days of training. This will be a great opportunity to learn about OneMind Dog (OMD) techniques and how to improve communication with your dog on course - right before Regionals!


There are five one-day seminars available, each running 8:30-12:30 and 1:30-5:30.

Saturday, April 23 (FULL) -  Young Dog skills & handling

Sunday, April 24 (FULL) - Young dog sequencing & coursework (no contacts)

Monday, April 25 (FULL) - Advanced/Masters level skills & handling

Tuesday, April 26 (FULL) - Advanced/Masters level handling & coursework

Wednesday, April 27 - International skills & handling


It his highly recommended that participants in Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday sessions have previous exposure to OMD techniques.


There are 10 working spots per session.  The cost for a working spot is $185/day.  Auditing is available for $60/day.  Half payment is due as soon as possible; full payment for working spots due by April 23.  


Light snacks and beverages will be available daily.  You can bring your own lunch or visit one of the local restaurants.  Shade is available for participating dogs, but please bring umbrellas/canopies and chairs for humans.  Please do not bring unentered dogs.  


To register e-mail Barbara Mah at


About Anna

Anna Eifert is a OneMind Dogs trained coach and international competitor, having made the podium at several events on the world stage.  Anna bring a wealth of experience training and competing in agility - starting with a Miniature Bull Terrier, Giovanni.  She has also run Belgian Shepherds, Schipperke, and Border Collies.  Anna has been teaching Agility seminars since 2007, and in 2015 was selected to become an OMD coach.


Her current dogs are Border Collie Nevian and Miniature Bull Terrier Dú.


In 2006, then two-year-old Nevian won the Silver Medal at the FCI Agility World Championships in Basel, Switzerland.  Since 2006, Anna has represented Hungary at the AWC for an additional seven years (2007-2012, 2014).  She has also competed and medaled in other major international events, including Crufts and IFCS, but she says that the most important thing is that she still has the incredible feeling that Nevian is so special after every run.


Some results with Nevian:

2006 - FCI Agility World Championships, Switzerland - 2nd

2008 - Border Collie Classic, Netherlands - 2nd

2009 - Hungarian National Champion

2010 - Crufts (British Open and International), Great Britain - 1st

2012 - IFCS World Championships, USA - 1st (Biathlon World Champion)

2013 - Hungarian National Champion


In 2011, Anna added Miniature Bull Terrier Dú to her family.  Dú has a "Border Collie brain with a terrier spirit."  She learns everything easily and is teaching Anna, too.  Dú is just starting to step up on the podium in her competitive career.


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