What is a Canine Conditioning Program

Considerations to include when drawing up a Canine Conditioning Program for your dog

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Injury prevention and the canine athlete

This article I found very informative and certainly provides handlers of canine athletes with information on how we can assist our dogs to remain injury-free. by Amie Lamoreaux Hesbach, PT, DPT, CCRP, CCRT Empower Physio PeT, Maynard, MA The…
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The Stand

The importance of practising a Stand as a conditioning exercise and its progression.

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Dogs: Thinkers, not Machines

Sport dog rearing programmes and philosophies - yes there are many of them out there.   Many programmes centre on the concept of controlled resource allocation.  Heavy crate time, restrictive devices are generally called for, placing…
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Creating Your Exercise Plan Together

We get together in our live group discussion to create your Exercise Plan together.

Stepping Off and Up

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Getting Down On Downs

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Sitting For Strength

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Side Shuffle

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Ramp Up Your Walking!

Everyone will agree that walking your dog is essential.  But how can you increase output, effectiveness and results of your walks to purposefully improve sporting performance?

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The Sit – Is it really harmful? A review.

We look at a recent blog post explaining the harm and dangers of training the Sit.