FitPAWS in the Media

News and features about FitPAWS Products


by Ian Lecklitner –  staff writer at MEL Magazine. – Oct. 2020

Humans usually rely on weights, treadmills, stationary bikes and sometimes even electrical pulses to achieve beefcake status. And yet, we often assume that leisurely walks are enough for our dogs. But is that really enough, or should we all invest in dog exercise equipment? Sonya Courtney of FitPAWS and Bradley Phifer, executive director of the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers, help us answer all of our questions about dog exercise equipment.  >>> Read Full Article

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Rehab for dogs? Some owners turn to physical therapy to manage chronic pain, avoid costly surgery

Karen Angel
Special to USA TODAY

Hartley does balancing exercises and gets a massage as part of her physical therapy at River Canine Rehabilitation in Springfield, Missouri. (Shown FitPAWS K9FITbone and FitPAWS Balance Disc.) Canine rehabilitation is a growing field that, in cases like Hartley’s, can be used as an alternative to surgery. Courtesy Of Bryan Lindsay 

Canine rehab is a growing field. This year Americans are expected to spend almost $19 billion on veterinary care, including rehab, up from about $15 billion five years ago, according to the American Pet Products Association in Stamford, Connecticut.

Rehab is now routinely recommended for dogs after debilitating surgery and injuries, and also is increasingly being used as an alternative to surgery and as a method to stimulate elderly dogs’ brains and give them a sense of renewed purpose.


Finding the latest pet trends with benefits at SuperZoo

Petrendologist Charlotte Reed with her dog, Teign, stopped by Fox 5 Las Vegas to discuss the latest pet industry trends that affect both pets and their people with morning Anchor Jason Feinberg.

What are the latest pet trends that will impact pet owners and their furry friends? While in ‪#‎LasVegas‬ for ‪#‎SuperZoo, one of the largest pet industry trade shows, Petrendoloigst ‪#‎CharlotteReed‬ with her dog-Teign stopped by ‪#‎Fox5LasVegas‬ to discuss with ‪#‎JasonFeinberg‬ some of the latest trends that affect pets and their people. She suggested that by researching pet product choices, pet owners are promoting health, wellness and the animal-human bond.



DMV-3603 products to get pets back to peak condition

FitPAWS Peanut featured at DMV 360 – Your canine patients can strut their stuff with confidence with the aid of these veterinary rehabilitation products. Read more >>>>>>


Global Pet Expo shows off weird, wonderful, waste-worthy

Kate SantichContact Reporter Orlando Sentinel

With nearly 53 percent of American dogs overweight, for instance, the Blue-9/FitPAWS Canine Gym In A Box  drew a lot of interest — for those times when your pooch needs some exercise but you don’t want to venture out of doors.

Using what looks like a step stool, balance ball and balance disks you’d find at a human gym, dog obedience competitor Jamie Popper put her Australian shepherd, Roo, through a series of steps, lunges, stretches and poses on the equipment. >>>>>>Read More

Camddwr Canine, LTD & FitPAWS® Bring Canine Conditioning to Crufts

FitPAWS Empowers Attendees to Improve Canine Performance In & Out of the Ring

Birmingham, England – March 10, 2016 – International canine fitness leader, FitPAWS® is pleased to announce they will be exhibiting at Crufts at the NEC Birmingham this year.

Partnering with United Kingdom distributor, Camddwr Canine, LTD, FitPAWS is sure to cause a stir at this year’s show. With its unique blend of canine agility, balance and core-strengthening products, FitPAWS is a perfect fit for the show and for dog breeders, exhibitors and pet enthusiasts alike. >>>>>>Read More