Category: Canine Rehab

Exercise Idea Infographics

Exercise Idea infographics are on many product pages on our website, but we put them all here in one place!*Please Note: infographics are primarily designed to be digital content. If you would like a higher resolution PDF, please contact us

What “cue” do you use??

by Bobbie Lyons, CCFT. KPA CTP To obtain the pushup position above, the dog had to know front foot targeting, rear foot targeting, and nose touch hold. What cue do you use??

Supporting a Client Through an Injury or Surgery

Anyone involved in sports or fitness knows that strains, sprains, and injuries are just part of the game. No one can predict when or where an injury will occur, but if does happen we can arm ourselves with the knowledge

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Top Five Reasons To Hire A Canine Fitness Expert

When it comes to starting a canine fitness program, often times people struggle with where to begin. What kind of equipment do you buy? What exercises are right for your dog? How often should you exercise? What happens if your

How FitPAWS® Equipment Benefits Tripawds®

  Core and limb strength is very important, but for dogs who have been through amputation it is absolutely vital. That strength powers their getting back to a happy and healthy life in a much shorter time. How?

Protected: Working with Myelopathy’s

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The Great American FitPAWS® Donut Workout… For Dogs!

Full body conditioning is fun with these great exercises on the FitPAWS® Donut or TRAX Donut! The Donut may be used as a balance training tool or for core strengthening for small dogs that may be overwhelmed by the Peanut .

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Our Fans Ask: Compare FitPAWS® with Yoga Equipment

One of our Facebook fans asks: “What’s the difference between FitPAWS® equipment and regular yoga equipment for people?” This great question comes up a lot, so let’s dig in…

CanineGym K9FITbone™ Exercise Card – Power Paws

Integrate instability training to develop strength, endurance, proprioception, balance and flexibility with the K9FITbone™ or the  new Giant K9FITbone (coming in July) . The new balance disc shaped like a bone provides fun and a greater sense of dog aesthetics. It

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Stretching your dog is important for their health and flexibility

Not only does stretching and flexibility it promote better range of motion, but better circulation, and more oxygen to the muscles. If your dog is especially sensitive during a stretch, please seek advice and instruction from your Veterinarian or Canine

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