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Defining your population

We know that when it comes to people there is no ‘one size fits all’ programming. What works for me in terms of a fitness regimen won’t necessarily work for you or vice versa. The same holds true when it

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Physical Fitness And Rehabilitation In The Canine Athlete

Preparedness and the ability to perform functional movements at a higher more advanced level is paramount in athletic performance. Whether you are a human or animal athlete, preparing the body for the job at hand will produce better results, and

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 to use FitPAWS® – INTRODUCE THE BALL TO YOUR DOG

    “How in the world do you get a dog on that a FitPAWS® ball?” We hear that ALL the time. Don’t worry, it’s a fun question to answer!…    

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Exercise as a means to strengthen the human-canine bond

The human animal bond dates back for centuries. From the horses that helped plow our fields to the cats that took care of the mice and rat populations in our communities, we have co-existed with animals, and built a symbiotic

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Can Exercise Really Make Your Dog Smarter?

Author: Genevieve Cahill  The effects of exercise on neural pathways in the brain including plasticity and neurogenesis. Most of us are familiar with the physical benefits of exercise such as weight loss, endurance, lowered risk of disease, or increased muscles mass.

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

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Information: Ann Harmes Owner, Camddwr Canine, LTD sales@camddwrcanine.co.uk Camddwr Canine, LTD & FitPAWS® Bring Canine Conditioning to Crufts FitPAWS Empowers Attendees to Improve Canine Performance In & Out of the Ring

The Certified Canine Fitness Trainer Program (CCFT)

CCFT ON-LINE COURSE + LIVE LAB = CERTIFIED CANINE FITNESS TRAINER CREDENTIAL FitPAWS® is a proud sponsor of the Certified Canine Fitness Trainer Credential (CCFT) CCPDT (Certification Council of Professional Dog Trainers) and the IAABC (International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants

Protected: Working with Myelopathy’s

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Canine Strength Exercise – Sit To Stand

Sit to Stand is a strengthening exercise that can also be used as a warm up activity.This exercise will help warm up and prepare the muscles, joints and connective tissues for the challenges of many activities from running to agility.

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