FitPaws® Balance Discs

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  • Beginner Balance Training
  • General Fitness
  • Rehabilitation

Changing the level of air in the cushion will encourage your dog to engage different muscles to maintain balance. The micro-movements created in the body from the act of balancing will strengthen the core and limbs. Balance Disc comes in 2 sizes 14” (35.5 cm) and 22” (55.8 cm).

FitPaws® 14″ Balance Disc:
• *14” (13.5 cm) Balance Platform
• 2 Surface Textures – Ribbed/Bumps
• Use Separately or Combine Multiple Discs
• Online Product usage Guidelines

Recommended Breeds:
Yorkie, Toy Poodle, Dachshund, ShihTzu, Chihuahua, Pugs, Pomeranian, Maltese, Boston Terrier , Sheltie, Corgi, Beagle, Mini Schnauzer, English Bulldog, Bichon Frise, Australian Shepherd, Border Collie, Labrador

FitPaws® Giant Balance Disc:
• *22” (35.5 cm )Balance Platform
• 2 Textures – Smooth/Bumps
• Online Product usage Guidelines

Use One (1) or Two (2) 22″ Discs for These Breeds:
Australian Shepherd, Border Collie, Golden Retriever, Labrador, Boxer, Standard Poodle, Rottweiler, Mastiff, Great Dane, Newfoundland, German Shepherd

Smaller Breeds Use 14″ Disc

*Approx size

Product Inflation Guide

Exercise Walkthrough


Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 5 × 10 in

14", 22"


Blue, Razzleberry


How to Inflate

 Inflation TIP:

Adjust the inflation of your equipment to match the fitness level and the specific exercise that you are asking your dog to perform.

No air is great for puppies, seniors and dogs who generally need to improve proprioception/limb awareness (nubby side up), medium inflation is a great place to start, and over-inflated provides a flat top for better foot placement but can also add a level of difficulty to any exercise.

Your FitPaws® Balance Disc

To add more air to the  Balance Disc, use a pump with a needle attachment. The inflation hole is on the side of the disc with the sensory bumps, located three rows in from the outside. Make sure the needle is pushed all the way in and flush with the disc before inflating with more air.

To remove air from the Balance Disc, remove the needle attachment from the pump and place it in the inflation hole of the disc. Then squeeze the disc until the desired air amount is removed from the disc.

Inflate disc slowly and if you start to see a divot/dent starting, stop inflating and let it rest. Try to push the dent in to reshape before continuing with inflation.

Recommendation is to inflate slowly over 24 hour time period.