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For Dog Sports


Do you particpate in Agility, Flyball, Gundog training or other sport?

Is your dog not balanced on the dog walk, hitting jumps, favouring a side on the weaves, anxious of other dogs during events?


This is a great way to keep your dog fit (physically, mentally and emotionally)...


Available from November


Dog Sports package Includes:


  • 2 Hour TTouch 1-2-1 workshop including body work, body wraps and groundwork to improve body awareness and proprioception, relieve tension and inflammation, increase human-dog bond and general wellbeing.

  • Plus up to 6 x 1 hour sessions (depending upon dog's health and needs) Includes assessment (weight bearing, Gait, ROM, muscle measurements using Gulick II tape measure), warm ups / cool downs, foundation behaviours, front / rear body awareness and conditioning equipment. We'll put a fitness plan together to suit your events and lifestyle

Only £150 for 1 dog (50% discount for additional dog in household)



  • Improves balance, proprioception, flexibility and endurance

  • Concentrating on balance, strength, flexbility, cardio and mental exercises

  • Strengthens and conditions muscles, bones & tendons

  • Mental stimulation to improve cognitive abilities

  • Physical stimulation

  • Builds confidence

  • Helps with behavioural problems

  • Increases body awareness

  • Prevents injury

  • Slows down ageing


Key points to remember:

  • Do a warm up before and cool down after exercise to prevent injury

  • Use rewarding treats, but remember to reward the chosen behaviour as soon as it happens

  • Exercises should be carried out using the correct form

  • Know your dog's body language when tired, stressed or lame

  • Have fun with your dog!


Important information before participating in exercise:

Before starting any exercise program, your dog should be checked by the vet to rule out any injury, including hip displaysia. Please consult with the vet, physiotherapist or rehabilitation professional first to prevent further injury to undiagnosed problem.


Interesting further reading:

Exercise as a means to strengthen the human-canine bond




Can exercise really make your dog smarter?


Physical Fitness and rehabilitation in dogs


FitPAWS and Camddwr Canine, Ltd at Crufts in March 2017



Special Package

Springer Loaded Canine Fitness...

For Dog Sports

UK's Only Qualified TTouch Practitioner + FitPAWS Master Trainer / CCFT

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