Canine Fitness & Conditioning

We all wish our dogs could live forever,

but did you know that you can extend the length and quality of your dog’s life through regular fitness and conditioning training?

Just like with humans, dogs benefit from good habits such as healthy diets and exercise. When you implement a regular fitness and exercise routine into your life, you feel better physically and mentally, right? Dogs that are unfit are more likely to develop body aches and pains, which can lead to behavior issues, as a dog in pain is likely to lash out when asked to do things that are uncomfortable or painful.

Our dogs benefit in the same ways that we do with regular fitness and conditioning programs, leading to a better quality of life!

Here are just a few of the benefits of adding a regular fitness training program to your dog’s life:

  • Builds the bond between dog and owner
  • Aids in managing your dog’s weight
  • Improves behavior training by reducing boredom
  • Builds confidence in puppies
  • Reduces the likelihood of the dog having joint issues or developing diabetes
  • Improves your dog’s mental & physical health
  • Increases your dog’s average life expectancy
  • Boosts your dog’s immune system by keeping the heart and internal organs healthy
  • Better performance for sport dogs
  • Decreases the chance and severity of injury by keeping your dog’s bones, muscles and tendons strong
  • Keeps sporting dogs in shape during off-season months
  • Helps senior dogs stay active and more mentally alert
  • Improves balance and coordination for sports such as agility contacts
  • Improves performance through strength and endurance conditioning

It doesn’t even take that long to include a fitness program into your dog’s life!

minutes of fitness exercises

times per week

will do wonders to keep your dog more physically fit as well as emotionally and mentally sharp!

Here are just a few of the benefits of adding a regular fitness training program to your dog’s life:

  • Builds the bond between dog and owner
  • Aids in managing your dog’s weight
  • Improves behavior training by reducing boredom
  • Builds confidence in puppies
  • Reduces the likelihood of the dog having joint issues or developing diabetes
  • Improves your dog’s mental & physical health
  • Increases your dog’s average life expectancy
  • Boosts your dog’s immune system by keeping the heart and internal organs healthy
  • Better performance for sport dogs
  • Decreases the chance and severity of injury by keeping your dog’s bones, muscles and tendons strong
  • Keeps sporting dogs in shape during off-season months
  • Helps senior dogs stay active and more mentally alert
  • Improves balance and coordination for sports such as agility contacts
  • Improves performance through strength and endurance conditioning

It doesn’t even take that long to include a fitness program into your dog’s life!

minutes of fitness exercises

times per week

will do wonders to keep your dog more physically fit as well as emotionally and mentally sharp!

The 5 areas to focus on in Canine Fitness training

Strength

Cardio

Balance

Flexibility

Mental

As a Certified Canine Fitness Trainer (CCFT), Wendy Taylor can help you incorporate canine fitness and conditioning into your dog’s routine to enhance your dog’s life and increase your bond together. Because your dog deserves the best life possible –

The Life of Riley