About this course
Love agility? Love your dog? Of course you do! Join Stella (Registered Physiotherapist (Canada) and Diploma Canine Rehabilitation) in this important, educational and helpful webinar to learn how to help your canine be the fittest partner possible!
Want to make sure you and your canine partner are ready to run, jump, stop, start and turn with the least stress to you both possible? Looking for ideas and exercises and things to DO with your dog to maximize fitness and minimize injury? Not sure how to make fitness for your young dog different to fitness for your older canine?
You really want to be part of this presentation.
Join Stella Barnett (a registered Physiotherapist and active dog sports competitor trainer and rehab specialist) from Paws In Motion Canine Fitness to learn how to assess your dog's fitness for the sport that makes addicts of many of us and then how to build better condition for the sport.
Practical and with lots of examples that you will refer to again and again (It's a good thing you'll get access to the recording afterwards) Stella is looking forward to sharing her passion for fitness and her love of this great game! Have questions? Bring them to the live session Feb 26 at 730 pm ET - conversations with Stella are always informative, educational and important!
If you can't attend live the recording will be useful too!
Stella is a Registered Physiotherapist with almost 20 years of experience assessing and treating people, specializing in musculoskeletal injuries. She has a post-graduate Diploma in Canine Rehabilitation and has been assessing and treating dogs since 2012. She treats dogs of all ages, sizes, breeds and activity levels, and focuses on force-free assessment and treatment. She teaches canine conditioning and fitness for agility classes and is an active dog sports competitor.
You can learn more about Stella and her work here!
Ayoka is a CPDT - KA and an approved Canadian Association of Rally Obedience (CARO) Judge. She has been a dog training instructor since 2008. Training and showing in a variety of performance venues including agility, tracking, herding, and rally obedience and conformation has really helped her understand the way breaking things down and seeking clarity in instruction and competing can lead to success.
Rottweilers are her passion and her two beautiful girls are herding, and playing other sports with joy and success.
For more about Ayoka click the Rotten Dog Blog
We hope you can join us!!
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