The goal of canine conditioning is to improve your dog’s strength, balance, and proprioception, thereby restoring or enhancing their mobility, health and performance. Canine conditioning is appropriate for a wide range of dogs, including canine athletes, senior dogs, puppies, pregnant dogs, and couch potatoes. Dogs who have medical conditions which could be impacted by conditioning or who have recently had surgery are required to have this form filled out by their vet prior to booking an appointment: Veterinary Clearance Form
Why train with a CPCFT?
- To reduce injuries.
- To build or regain strength.
- To improve balance and coordination.
- To train or retrain proprioception (body awareness)
- To help your dog lose weight safely and effectively
- To improve mobility
- To excel in the conformation ring or in dog sports.
- To build confidence
- To keep housebound or senior dogs active physically and mentally.
- To improve endurance
- To get a fair and accurate assessment of your dog’s strengths and weaknesses.
- For more information about the CPCFT qualification, please visit www.cpcftworldwide.com.