Improving your dog’s fitness and health can increase their lifespan and limit vet visits as they get older. It reduces their risk of sports-related injury, joint problems, and arthritis. Dogs who are conditioned and healthy tend to live happier and more playful lives
Work through four levels of fitness and earn your fitness titles.
FLEXIBILITY - Flexibility describes one's ability to move joints in a complete range of motion with ease. Kyra's exercises revolve around stretching that will lengthen a dog's muscles over time.
BALANCE - The focus of balance is evenly distributing weight in order to maintain upright in a steady position. Balance exercises will aide your dog in avoiding future injuries.
STAMINA - Also known as cardio, a dog must have strong stamina to remain active for a long time. Exercises as simple as jogging will increase endurance, decrease anxiety, and reduce the development of chronic diseases.
COORDINATION - Like humans, dogs need to be familiar with how to move their body and muscles in an orderly manner. Coordination exercises are a key component of fitness therapy, as they allow dogs to learn new motor skills and develop muscle memory.
STRENGTH - Training a dog to build strength and complete tasks such as jumping over a high hurdle will help protect bone health and muscle mass.
Work through four levels of fitness and earn your titles as you go.