Dog Fitness

Just like with people, dogs require fitness. Dog fitness is specialized on getting the dog’s energy out and playing. We do fitness training with small breeds, such as Yorkshire Terriers, Dachshunds, Toy Poodles, and Chihuahuas. We also train Labradors, German Shepherds, Belgian Shepherds, and do fitness training with large dog breeds, such as English Mastiffs, Great Dane, Irish Wolfhound, Tibetan Mastiff,  Newfoundlands, and many others. Dog fitness exercises leg muscles, hind muscles, ankles, shoulders, back muscles, works the neck very well, the dog becomes brave and confident after finishing the fitness course, and has improved stress levels. Isn’t afraid of loud and sudden noises. Becomes more kind and drops any excess weight.

In order for a dog to be considered physically fit, he or she should run a minimum of 3 miles a day. However, not every dog owner has the time/ energy to dedicate to making this a possibility. A lot of the time, dog owners purchase expensive treadmills thinking it will provide an adequate substitution for the necessary amount of exercise a dog needs. In reality, a treadmill won’t solve this problem because the movement on a treadmill doesn’t provide the correct exercises that a dog needs every day.  A proper run includes jumps, hurdles over obstacles, sudden stops, changes in direction, moving through different obstacles, such as trees; jumping through tall grass, and more. This gives the dog an outlet for his or her energy and provides an internal massage for the dog’s organs.

Dog Fitness – Strengthening Moves

Our professional trainers will work with your dog to complete a “complex”. This complex includes sitting and getting up, which exercises hind & front legs, jumping through an agility course, crawling under specific obstacles, grabbing and biting special toys, playing with a toy that simulates hunting and takes all the dog’s energy out onto it; coordination of movement, improving vision, and working on the technique of jumps while going through the course. Our experts in dog physiology will work on muscle isolation exercises for the chest, shoulders, back, neck, and ankles and shins. These exercises get the dog’s energy out, make him or her fulfilled, brave, and improve better stress levels in reaction to sudden noises or changes in light.

Master Dog Training’s Fitness program also includes many different kinds of exercises, including swimming in the pool. After these exercises, the dog becomes healthier, friendlier and happier. Working with your dog during a dog fitness training course is extremely beneficial to both you and your dog. You will end up getting a work out along with your canine friend! If you have a physical disability that prevents you from participating in these activities, one of our professional trainers will gladly work with your dog through the course.

Dog Fitness Training is good for small breeds such as Yorkshire terriers, and large breeds such as Labradors and Golden Retrievers. This program is ideal for dogs that are overweight, and provides excellent muscle relief for breeds like Pitbulls. We highly recommend this program for any dog that takes part in showmanship competitions, as

Dog Fitness for small dogs, it’s a little bit different. For them there is a special class with different obstacles, and training a Chihuahua, toy terrier, pinscher, takes out any insecurity they might have, and makes them brave. Small dogs always joyfully come to our school. They swim in the pool with our trainers and run through the agility course, and do different exercises to get their energy out. This is a good way to spend time for your dog and for you.

We offer obedience dog training and aggressive dog training for every breed of dog, from small breeds, such as Yorkshire and toy terriers, miniature Pinschers, and Chihuahuas, to breeds such as Labradors, German shepherds, Golden Retrievers, Pitbulls, and Malinois, as well as many other dogs.

We also offer puppy obedience training  for puppies 2 months old and older!

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