DOGS4MOTION ACADEMY
FOR ACTIVE
DOGS

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DOGS4MOTION ACADEMY
FOR ACTIVE DOGS

Welcome to our online platform for your canine athlete, providing you with useful information and knowledge in form of training courses, self-study programs, and webinars!

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Our featured online dog training courses

FUNdamentals K9
Conditioning course
Discover the expert secrets of canine conditioning in a fun, easy and effective way. Plus reduced the risk for injuries at the same time. Step by step. In as little as 10 minutes per day.
Agility Dynamics in Control​ course
Maximize their precision and speed on the field, decrease injury risk, and boost their mental abilities and focus, with the help of our agility centered canine conditioning exercise course.

FUNdamentals K9
Conditioning course for Seniors

Transform your senior dog’s life with our 6-week guided workout plans! 20 enjoyable exercises in just 5-10 minutes a day—promote health, happiness, and vitality. Trusted, effective, and science-backed.

FUNdamentals K9 Conditioning course for Puppies

Elevate Your Puppy’s Wellness with Quick and Fun At-Home Exercises! Strengthen the bond with your furry companion and enhance their overall health with our thoughtfully curated fitness program.

Foundations of Agility Fitness

Elevate your dog’s agility with easy-to-follow workout plans. Boost strength, balance, and flexibility while minimizing injury risk. Master the foundations at home for a top-notch agility athlete!

Let’s Learn Dog Massage

Master the 4 fundamental techniques of dog massage and get ready to aid your dog by reducing stress, increasing relaxation, relieving pain, addressing anxiety and depression, and improving general wellness, with these simple techniques.
Warm-Up / Cool-Down routine Agility specific course
Discover how to properly warm up your canine athlete before every dog training session and competition, and cool down after.
Warm-Up / Cool-Down routine Obedience specific course
The warm-up not only prepares the whole body system: nervous system, cardiovascular system, metabolism, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments, it also leads to an immediate improvement in performance, and helps reduce the risk of injury.

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Agility related courses

Essential Agility Training Skills

Through practical exercises, your dog will learn obstacle-related technical skills (such as single jump skills, verbal cue discrimination, specific tunnel behaviours, sequencing, and more.), you will become a better handler, and master your body language and cues.

Agility Dynamics in
Control​ course

Maximize their precision and speed on the field, decrease injury risk, and boost their mental abilities and focus, with the help of our agility centered canine conditioning exercise course.

Warm-Up / Cool-Down routine Agility specific course
Discover how to properly warm up your canine athlete before every dog training session and competition, and cool down after.

Puppy Goals for Agility

Start building the foundation for a successful agility journey by establishing teamwork and increasing body awareness. Discover the importance of starting early and building a strong understanding with your pup.

Dog school courses by Chasing the Tale

Fetching
Manners
Establish a trustful relationship with your dog, build behaviours that will give both of you more freedom, and shape your dog into a well-rounded companion, with the help of our knowledge and guidance.
Solid Startline Stay

Master your dog’s startline stay in 3 steps, 5 minutes a day! From improving trust and handling distractions to elevating your handler performance, our proven methods bridge the gap between training and competition.

A piece of Cake Dog Ownership 10 – days challenge
An intro into clicker training, theory on why bad dogs don’t exist, guides on building effective training sessions, a recipe for the perfect dog walk, groundwork guide, private facebook community, engaging games and more.
Teach your dog how to stay
Do you plan to do dog sports and need your dog to wait at the startlines? Want to go to the restaurant and wanty your dog to lie by your side? Love to take photos of your dog and want them to stay still? Or perhaps you simply want your dog to settle while you work in the garden.

Learn how to teach your dog to stay with a structured curriculum – build the behaviour one step at the time while making it fun and engaging for your dog.

The class covers the following chapters:

  1. The ingredients of a good stay
  2. Exercises to build your stay
  3. 3Ds to Perfection
  4. More ideas to Proof your stay

Mini courses

Let’s Learn Dog Massage

Master the 4 fundamental techniques of dog massage and get ready to aid your dog by reducing stress, increasing relaxation, relieving pain, addressing anxiety and depression, and improving general wellness, with these simple techniques.
Warm-Up / Cool-Down routine Agility specific course
Discover how to properly warm up your canine athlete before every dog training session and competition, and cool down after.
Warm-Up / Cool-Down routine Obedience specific course
The warm-up not only prepares the whole body system: nervous system, cardiovascular system, metabolism, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments, it also leads to an immediate improvement in performance, and helps reduce the risk of injury.

Let customers speak for us

Our course creators

Jana Gams, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner & founder of Dogs4motion

Over the years in my profession, I have worked with countless canine athletes on a daily basis.

With active participants in the Agility World Championship, European Open, FMBB, B.A.C.K., BCC, WAO, SAO and other big international events … You name it.

But not only have I worked with canine athletes as a rehab practitioner but also as a trainer myself. I have been an active trainer and competitor in several dog sports with my own dogs for the past 18 years!

All of this has helped me better understand their needs and just how much further you can take them if they are well mentally prepared and in excellent physical shape (and no, by physical shape I’m not only referring to stamina).

You will gain new knowledge that will set you apart from the competition, and your dog will thrive by having built the correct foundations.

Get started on your dogs today because I know you can take things to the next level!

Beata Luchowska, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Canine Physiotherapist

I am an active agility competitor, a doctor of veterinary medicine and a rehab practitioner. I teach agility specifics and educate dog owners worldwide.

I am a dog sports enthusiast and have been active in the field for over 15 years now! I enjoy the challenges of modern agility and I’m always motivated to find new solutions and to grow as a trainer.

This very attitude helped me qualify for the Agility World Championships and European Open with 3 dogs, all of different breeds. To top it all off, I have reached the podium on the biggest international events, multiple times!

I got started on my canine journey by graduating in veterinary medicine. Inspired by my four-legged patients, I decided to continue my education and became a certified canine physiotherapist.

I like to use my professional knowledge to help improve the performance of canine athletes.

Chasing the Tale Academy

Chasing the Tale’s ideology is that dogs can be much more than just a pet if only we nurture their true potential with consistent, enjoyable, and clear training.

By ‘more than just a pet’ we mean that your dog can be your friend, your family member, your loyal companion, and more. We believe that dogs can make our everyday lives more fun and fulfilling with their happy attitude and contagious outlook on life.

Chasing the Tale is about creating stories with your dog and it is about adventure!

We want to encourage more dog owners to take their dogs with them on their adventures – and most importantly, show them how easy it can be with a well mannered dog!

5 star reviews of trainers and competitors

These courses are the product of:

➤ Science-based veterinary.

➤ Canine sports medicine knowledge.

➤ Personal training experiences.

➤ Thorough research.

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If you don’t feel we provided enough value, we’ll refund every cent you paid – no questions asked.

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From Our Blog

THE DOG’S CORE – Center of gravity!

We tend to concentrate on primary movers (big muscle groups of the rear legs and front legs), because we want a powerful and muscular dog, but often forget about this important link between front and rear – the core. The importance of the core is to provide efficient front and rear limb work. If this system (abdominals, lower back) is not efficient, the body is not going to respond to all of the high demands placed on it while our dogs are running, jumping, and turning.

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THE DOG’S REAR END

If 60 % of a dog’s body weight is carried by the front, the rear end acts more like the engine, responsible for pushing the body forward in sports performances and daily tasks. Learn more how to improve the strength in your dog’s rear end musculature, boost his acceleration abilities and takeoff power, as well as provide great support also to the hips and knees!

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THE DOG’S FRONT END

The dog’s front end plays a big role in performance in sports such as agility, flyball, obedience, frisbee, and canicross as well as in everyday life. Because the front limb is attached to the body not by a joint but by muscle, it is more prone to injury. So let’s take a look what can be done in order to properly strengthen this part of the body!

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2390 Ravne na Koroškem
Slovenia

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