For anyone wanting to keep their canine athlete healthy, physically capable, and as far away from long-term injuries as possible.

LEARN HOW TO CHECK YOUR CANINE ATHLETE

Improve Your Dog’s Physical Well-being
And Performance Abilities With These Essential Habits.

You play the most critical role in recognising any potential discomfort in your dog’s body early on. So be prepared to help your dog live a long and fulfilling active life, maintain a healthy sporting career and boost their vitality, as you learn to see them and their body in a whole new way.

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What you’ll learn:

Recognise discomforts in your dog’s body, such as:

– Muscle tensions.
– Reluctance to perform a specific move.
– Irregularities between the left and right sides.

How to check the range of motion in your dog’s limbs.

Discover what flexion and extension are and how to perform them on your dog’s main joints.

Check for adhesions along the dog’s back with the skin rolling technique.

THIS VIDEO IS A PART OF OUR
WARM-UP / COOL-DOWN COURSE

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