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DIY Dog Bath

By |February 23rd, 2012|Canine Health & Fitness|

Turn Bath-Time into a Fun-Time with our DIY Dog Bath Are you fed up with the mess and hassle of bathing your dog at home? A DIY Dog Bath is Easy, Convenient and No mess for you… We do all the cleaning up! This is particularly popular for large breeds who seem to like to [...]

Fitness for a Canine Athlete

By |July 8th, 2011|Canine Health & Fitness, Featured Posts|

Agility Athlete Improves Canine Fitness through Specifically Designed Swimming Sessions Fly is a 6 year old Border Collie that has developed a high level of fitness through swimming at Canine Therapies. She originally starting swimming at Canine Therapies as part of her training to be an Agility competitor and to improve Canine Fitness levels. As a competitor [...]

Canine Hydrotherapy: Size Matters!

By |July 4th, 2011|Canine Hydrotherapy, Featured Posts|

Size Matters when it comes to Canine Hydrotherapy! The size of a dedicated dog pool really matters when it comes to swimming larger dogs, or more then one dog at a time. The canine hydrotherapy pool here at Canine Therapies is 22 feet long, and 13 feet wide, so we can accommodate all breeds from [...]

Canine Physiotherapy: The Problem with Shepherds…

By |July 4th, 2011|Canine Physiotherapy|

Canine Physiotherapy is an effective method to improve a dogs proprioception Like many German Shepherds this dog is showing signs of weakness in her hindquarters. She comes to Canine Therapies to swim on a regular basis but we also work with her on various canine physiotherapy exercises to help maintain her awareness of her paws. [...]

Canine Fitness

By |July 4th, 2011|Canine Health & Fitness, Featured Posts|

Canine Fitness: Dusty, spayed Labrador bitch swimming with toys Dusty is one of Anne’s own dogs. She swims at least once a week partly for fun and canine fitness, but also because she has been spayed, which makes her more prone to putting on weight. Dusty has had 3 litters of puppies (usually Anne will [...]