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DIY Dog Bath

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 [...]

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Canine Fitness for a Flyball Athlete

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

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Canine Hydrotherapy: Size Matters!

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 [...]

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Canine Physiotherapy: The Problem with Shepherds…

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. [...]

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Canine Fitness

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 [...]