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10% OFF COURSE: FOUNDATION ESSENTIALS FOR THE CANINE ATHLETE

Jul, 17

10% Discount at check-out with COUPON CODE: VITAL10 READY TO START?  CLICK HERE Have you asked yourself: What should I learn first? What equipment should I use? How do I know my dog is learning the right way? How can I improve my dog's form and positioning? Take the guesswork out of canine conditioning and learn this and much more! Trying...

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Easy Exercises for Canine Conditioning

Mar, 06

Just like us, dogs can benefit from a stretching and strengthening program. It can build and maintain muscle mass, improve body awareness and balance, and provide a physical and mental workout. Canine athletes definitely gain an advantage from this type of conditioning, but senior dogs also need to stay limber. Couch potatoes and bored dogs can reap rewards too, because the...

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Understanding Behavior Conditioning in Dog Training

Mar, 03

It is important to understand behavior conditioning and how it works in order to best control it when it comes to our canine companions. First, let’s get the technical “speak” out of the way and then we can talk in more layman’s terms. There are different types of conditioning when it comes to behavior.   We normally refer to two types...

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Why Does Your Dog Need Slow Movement Exercises?

Feb, 23

If you’ve done fitness training with your dog, then you probably know that doing the exercises slowly and with great control is super important in order for the exercises to give you the benefits you’re hoping for. Fast paced exercises generally stay in the dog sports classes while fitness training focuses on slow movements. It is true that we can...

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Train Your Dog to Target

Feb, 11

Teaching your dogs the seemingly frivolous behavior of pointing their noses at objects has numerous practical applications. TARGET TRAINING FOR DOGS: OVERVIEW Teach your dog to target as a way to help him focus his attention on you. This can be useful when trying to get him safely and calmly past something that scares or arouses his aggression. Start by...

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