Lets face it, most people don’t get nearly enough exercise and there is a strong correlation between human and pet obesity.

Our dogs rely on us to provide them with the best possible care, but between our own hectic lifestyles and Edmonton’s cold winters, it can be tough to get them out for a daily walk. Besides, the components of physical fitness for both dogs and humans goes far beyond just walking.

A well designed fitness program will include elements of muscular strength, core stability, body awareness, endurance and flexibility. Together, these components support the entire body while increasing metabolism and preventing disease & injuries.

Sarah Keller has the qualifications to address the fitness needs of both species, and her positive training techniques even enrich your dogs mind through the fun and mental stimulation of learning new tasks.

On top of it all, training together in this way is extremely reinforcing to the bond between YOU and your dog.

Sit Stay Squat is a solution to the question –
Do I workout or walk the dog? Now, you don’t have to choose!

Certified Professional Canine Fitness Trainer

As seen on...