We all want what is best for our dogs, including helping them live happy, pain-free lives for as long as possible. Most of us know how important good posture, strong muscles, and mobile joints are for our own health, but we often don’t realize that these things matter for our dogs, too.
When dogs exhibit poor postural adaptions, movement inefficiencies, muscular imbalances, and joint restrictions (spoiler – it’s more common than you’d think!) these factors all increase their likelihood of injury while decreasing their quality of life. We know how hard it can be to get in enough exercise for yourself, let alone your dog.. and it can be even harder to know where to start, especially when it comes to doing canine fitness correctly.
Fortunately, we can help! Whether you want to safely exercise your puppy, keep your senior dog mobile & pain free, improve performance in your canine athlete, or do fitness & yoga WITH your dog – Sit Stay Squat has the solution.
PLUS – We now offer canine massage to further improve your dog’s structure & movement while helping to relieve achy, sore muscles.
Sarah Keller is a Certified Canine Fitness Trainer, Certified Professional Canine Fitness Trainer, Certified Canine Body Worker (Dog Massage), Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist, and a Certified Professional Dog Trainer;
specializing in the study of canine biomechanics and how corrective exercise strategies can help to reduce the risk of injuries and improve performance. Sarah follows evidence based best practices and science-based force free dog training protocols with an emphasis on improving overall canine health and welfare. To read more about Sarah’s qualification’s click here.