We don't just want you to walk away with the HOW to condition your dog- we want you to know WHEN to choose different exercises WHY you should choose them and WHAT you should be looking for when your dog is performing the task. 

Group learning can bring a whole new experience to conditioning your dog, knowing how to keep them safe and what do if you think your dog may have a problem. We have some standard seminars with dogs as well as a few without dog but we are open to requests! 

We prioritise safety and fun over flash. 

The information and exercises you learn will allow you to incorporate conditioning and fitness into everyday life without needing lots of equipment, time or organisation. It will be sustainable and you will feel confident in assessing your dogs form. 


Foundations 1

Foundations one is the start of your canine conditioning journey. You'll learn about how to asses your dog so you know how they are doing, and can catch issues before they turn into big problems.

You'll learn about propreoception. Which is a fancy word for body awareness. Find out, if your dog knows where it's body is and how it keeps it there. You'll also learn ways to improve your dogs propreoception so that they can move safety through life.

You'll learn about active stretching. Active stretches are stretches where you move into them rather than static stretches. They are a safer and more awesome way of stretching.

Foundation strength work. Learn the basic exercises to get your dog strong and keep them that way. A set of safe, easy to do exercises that you can use to keep your dog strong throughout their life.

Working spots: Max 8, $60pp

Auditing spots: $30


Foundations 2


Foundations two builds on what you (and your dog) learned in Foundations 1.

You'll learn about anatomy and how that effects your dog. This will give you an even better understanding of your dog and allow you to assess your dog better.

We'll also cover more advanced stretching and strength exercises. A more advanced set of exercises that you can use to keep your dog fit and strong.

You'll learn about warm up and cool down and why it is important and how to do it properly.

Finally we will cover massage and the use of hot and cold packs to make you puppy feel awesome all the time. 

Working spots: Max 8, $60pp

Auditing spots: $30


Common injuries and conditions of the sporting dog- pathophysiology, prevention and treatment. 

The best way to prevent or avoid a problem is to know what causes it and how it progresses (pathophysiology). Cruciate ligament disease, Hyperextension injuries, Hip dysplasia and Arthritis all have environmental risks that can be assessed and minimised. 

We will also cover treatment options available for these conditions. 

The specific conditions covered will be decided based on the participants and can be tailored to suit each group.