You don’t need a ton of Canine Conditioning gear to keep your dog fit, improve performance or just have some fun. Using just a peanut, our One Piece Workouts The Peanut will give you a variety of excises & activities you and your dog will love!
Any high intense activity with your exposes them to injury. Knowing what to do or what not to do can save your dog’s career or life. You will learn First Aid Techniques For Canine Sports Related Injuries From ER & Rehab Vet, Eve Pugh DVM, CVA CCRP
Behavior, Balance, Fitness Focus. Working on balance discs , donuts or other set ups while learning & practicing a variety of commands like sit, down, stay, come, create a whole new fun and challenging way for you to improve your dog’s behavior, focus, health!
With Pet Obesity Awareness Day coming up next week. We made a Healthy Pet Awareness Animation Video. Check it Out!
Recently, Whitney C. Harris from dogster.com stopped by with her dog Finley to take class and do an article on us, Below is some of what she had to say. You can read the full article here.
So, like any modern-day pet parent, I took to the Internet to find a solution for my puppy problem. When I discovered The Martial Arfs dog training and fitness center, I nearly tripped running to the phone. The program requires no prior training and offers classes for dogs of all ages, abilities, and temperaments.
Martial “ARFS” Dog Gym Helps Owners “Fight Fido’s Fat” For The New Year
Long Island NY. January 5, 2015 –The Martial “ARFS”, Long Island’s only “Dog Gym”, is helping dogs (and owners) lose weight, improve health, and burn off excess energy this New Year (and all year long!).
Gyms, Martial Arts Classes, Zumba Studios, and others provide a place for people to “fight the fat”. What about our pets? According to the latest (2013) Pet Obesity Prevention Survey more than 54% of our furry family members are overweight. The Martial ARFS™ veterinary adviser Dr. Eve Pugh states, “As a veterinarian, I see a multitude of pet ailments related to obesity and a sedentary lifestyle. Conditions like heart disease, osteoarthritis, high blood pressure, and cancer can all be attributed to having an overweight pet. Even worse, on average, an overweight pet can have a decreased life expectancy up to 2.5 years. Dr. Eve Pugh continues, “Simply taking longer walks is often ineffective and sometimes weather prohibitive, especially in the cold winter months.”