Whether you are preparing your pet for the sporting world, maintaining their condition during the off season or interested in developing new and unique skills, these programs are right for you!!
We strive to provide a fun, low stress environment for our dogs to learn in. We believe training should be enjoyable for both dog and human through reward based training methods.
Veterinary Assistant, Rehabilitation Assistant, Certified Strength & Conditioning Coach
Emily Lush is a Certified Veterinary Assistant, working as a Canine Rehabilitation Assistant here at Blue Springs. Emily has had an interest in animals from a young age and loves to learn about different species and how to care for them. Emily discovered her passion for working in rehabilitation, and learning how to help with injured, overweight, and weak animals. Emily has played both Hockey and Softball since she was young. Being an athlete, she knows the importance of keeping ourselves healthy with fitness and exercise. She decided to further her knowledge in both fitness and dogs by completing the Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach course through the NC State University of Veterinary Medicine in 2023
Emily enjoys spending her time outside with her pets. Emily shares her home with her 2 dogs Oscar & Lizzy, as well as her rabbit, Alice.
As humans, we are all very aware of the importance of health and exercise for keeping our muscles strong, maintaining good posture, and enjoying proper joint mobility as possible. This is also extremely important for our canine companions!
We all want what is best for our pets. A pain-free and happy life is the life we want for them! Canine fitness decreases the risk of injury, joint restrictions, abnormal mobility and improves the overall well-being of our animals! Establishing and maintaining an effective exercise regiment is challenging for everyone. It can be difficult to know how to start. By introducing specific exercise patterns, we can support your pets on their journey to their best selves.
Benefits of Canine Fitness
What Canine Fitness Does Not Do:
Who Can Benefit From Canine Fitness?
Puppies before growth plate:
Adult dogs who:
First Initial Assessment (approximately 30-60 minutes)
In Center Follow-up Training Session (30 minutes)
Equipment Explore (30 minutes)
Learning Targets (30 minutes)
Discuss your pets sporting and fitness goals with a certified conditioning coach to determine if our programs are right for you
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