The perfect solution to up your dog's fitness!

If you participate in dog sports or have a high energy dog, you know how important it is to keep them in top shape, both for their health and wellbeing as well as your own.  😉

Weather in Ottawa can be unpredictable at any time of year and outdoor exercise isn't always an option.  Our mini workshops are the perfect solution:  train indoors *and* learn new ways to keep your dog fit and happy.

Each workshop focuses on a single canine conditioning topic and is jam packed full of information you can use NOW.

I'll share with you the various exercises that I use to keep all 7 of my dogs in peak physical condition.  I'll introduce the use of specialized conditioning equipment (and how to use it CORRECTLY and SAFELY!) and I'll also share some of my *cheats*: regular household items that can be used instead!

In each workshop, participants will learn 6-8 different exercises: we'll cover the how, when, where and why.  Each exercise will be demonstrated from beginning to end, including variations for different levels of fitness and training.  You and your dog will get the opportunity to work through each exercise under professional guidance and supervision. 

At the end of the workshop, your dog will be on their way to improving their physical strength and mental skills.  And the bonus?  By starting now, you'll be able to avoid losing as many as 6 weeks of sport specific training time while you try to get your dog "in shape".

Participants spots are limited to 8 per workshop.  Our last workshop series sold out in less than 48 hours.  Register early to avoid disappointment!

All workshops are taught at Dog Days, 95 Abbeyhill Drive, Kanata.

 
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I'm glad I had my notebook with me!

These were two hours packed with very important and useful information. I loved the detailed explanations of each exercise, the demo dog to see how it must be done, the Q & A time, and the fact that there was plenty of time to try and practice every exercise.

— Alessandra M. after attending "Cavaletti 101"


Our workshop series has ended for Spring 2018.  
The next workshop series will be offered in the Fall of 2018.

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What participants are saying:

A great eye for movement.


Danielle was excellent at providing information in a manner that was easy to understand. She is very knowledgeable in the subject taught and was able to effectively answer questions. She provided useful feed back and has excellent eye for observing dog body movement.

— Brandon B.

The material in the workshop was great!

All the exercises were demonstrated in a complete fashion, so it was a great introduction to new equipment. I love how exercises were explained with targeted muscle groups in mind.

— Sara B.

I wouldn't hesitate to take another workshop! 

The course content and venue were great. Danielle did an excellent job explaining core content and was able to answer all questions from students regarding a large range of dog abilities/ages/goals. 

— Kelly R.


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ABOUT DANIELLE BEAUREGARD CCAS CCFT FP-MT

Danielle is the owner of Positive Changes Dog Training and creator of DogMotion.  A Certified Canine Athlete Specialist, and Certified Canine Fitness Trainer, Danielle works with clients throughout North America, helping them achieve the highest levels of performance with their dogs.  She has worked with canine athletes returning  to sport after injury and Canadian World Agility Team members preparing for international competition. 

Danielle has been active in the dog world for over 25 years, and has titled dogs in a variety of venues including conformation, agility and flyball.  Danielle continues to actively compete in flyball with her dogs and trains in disc, dock diving and agility just for fun.

As an lifelong equestrian and avid competitor in the upper levels of the sport, Danielle brings a unique understanding of movement, structure and biomechanics to the discipline of canine fitness and conditioning.  Her keen eye allows her to quickly identify areas of strength or weakness, whether structural or functional.  

In her spare time, Danielle enjoys spending time at home on the farm, competing in 5km and 10km road races, and experimenting in the kitchen with healthy and tasty recipes.