Stretching the Performance Dog by Debbie Gross Saunders

Stretching the Performance Dog
Debbie Gross Saunders

Dogs that compete in agility and other performance sports are athletes, and need to be treated as such. Stretching prepares the athletic body for movement from inactive to active without strain. You can improve your dog's performance by stretching before and after a training session or competition. This will also aid in the prevention of many common injuries.

Many common sport-dog injuries do not happen spontaneously, but develop over time through continuous strain. This is why there are so many soft-tissue problems in performance dogs. These problems can be reduced or prevented with proper stretching, warm-up, and cool-down.

In this DVD, Debbie Gross Saunders will show you steps for stretching your performance dog.

Debbie Gross Saunders holds a Bachelor's of Science degree in physical therapy from Boston University, a Master of Science degree from Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut in Orthopedic Physical Therapy, and she earned her doctorate in Physical Therapy in August 2008 at the University of Tennessee.

Debbie has been working with small animals for over fourteen years. During the past seven years, she has become passionate about the recognition and treatment of injuries in athletic dogs and currently runs a facility on her 23 acre farm that can accommodate lengthy stays for the rehabilitation of dogs, and in particular athletic dogs.

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