Canine Massage - Click Here To Enroll
- Presented by: Karen Stiff-Carroll
Morris K9 Campus is pleased to offer canine massage and myotherapy. We feel that this service will contribute to the overall wellness of your dog whether they are a canine athlete, a senior dog or the family pet.
· Promotes Health & Wellness
· Improves Range of Motion
· Improves Physical and Emotional Wellbeing
Myotherapy massage is a non-invasive technique, which means no needles, electrical current machines, or any other invasive procedure. Myotherapy massage is done using the hand, knuckles and fingers to massage and alleviate taut muscle bands and muscular knots known as trigger point body. Light stretching is also applied once these trigger points are relieved.
By ridding the body of these taut, painful bands and knots, your canine companion can regain flexibility, strength, and endurance.
Massage and myotherapy comforts tired muscles and reduces the potential for cramping and post-exercise soreness, for the canine athlete. Massage helps prepare physically for the event and reduces the chance of injury.
Maintenance & Relaxation Massage
For general well-being, helps maintain health and wellness. Your dog will be more accepting of all kinds handling.
Massage for Aging and Elderly Dogs
Massage energizes the mind and helps dogs cope with the stiffness and discomfort that comes with arthritis. Massage passively stimulates your dog and helps them move when they have trouble moving themselves to enhance their quality of life.
· This service is not recommended for dogs with immune system issues or cancer.
· This service is not to replace routine and proper veterinarian care
· Karen will not be able to diagnose medical conditions, if you have health concerns you should contact your veterinarian.
Monday, 5/27/2013, 7:15 PM - 7:45 PM - $35.00
Monday, 5/27/2013, 6:45 PM - 7:15 PM - $35.00
Monday, 5/27/2013, 6:15 PM - 6:45 PM - $35.00; Closed - Full
Dog Behavior Problems - Evening Q&A Session with Dr. Ian Dunbar - Click Here To Enroll
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Spend the evening with Morris K9 Campus and Dr. Ian Dunbar. Ask any questions about dog training and behavior. This is a humans only event!
Saturday, 6/15/2013, 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM - $35.00
Doga (Yoga class for human and dogs) - Click Here To Enroll
- Presented by: Robin Lash & Karin Stoetzer
The practice of Yoga involves stretches, poses, and breathing exercises which have specific physical and mental benefits. Morris K9 Campus’ Doga class incorporates the dogs into poses to make it a relaxing experience for both the human and canine companion. In this 4-week class we will teach the dogs how to stretch and strengthen their bodies and muscles in a calming and relaxed environment. Class is taught by a certified yoga instructor and a certified dog trainer, making this class truly unique.
Who Should Attend?
Dog Owners who:
• want to try yoga but are intimidated by traditional yoga classes.
• want to challenge their body and relax your mind.
• would like a relaxing activity with their dog.
• love yoga and would like a harmonious activity to decrease stress.
• need stimulation.
• are of all shapes and sizes who want to be fit.
• have are hard time settling down.
• are anxious or fearful dogs (but friendly)
• older dogs with stiff joints and muscles.
What we will cover:
• Beginners Yoga (Hatha/Vinyasa style)
• Canine Massage
• Canine Stretching
Because a calm environment is necessary for the success of this class we must ask that dogs with a strong tendency to bark or that are aggressive towards people or other dogs not attend. Please contact our staff for a recommendation for other programs Morris K9 Campus offers.
Wednesday, 6/5/2013, 8:30 PM - 9:30 PM - $125.00
Puppy Class (FREE) - Click Here To Enroll
- Presented by: Robin Lash CPDT-KA
Who can attend: Puppies 8-20 weeks with age appropriate vaccinations.
In order to socialize your puppy you must introduce anything that they will encounter in their adult life in a positive way. Why do we do it? We socialize dogs as puppies to help turn them into confident adult dogs that can be taken anywhere. Your puppy's first associations are formed at 8-18 weeks of age this is a very small window. Our puppy classes will include letting the dogs play off-leash to help puppies learn appropriate play, good bite inhibition and develop good puppy skills. Special emphasis will be paid to meeting strangers and introduction into new environments. All classes will include question and answer on common puppy problems accompanied by handouts.
Saturday, 5/25/2013, 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM - $0.00
Saturday, 6/1/2013, 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM - $0.00
Saturday, 6/8/2013, 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM - $0.00
Saturday, 6/22/2013, 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM - $0.00
Saturday, 6/29/2013, 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM - $0.00