Monthly Archives: January 2015

Exercising those Canine Terrible Two’s!

Oh, the adolescent dog! The equivalent of human teenage years, the attitude, the tantrums, the despair! Most dogs get abandoned at shelters between the ages of 8-18 months old. Adolescent dogs want to explore their world and test their own abilities in ways you wont always like. During this age they have a ton of […]

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How much Exercise does a Puppy Need?

    Puppies require a lot more exercise than when they are around middle age to senior years. However it is important that puppies should not be expected to run with an adult for extended periods of time, as it can affect their joints, because they are still developing. Not only do Canine Fitness Classes […]

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Human-Canine Fitness Classes

  Stretching with Spot Class Ever noticed in the morning your dog doing a bunch of stretches to start their day? This is a class designed to teach humans to learn techniques to both stretch themselves and their dogs in a safe manner. This class is designed to promote a harmony and synchronization of energy […]

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Human-Canine Fitness Classes

  Pawfit Circuit Training Class This is a Circuit Training Class that combines cardio training, muscular strength, endurance exercises, stretching and core strengthening for both dog and their person. Multiple stations are set up and teams work at their own pace and own level of intensity. Class is 45 minutes. It is a PAWFIT way […]

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Human-Canine Fitness Classes

  ┬áNEW TO WINNIPEG! What is Human-Canine Fitness? Human-Canine Fitness is a new concept that is sweeping the Nation! Grassroots Canine provides various Human-Canine Fitness Classes that promote exercise for both humans and their canine pals. These are great classes for all fitness levels, even those becoming healthy and fit. You and your dog will […]

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