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How Show Dogs SHOW they have Muscular pain

Showing can be an enjoyable and fulfilling hobby for both you and your dog. The judge is looking to ensure that your dog fits the breed standard, has the correct breed conformation, is healthy, in good condition, has the correct temperament and character for the specific breed, and that the gait/movement is fluid with plenty […]

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Gait & Anatomy – Your Crufts A-Z

Natalie Lenton guides you through some of the interesting basics, some fascinating facts and some little known information on your dog, gait, conformation and anatomy… A – Angulation: The angle formed by bones which meet at various joints. Examples of this include the Shoulder, the Stifle and the Hock as well as the Hip. The […]

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Massage and the Show Dog

Massage can be used in reference to the show dog mainly to improve gait and resolve movement issues. However, showing is a very different discipline to working and agility and the use of massage seems, in my experience, generally less attractive to owners. For dogs involved in agility/obedience and working trials, physical ability and stamina […]

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See Us At Crufts for your dogs FREE Muscular Fitness Exam! Hall 1 Stand 24a

Visit the Canine Massage Guild in Hall 1 Stand 24a at Crufts 5th-8th March 2013! Its not just for dogs attending Crufts, if you don’t have your dog with you but want to know how Therapeutic Canine Massage can help then come along for a chat. We work with all types of dog, from Pet dogs, Senior […]

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