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Learning to gently accompany older dogs

Do you have an older dog and want to learn more about the ageing process and provide your senior dog with the best possible support? In the free webinar on the topic of senior dogs, you will learn from me what happens in the dog’s body when dogs get older, what you should consider in everyday life, important go’s and no-go’s and how you can actively support your dog. The free webinar will give you some important initial ideas and you will learn about easy-to-implement measures to actively support your senior dog – for maximum quality of life in old age.

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I am a dog physiotherapist and book author. Welcome to Doggy Fitness. Dog physiotherapy has been my passion for many years now and I have been privileged to help many dogs gain more pain-free mobility. My guiding principle is “movement is life”. I am joined by Tessa, who you will also see in my online courses. We have been going through life together for many years now. For me, she is the best proof of how much our dogs benefit when we humans take care of their health. Thanks to dog fitness training, gentle massages and supportive measures from nature such as medicinal plants, she is still really fit even at 13 years old. I show you in my courses how you can achieve this with your dog. And it doesn’t matter if you have a healthy dog that you want to support preventively, or a dog with a musculoskeletal condition, or a senior dog. I look forward to seeing you in one of my classes.

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The free webinar on the subject of senior dogs offers you the perfect introduction to natural support for your older dog.

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