Canicross training for you and your dog – a new way to get fit and have fun!
I am so happy to announce that I am now a certified Dogfit trainer and I can’t wait to help you and your dog learn about this great new activity.
So why Canicross?
Canicross for dogs with behavioural issues
I got into Canicross as a way of giving my reactive Border Collie JJ the exercise he needed without having to let him off lead in public places where he might encounter people or dogs that he wasn’t comfortable with. I also found the Canicross community to be so friendly and accepting of my barky dog we were able to join some of the training meets and JJ actually made friends with both people and dogs while we were there. If you would like more information about how Canicross could help your dog please get in touch for a chat or an introductory session so you can try it out for yourself.
Group Canicross – a 1 hour taster session to introduce you and your dog to this great activity. Includes fitting and hire of Canicross equipment, and a walk/jog/run on countryside trails with a DogFit Certified Canicross Trainer £10 per person
1-2-1 Canicross Training – a personal 1 hour training session tailored to meet your needs and goals. Great for dogs with behavioural issues who may not enjoy group runs or for runners who want to improve their technique or increase their distance £25.
Couch to 5k Canicross Course – a 6 week course for those who are new to running or restarting after a break. Consists of 6 x 1 hour training sessions that will take you from walking to running 3 miles guided by a certified DogFit Canicross instructor and Run leader £65.
Family Canicross – Canicross is a great activity for all ages and a good way to get the kids outside and active. Family sessions allow kids to try the activity with an adult. You will both be attached to your dog initially and walk/run together. Sessions are suitable for up to 4 people, children must be aged 8+ and be accompanied by at least 1 adult. £25 per family.