Would you like to know how to consistently reach peak performance with your sport or working dog both on and off the trial field? Are you wondering if you could do more to improve your dog’s strength, speed, agility or endurance? Do you want to learn how to design a weekly fitness program that brings out the best in your dog while minimizing the chance of injury?
Join the K9 Peak Performance program to acquire the knowledge, skills and confidence that are needed to design a fitness program that meets the unique needs of both you and your dog. Feel reassured that you are doing everything possible to set your dog up for success while receiving support and mentoring along the way. Don't learn by trial and error when you have experts to support you! Join now to learn what's needed to excel as a successful, elite canine athlete team!
Achieving peak performance is much more than simply having a personalized fitness program for your dog.
It requires having an elite athlete mindset where both you and your dog work together as a team.
It requires developing the “mental toughness” and resilience that are needed to overcome the fears, blocks, and training slumps that we all face in canine competition and work.
By becoming part of the K9 Peak Performance movement, you will achieve the following…
"Anyone who is involved (seriously) in dog sports is aware how easy it is for a dog athlete to get injured and how abruptly an amazing career can come to an end. Learning how to prevent injuries is crucial if you want to be successful. Every time I get the opportunity, I invite Erica to give presentations and share her work at my workhops. She's amazing!"
- Ivan Balabanov, Ot Vitosha Malinois
"I 100% believe that this course saved my dog's career. I knew that something was up, but every vet I went to told me there was nothing wrong and to keep working my dog. So that's what I did. For five months. In the first week of taking this course, I knew in no uncertain terms that something was wrong and had the tools I needed to get my dog diagnosed by a canine physical therapist. He is now on the road to recovery and will return to IPO competition in the near future!"
- Kevin Shephard, Mountain K9
"This is a must take program for all individuals interested in maintaining a healthy canine. Both working and pet dog owners/handlers will obtain a vast amount of knowledge and techniques that will allow them to properly maintain peak condition for their dogs at all life stages. I highly recommend Erica’s programs. Learning from her will equip you with the opportunity to provide your dog with an even healthier life."
- Francoise Massart, Marvel K9 Dog Training Academy
"Thank you as always Dr. Erica Boling for helping me with workout ideas yesterday. As many of you know Fin and I have been chosen as alternates to represent the USA and the World Cup in France. I know that Fin will have to be in the best shape of his life to compete at such a high level so I contacted Erica who I believe is one of the best in the country at not only getting your dog in peak condition but also keeping them there. No matter if your dog is a pet or elite K9 athlete, Erica is the one to see!"
- Paul V. Anthony, A&B Canine Training
Module #1: Relationship Between Structure & Performance
See your dog in new ways as you learn about the relationship between structure and performance. Not only will you start to develop that "sixth sense" and critical eye for closely observing your dog, you will begin to acquire the knowledge and skills that are needed to design a conditioning program that will meet the unique needs of your dog.
Module #2: Cautions & Considerations
Learn about the cautions and considerations you should have before beginning a conditioning program with any dog. Understand what is and is not appropriate before starting a fitness program. Learn how you can safely proceed with a conditioning program for various types of dogs or all ages.
Module #3: Designing a Conditioning Program
Learn what makes up a "balanced" conditioning program and apply what you are learning while designing a program for your dog. Acquire the knowledge and skills that are needed to design and implement your program while making changes as needed to enhance canine performance.
Module #4: Implementing a Conditioning Program
Identify various activities and exercises that you can do to enhance your dog's flexibility, balance, strength and endurance. Use this knowledge to help inform the decisions that you make when implementing a conditioning program for your dog.
Have questions about the program? Please email: email@example.com
"Whether coaching handlers to win national and international competitions, empowering owners to have fit dogs, or teaching individuals how to earn income from their love of canine sports and fitness, I'm on a mission to raise the level of excellence in the K9 Peak Performance arena!"
Erica C. Boling, PhD
Northast K9 Conditioning. LLC
No Risk: Money-Back Guarantee
If you are not happy with your investment within 1 week of enrolling or before starting Module #2 (whichever comes first) simply send me an email to receive a full refund.
Our "live" workshops are on Tuesday evenings and will be recorded if you can't make it!
DISCLAIMERS: All information provided by Erica C. Boling and others through this course is for INFORMATIONAL and EDUCATIONAL purposes ONLY. Although there are a number of benefits for dogs when engaging in a conditioning program, none of these results are guaranteed. There are some injuries and health conditions where conditioning activities are not recommended and can be detrimental to the overall health of your dog. Any and all activities done with your dog should ALWAYS be FIRST cleared and approved by your VETERINARIAN before engaging in any type of conditioning activities. This includes such things as strength, endurance, balance, flexibility, and sport specific training. Erica C. Boling, instructor of the course, is not a veterinarian and does not diagnose or treat illness, disease, or any other physical or mental disorder. In addition, she does not prescribe medical treatment or pharmaceuticals. Canine massage and conditioning services and activities are NOT a substitute for medical examinations, treatment, and/or diagnoses. It is recommended that your dog see a veterinarian for any physical ailment(s) that it might have. Erica C. Boling and Northeast K9 Conditioning, LLC are not affiliated with, nor compensated by any companies that are recommended during this course. Northeast K9 Conditioning, LLC and Erica C. Boling assume no liability whatsoever as a result of your use of information provided in the course.