Conditioning & Fitness Training
Not all dogs are as graceful as a Greyhound in full stride, or as fit as a full time working dog. And quite frankly they don't really need to be.
What we like to do is help your dog be in the best possible shape they can be. With respect to their breed, structure, natural strengths and weaknesses. Can we make your Dachshund into a greyhound....nope, but we can help them become the fittest weiner dog they can be!
Conditioning & fitness training is for all dogs. Here is why:
Confidence Building: A confident puppy = A confident dog.
From weird surfaces, moving objects, to learning where their ever growing legs are. We are equipped to help your pup conquer these new things, feel safe and grow confident in their abilities.
Cold Weather Couch Potato:
Likely during the cold months, your pooch isn't getting the same amount of exercise as they do in warmer months. We have fun ways for your dog to get a workout, gain muscle, core strength and flexibility and keep fit through the cold weather to be ready for their warm weather fun.
There are lots of options and exciting things within conditioning and fitness training to keep both you and your dog moving. Contact Jessica to ask about private lessons, and small group classes for you and a few friends.
Reiki healing is a natural therapy that gently balances life energies and brings health and well being to the recipient.
This simple, non-invasive healing system works with the Higher Self of the Receiver to promote health and well being of the entire physical, emotional and psychic body. Therefore it is truly a system of attaining and promoting wholeness of Mind, Body and Spirit.
Jessica is an Usui Reiki Practitioner, and her primary focus in on animal Reiki, although sometimes there is a connection between both the human and animal that both need work.
For more information on Reiki and to set up an appointment for your pet please contact Jessica.
Kimberly is a fully insured, Certified Small Animal Massage Practitioner graduating from the Bancroft School of Massage Therapy 200-Hour Certificate Program. She completed her internship hours at Deerfield Veterinary Clinic and Tails of Rye - Canine Physical Therapy. Kimberly has a deep rooted love for animals, and dogs in particular, which includes training for Disc Dog and Agility at a competitive level. She understands the physical strains that canine athletes and our aging companions undergo and is passionate about aiding canine and small animal rehabilitation through massage, embracing a whole-body wellness philosophy.
Kimberly is available at Pawsitive Kinection by appointment. For more information and to book time with Kimberly please go to her website by clicking her logo above.
Communication & Intuitive Training
Dogs speak...you just need to know how to listen
Drawn to animals all of her life, Jessica finally started to listen to what they saying to her. Learning to accept the gifts she was born with, in addition to training, Jessica applies her deep connection with dogs to assist owners with ailments, training & behavioral issues and shares what they are thinking and saying to their human partners.
Being able to apply possitive training methods in conjunction with Reiki, energy work, communication and healing opens up a strong foundation for a solid relationship. These practices are not meant to be a replacement for traditional medical care for heath issues, but are meant to aid and assist in healing and finding the root of the ailments.
The following are a list of some situations that may benefit from Jessica's services:
- Sudden behavioral issues within the home
- Performance problems in the competition ring, either new or chronic
- Unexplained physical ailments of unknown origin
- Dietary issues
- Skin, coaat and allergy issues
These are just a few examples, for more information on setting up a consultation please contact Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org