Oklahoma City, OK, January 05, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- K9 University recently announced that it has completed an exhausting canine fitness Research and Development project that outlines the need for better fitness in typical house dogs. This research includes the medical issues associated with it, as well as the proper and safe way to systematically administer a complete fitness program for dogs.
K9 University's Fitness Camp has been in the Pilot phase which recently completed in December 2015, and will be offering this new revolutionary and scientific program starting in January of 2016.
"We have developed a no nonsense, scientific five phase approach to canine fitness. Everything from health history, age, habits, diet, metabolism, and exercise are taken into account," said Angel Soriano, President and CEO of K9 University. "Our Fitness Center team is pumped-up about the results achieved with the test subjects studied."
This new Fitness Camp
program is designed to work on dogs that have a need to lose weight, as well as dogs whose weight is compromised by illness.
In addition to canine fitness, K9 University also provides a host of first class training products such as Boarding School, Personal Protection Dogs, Dog Bite Safety, and severe Behavior Curbing. Through a versatile and adaptable approach to working with dogs and their owners, K9U has set the industry standard for achieving positive, sustainable results that can be used over and over again to bolster the behavioral learning process. K9U trainers are long-term career animal professionals and behaviorists with a combined 90 years of experience.
About K9 University: (www.myk9u.com), K9 University is an educational institution focusing on dog training needs from the very basic to advanced and specialized training for problem dogs, dogs suffering with complex conditions, behavioral issues, fitness issues, and dogs that simply have bad habits.
For more information visit the web site at www.myk9u.com, or call (405) 231-4335.