Entries by Agnes Campan

Team Scotland Understand the Importance of Taking Their Guild Canine Massage Therapist To The World Agility Open

Canine Pawsibilities and Agility Team Scotland feature this week in the Canine massage guild blog! If you are interested to understand how warm up and cool down massages can benefit your agility dogs or any canine athlete, this blog is for you! Check it out on the Canine Massage Guild blog page: Team Scotland Understand […]

Another training day at CANINE Pawsibilities

With the nice weather we had a couple of weeks ago, Iain decided to take his camera out to witness another training day at CANINE Pawsibilities. There was a mix of junior classes, agility foundation for young dogs and one to one agility training sessions. Although I am a border collie addict, I love training […]

You said Collection or Extension Jumps?

During their last dog agility training session Buzz and Colin were working on early verbal and physical cue for more efficient lead leg change during collection and extension jumps. Although lead leg is often overlooked in agility it is actually a simple concept that can make the difference between a tight turn and a wide turn. […]

World Agility Open, go on Agility Team Scotland!

In 2012 Manouk and me were lucky to be part of the very first Agility Team Scotland that went to represent Scotland at the World Agility Open Championship. This year I will be returning to the event as the Canine Therapist for Team Scottish. Last Sunday was the last team training. I thought it would […]

Introducing Canine Massage Therapy to the veterinary community

On Wednesday 17th of February, I had my first opportunity to raise the awareness about the value of Canine Massage Therapy and the Canine Massage Guild to the veterinary community of the North East of Scotland. It was also a great opportunity to discuss how beneficial a multi-disciplinary approach can be for the rehabilitation of […]