top of page

Carpal Ligament Injury


When Aura leapt over the barrier to go see what exciting thing was happening out there, she did not stop to see that she was actually on a second floor balcony. The diagnosis was torn ligaments in the back of her paw. 


Patella Luxation


Patellar luxation is one of the most common orthopedic conditions in dogs, diagnosed in 7% of puppies. The condition affects primarily small dogs, including Boston Terriers


Cruciate Ligament Repair


The Cruciate Ligament in the dog's knee is very important for keeping the knee stable during movement. In an unstable knee, arthritis will develop rapidly, resulting in pain and disability.


Dawn, Sammy and Thea.jpg

I am amazed at the difference it’s made to his performance in agility. Yoga has helped him to build up his muscles and he’s much stronger and jumping better.
I’m so convinced that Shade has benefitted from yoga that I’m now taking my four-year old Border Collie, Bruno, to yoga.

Dawn, Sammy and Thea (1).jpg

 "I love the fact that it has really taught me to know my dog and her movement, and how this can benefit in picking up a niggle before it becomes and injury."


I started doing the class around 7 years ago with my border collie Kadin. I loved the classes from the start, and even though some of the exercises were challenging for us, there was always a lot of encouragement and support 

Dawn, Sammy and Thea (2).jpg

"We are relatively new to this, so it has been a great learning journey for us. She has calmed down considerably and enjoys her massage and relaxation. She is maintaining focus really nicely"


 "I think doing K9Yoga, together with the meds is a more holistic way of dealing
with arthritis. I have been doing the yoga classes for around 3 years. It makes a big difference, but I think frequency is key "

Dawn, Sammy and Thea (3).jpg

"Melissa has managed to turn exercising into something fun for both human and dog. by doing yoga both Milo and Benji have increased muscle strength, better balance and greatly increased their confidence."

bottom of page