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Coaching The Canine Athlete

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Christine Zink - filmed 2006 - this DVD qualifies for 10 trainer & 7 behavior consultants CCPDT CEUs

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Coaching The Canine Athlete

Presented by; Christine Zink

DVD- 7 disc set

Two Day Seminar...  The working dogs in this seminar participates in structure evaluation, gait training, gait evaluation, conditioning exercises, warm-ups/stretches, and jump training. The lecture covers structure and movement, what to look for in your next performance dog, keeping your dog sound.

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Type DVD universal format
Run Time 14 hrs
ISBN # No
Presenter Christine Zink
Publisher Tawzer Dog LLC
Copyright © 2006, Tawzer Dog LLC
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About The Presenter (BIO) Chris Zink, DVM, Ph.D, is a consultant on canine sports medicine, evaluating canine structure and locomotion, and designing individualized retraining and conditioning programs for canine athletes. She is the award winning author of Peak Performance: Coaching the Canine Athlete and Nutrition for Dummies, Jumping A to Z: Teach Your dog To Soar and Building the Canine Athlete: Strength, Stretching, Endurance and Body Awareness Exercises. She has obtained more than 70 obedience, agility, retrieving, tracking, and conformation titles on dogs from the sporting, herding, working, terrier, and hound groups. Dr. Zink presents Coaching the Canine Athlete® seminars worldwide to rave reviews.

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