Use TOGU® to Help with your Dog Fitness Training

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Dog fitness training is only as good as the tools you use. With TOGU®, there are plenty of high-quality products you can use at home to help you train your dog. From balancing to massaging, TOGU® has some great products that will last for a while even with intensive daily use. Below we’ve listed some of our favorites that can help you and your dog workout:

Knobbed Ball Long

TOGU Knobbed Ball Long

The knobbed ball long is a great massage tool to have your dog feeling relaxed after a workout. The Knobbed Ball also helps improve blood circulation throughout your dog’s body. This allows your dog’s lungs, heart and muscles to function properly and efficiently. Adjusting the Knobbed Balls firmness to what your dog is comfortable with can be done by either inflating or deflating the ball.

Balance Blocks

TOGU Balance Block

 

Balance blocks are great to help your dog with their balancing skills. The blocks are somewhat unstable to help your dog’s body awareness, sensorimotor function, and mobility. You can use two for your four-legged friend by placing one under their front legs and the other under their hind legs. Be sure to give your dog some treats to tell them what a good job they are doing.

ABS® Pendell Oval Balls, Regular, 31″

ABS® Pendell Oval Balls, Regular, 31"

For even more balance training, your dog can use the ABS® Pendell Oval Balls. These balls are perfect for your dog to lay down to rest while also getting in some balance training. The balls are big enough for bigger dogs and can support up to 2,200 lbs., while the ABS® capacity is 550 lbs. These balls also provide added level of puncture-resistant safety for those dogs with sharp nails. So, you can rest assured that your dog will be safe while balancing on the ABS® Pendell Oval Balls.

Dog fitness training is great for owners who want to get their dog in shape and provide a little more activity in their life. If you are thinking about dog fitness training, please consult your dog physiotherapist.

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Article written by William Graves.