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Welcome to the Niagara Canine Conditioning Centre
“The Centre” is the first and only full service rehab-only facility for pets in the Niagara Peninsula.

Dogs and cats alike will benefit from the expertise and collaboration of therapists from both sides of the field and a facility which enables them to exercise year-round.
Our Mission
We are committed to helping you enjoy your pets for as long as possible by keeping them fit and active. When sick or injured, we will work with you to get your pet back to doing the things you love to do together as quickly as possible. Consider us a part of your pet’s “Quality of Life Care Team”.
What is Rehabilitation?
Rehabilitation or Physiotherapy, as we know it in human medicine, has been around since the early 1900’s. It has only recently become part of animal care and is, perhaps, one of the fastest growing disciplines in veterinary medicine. When your pet has an injury, surgery or a neurological condition which affects its ability to function, rehabilitation is essential for recovery and return to normal activities. Rehabilitation practices can also be applied to the fitness and conditioning of athletic/working/show dogs to improve stance, stamina and performance.
What’s New


  1. We are now open 5 days a week. Monday & Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday 9 a.m.-7 p.m. and Wednesday 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
  2. We are still restricting the clients we allow into the building. Currently, we are only admitting 1 person with recreational swimmers and with new patients for initial assessment only. All clients are asked to call us when they arrive in the parking lot and to follow instructions given by staff. Those entering the building must be wearing a mask and sanitize their hands or put on a pair of latex gloves (provided) between the doors. For those clients attending appointments, staff will continue to handle/restrain your pet. You are there to observe only as we must maintain 6’ of social distancing at all times. Door handles and seating are cleaned with bleach after each client.
  3. We prefer payments be made over the phone with a credit card or by E-transfer but can accommodate debit and cash transactions. While at the front desk, be sure to stand in front of the plexiglass barrier.
  4. The pool and gym areas are open for rehab and fitness appointments as well as recreational swimming. Clients going to the pool area with their dogs are to go straight to the pool area.
  5. Massage is available on Tuesdays from 9-11:30 a.m.
  6. Clients who have travelled in the 2 weeks prior to their appointment, are feeling ill (regardless of whether they have COVID-19) or have been in contact with someone who is suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 will need to find someone else to bring their pet to us or cancel their appointments. THERE WILL BE NO PENALTIES FOR LATE CANCELLATIONS UNDER THESE CIRCUMSTANCES.
  7. Whether the staff is speaking with you outside or in the building, please, respect the social distance recommendation of 6’ at all times.
  8. If you are uncomfortable with any of these regulations or are still concerned about the risks to yourself and your family, we fully understand if you wish to cancel your appointment for the time being. Again, there will be no penalties for COVID-related cancellations.
Thank you for your support and cooperation. Please, be patient and respectful of our staff. This is new to all of us and we are doing our best to keep you and ourselves safe.

Barbara, Keri and the NCCC staff

Upcoming Events
Monday, Sep 7: Closed for Labour Day

Monday, Oct. 12: Closed for Thanksgiving