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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
Senior Fitness Class
Please, join us in welcoming Debbie Wood, PT, MCPA, CCRT to our team at the Niagara Canine Conditioning Centre. Debbie is a physiotherapist and certified in canine rehab from the Canine Rehab Institute in Florida. Debbie and Barbara worked together at Manchester Royal Infirmary and even went to the same girls’ grammar school! Of course, this was only a few years ago! Debbie recently moved from Toronto to St Catharines. She said she had retired but we just couldn’t let that happen! We are grateful to have her to help fill in when Keri and Barbara are away. Please, be patient with her as she learns our system.

Thanks to everyone who participated in our first “Paint Your Pet Nite” with Katie Favell. It was a great success and we raised $438.00 for the Fort Erie SPCA. Stay tuned to our Facebook page for future events, we know there’s more of you who wanted to do this!

Our senior fitness class was also a big hit. Pet owners were grateful for the things they learned and want to encourage ALL senior pet owners to get involved in your pup’s aging process. They also said that they would have liked to do it when their dogs were a bit younger so, even if you’re not finding your dog is slowing down yet, you could both still benefit from this course. All the dogs had improvements in their mobility and daily tasks and their owners are now looking forward to winter, armed with the knowledge and skills they gained during the 6 classes. We do plan to hold this course again and are looking at some other class options such as a puppy fitness class and general (any age) fitness classes so, stay tuned for more details on those.

We have LOTS of exciting news this month! To top it all off, we have just been announced as FINALISTS for the Niagara Women in Business Awards in the EMERGING BUSINESS category. We are thrilled to be recognized by the local business community once again. The awards ceremony is on Friday, November 8. Contact the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce if you are interested in attending.

Upcoming Events
Friday, Oct. 25: CLOSED

Friday, Nov. 8: Niagara Women in Business Awards Luncheon, 11-2

Monday, Dec. 23-Friday, Dec. 27: CLOSED FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Tuesday, Dec. 31: Closing at 4 p.m.