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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

We have some special events this month and we’re so excited to be opening our doors wide to everyone who wants to see the Centre in person, meet our staff and ask questions about what we do. The first is a reception for veterinarians and their staff on Friday, Nov. 18 th . Anyone who works in a vet clinic is welcome, but an RSVP is required.


Join us for a fun-filled day at The Centre. Have a tour, get your pup a massage or a swimming lesson, take a photo with Santa and...meet Jeff Collins and Trooper from K9 Orthotics & Prosthetics in N.S. Trooper is the spokespuppy for the Niagara SPCA's "Specially Abled Pets Fund". He came into Keri's care at the tender age of 3 months, after being found at a local landfill missing one of his back paws. She knew he would be a very large dog and that he had a lot of growing to do and that amputating his leg at such a young age would set him up for some serious issues in adulthood. She reached out to Jeff to discuss prosthetics and it turned out that Jeff, who is an amputee himself, had been looking for a new family dog and was waiting for the right one to come along. Needless to say, it was a match made in heaven, which worked out well since Trooper is already on his 4th prosthetic in less than 4 months because he's growing so fast! Not all of the dogs that come into the Niagara SPCA with serious injuries are fortunate enough to find the perfect home but thanks to Trooper's fund, the hope is to save more limbs and lives. All proceeds from this event will go to the Niagara SPCA's Specially Abled Pets Fund. Reservations must be made for massage timeslots.

This will be our first seminar geared towards dog owners who participate in dog sports and those who are interested in getting started in sport. Join us for an informative evening to learn the importance of teaching body awareness at every age, body awareness for sport and exercises to improve body awareness. This will be a dog-free seminar so that attendees can focus on the material being presented. Demonstration dogs will be available for the exercise portion of the evening. Cost is $25 per person. Contact us by Messenger, email info@canineconditioningcentre.ca or phone 289-362-5900 to reserve your spot.

Upcoming Events
Friday, Nov. 18th, 7-9 p.m. – Reception for referring vets & staff
Saturday, Nov. 19th, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. – OPEN HOUSE & fundraiser for the Niagara SPCA’s Specially Abled Pets Fund
Wednesday, Nov. 23 rd , 7-8:30 p.m. – Sporting Dog Seminar: Body Awareness
Dec. 24, 2022 - Jan. 1, 2023 - CLOSED FOR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. We will reopen at 9 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 2, 2023.