Canicross and velocross: training

The principle
Jog or cycle with the Médor by holding it with a cord and a belt (canicross or a clip (bicycle) Ideal for training and working on your endurance.

This is for you if…
You are physically fit and your dog obeys you.

Where to practice?
Where dogs are allowed. Avoid cycling in an area where there is traffic.

The price
Minimum €30 for equipment, plus a membership fee if you join a club.

Obé-rythmée: to feel good

The principle
Obé-rythmée is the contraction of “rhythmic obedience”. This dog training on a musical background consists of performing a choreography with your dog. A good way to use gently.

This is for you if…
You have an artistic soul and like to dance. And if you want to develop your dog’s attention.

Where to practice?
To start, it is best to register at a dog center (more info here). Once you’ve run in, you can practice without a guide wherever you want.

The price
Count €70 for a start-up course.

The Doga: to be relaxed

The principle
Practice yoga movements in harmony with your animal. The doga is an excellent way to train your dog by teaching him to repeat the movements performed in front of him.

This is for you if…
You like to innovate and if your Zen attitude pushes you to be patient with your animal.

Where to practice?
The Doga is widely used in the United States, much less so in France. There is only one salon in Saint-Jean-de-Luz that offers lessons (€40 per session). However, there are a number of videos on the internet that can inspire you for a home session.

The price
None, unless you invest in a train ticket to the Basque Country or a plane ticket to the States.

.