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I know first hand how unfortunate it is our best friends have to stay at home while we go to the gym. After all, they enjoy physical activity and mental stimulation too!
This is why I created this fun and unique group fitness class. By incorporating strength training, cardio drills, games, and both basic dog obedience as well as tricks, my fitness classes with your dog invite you to both be active and healthy together.
Click -HERE- to learn the benefits of working out with your dog.
Your team’s health & safety is important to me! So, if you’re new to F&P,
follow these steps & you’ll be enjoying my fitness classes with your dog in no time!
After you consultation you can decided between the different package options and reserve your spot in class at your convenience online.
Get ready to workout like never before in this fun and unique group fitness class.
Regularly working out, including strength, agility, endurance, flexibility and body awareness exercises, can have so many health benefits including:
• Increase your chance to live longer
• Reduce your risk of heart disease
• Improve your ability to do activities
• Strengthen your bones and muscles
• Reduce your risk of cancer
• Improve your mental health
• Control your weight
• Reduce your risk of diabetes
We learned so much that a few private lessons, my wife and I started bringing our terrier to Tracy's fitness classes. It was a wonderful class filled with open minded people and a highly trained instructor. I would recommend Feet & Paws to anyone.
I find that Tracy is a wealth of knowledge, when it comes to dogs and what their needs are. We had a lot of fun and was very sore the next day. Can't wait for our next class!
We always have such a great time at class. It's such a brilliant idea: my dog gets to run around and get lots of energy out (always the plight of the dog owner), and I get a great work out on top of everything too. The biggest thing holding me back from exercising was having to leave my dog at home. Problem solved!
I'm always looking for activities in which I can participate with my four-legged child. Tracy has a great approach, calm presence, and positive attitude. Love the balance of activities and my muscles tell me I'm getting a solid workout too. Thank you, Tracy!
My dog, Linus, and I have being regular participants of Tracy James wonderful Feet & Paws classes for 4 years. In that time Linus has learned amazing tricks, improved his obedience training, maintained his weight and is in superb health. I, too, have kept in shape and together Linus and I have created a bond that is hugely fulfilling.
Our sessions taught me so much about my dog and how to train him. Can't say enough good things!
Perfect For: Socialized, up-to-date and fully vaccinated dogs (Rabies, DHLPP, and Bordetella) who are at least 6 months old and behave well on leash..and their owner(s) too of course!
Where: Santa Monica Airport Park, 3201 Airport Ave., Santa Monica, CA -MAP-
Cost: As low as $20. For more information below.
Class Description: This all-levels class is the perfect way to launch, rejuvenate or compliment your fitness routine. It’s an action-PAWcked class that focuses on cardio, strength, and agility training for you AND your dog while also integrating basic (and beyond) dog obedience skills. Don’t worry, plenty of fitness form cues and dog obedience tips provided!
Interested in a private class for you and your friends with your dogs? Contact me today for a quote!
• My tiered pricing REWARDS YOU for getting out and active with your dog more often!
• There are two team options available, Basic and Family.
• Prices shown are for payments made with cash, Venmo, Zelle, or check.
• Paying full price by credit card is available at my online store, http://feetandpaws.com/store/
• Complete purchased class(es) anytime before expiration.
• Space in class subject to availability.
• Options and prices subject to change without notice.
Needless to say, my bond with Sandy (named after the dog in Annie), was immediate. All jokes aside, she was my best friend for sixteen years and our friendship inspired my love of animals.
It wasn’t until my third year of college, and far from the unconditional support of Ginger, my family’s next four-legged family member, that I discovered my interest in health and fitness. I started walking on a regular basis to get away from the computer and relieve stress. Having never been very physically active in the past, I was surprised to find I enjoyed walking so much that, in time, I started walking longer and faster, eventually progressing to running. Over summer break, I kept the momentum and walked and ran with Ginger. It was so wonderful taking control of my well-being with my best friend who was also benefiting from activity.
As I transitioned into the working world, I never lost sight of the impact and joy animals and activity brought to my life. Not yet able to have my own dog (darn you work schedule!), I began volunteering at a local city shelter. I quickly gained respect as an experienced, trustworthy dog handler and even taught other volunteers how to handle and train the shelter dogs. It was both heart breaking and tremendously rewarding work.
So, I finally adopted my own dog from the shelter, a beautiful Belgian Malinois mix, Berlin. At this same time my fitness regime had progressed and I was participating in full and half marathons. Soon my favorite part about participating in a race was not crossing the finish line but training with my best buddy. Berlin and I have even walked and ran in several 5Ks and 10Ks together.
All of this made me realize I wanted to help others have it all too. So, I earned by dog training and fitness instruction certifications and now combine and share these skills in the various services that Feet & Paws offers. It is such an honor helping people and their dogs be healthy and happy together.
*For great bios, photos, and videos of the wonderful animals available for adoption at North Central Shelter visit
or for a list of the animals from all six L.A. Animal Service Shelters visit www.laanimalservices.com
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