Three Simple Steps to earn your Canine Conditioning Fitness Title



 Print the checklist (PDF) 

 Canine Conditioning Fitness Title Checklist   CCF Champion Title Checklist




 Practice the Level 1 exercises from the list with your dog 

Not sure what some of the exercises are? Here is a comprehensive list with video of every one:

View video descriptions




 Show your exercises to a Canine Conditioning Fitness Coach (CCFC)

Live, or via video. There are three ways you can do this. Choose the one that’s easiest for you:

Free Facebook  Spark Team Online class with personal coach In-Person
Facebook  Spark Team classes are free. Each team is coached by a certified CCFC who will happily review your videos. This is our most popular program. Our paid Master Class online course has your personal coach who will teach you the exercises and review your videos. The cost of the title is included in the price so you can skip step 4 below. Demonstrate your tricks live to a  CCFC in your area


Pay for convenience 





Pay / Submit your application



Canine Conditioning Fitness is practiced in pursuit of peak performance, injury prevention, coordination, flexibility, and rehabilitation.

Earn your Canine Conditioning Fitness title and medal by demonstrating mastery of skills for a certified Canine Conditioning Fitness Coach (CCFC). Skills are explained in Kyraโ€™s Canine Conditioning book. Dog will be evaluated that he understands the exercise, actively participates, challenges himself, and improves. Video submissions accepted. Four title levels to achieve. 

Approved and Vetted Fitness Techniques

Although this Canine Conditioning and Fitness program has been extensively researched and reviewed by a panel of experts in the field, we recognize that any physical endeavor comes with risk. Please evaluate each dog and exercise before attempting a skill, and, if necessary, consult with your veterinarian or other expert. Please see the top expert reviewer bios at the back of Kyra’s Canine Conditioning book. 

Substitutions for an Exercise

If a particular skill is unfeasible due to physical or behavioral difficulties, the coach may specify a substitution at their discretion. An exercise may be considered unfeasible if:

  • The exercise is not well suited for the breed
  • The exercise is unsafe because of a dog’s health issues 
  • You do not have access to the required equipment
  • It is causing undue fear or reactivity in the dog

To see pictures of every exercise and a list of substitutions, check out the free online Master Class: