Clinical Canine
    Massage & Bodywork
    Cold Laser Therapy  
    TTouch Practitioner
    Certified Canine
    Fitness Trainer                                                 

  ​​​​​​​​​ FitWOOF

       Where Dogs Get Fi


Copyright © August 2017


Jan has indepth knowledge of the canine structure and gait. She has over thirty years experience in myotherapy and massage techniques with humans and canines.

She understands how to improve the condition of your dog with Massage, Myotherapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Cold Laser, Conditioning and Fitness Training. These modalities help alleviate pain, reduce inflammation and greatly improve performance of your sport dog.

Ask Jan to work out a Program Design of exercises to help improve your dogs, strength, flexibility, balance, endurance and mental focus.

Clinical Canine Sports Myotherapy is the therapeutic application of hands-on deep tissue techniques to the voluntary muscle system and trigger points for the purpose of increasing circulation, reducing muscle spasms, relieving tension, enhancing muscle tone, promoting healing and increasing range of motion in all breeds of dogs.
Sports Massage Therapy increases your dog's performance in events such as Flyball, Agility, UpDog, Dock Diving and other canine sports your dogs are involved in.

REVIEWS - 2017/8

Hi Jan
I would like to say thank you for your excellent work on my Belgian Malinois, Fury, at the Ultimate Air Games National Championships at Purina Farms. Your insight into his gait and movement combined with your hands-on treatment  and cold laser helped Fury perform at his best. Before his treatment he was jumping 12'10" and after your treatment with his aligned gait he jumped 15'2" - a personal best for him! Ultimately in the competition we came in 8th place in the country in Juniors. I would recommend your therapies to any canine competition

So Bella my Mom's pap is still on fire from your 
treatment. She is running around like a nut job, pulling on leash and just generally very happy.
How do I get more of your treatments.
Angie....Courteous Canine,NADD event 2018

Jan Robinson Board Certified BCMT AHT CCFT 

                        Certified Canine Massage Therapist
                  Myotherapy and Trigger Point

                  Cold Laser Therapy
                  Certificate of Completion VOM Tech
                  Certified Canine Fitness Trainer
                  Certified TTouch Practitioner


Twist - Nova​ Scotia Duck
Tolling Revtreiver
UAD Qualifier AZ
Twist's accomplishments would not have been possible were it not for the magic hands of Jan Robinson - Fitwoof. She's a miracle worker!!  The two previous weekends he was jumping 16'-18s when I know he's capable of much more.  After two sessions with Jan he hit 21s, 22s and 23s.  His winning jump of the day was 24.3.

​​Liam, Belgian Malinois - Winner
UAG National Finals 2017
Jan did a wonderful job on Liam! Knowing his gait I could see he was a little off.  Jan saw it immediately and went right to work. A few treatments later he went on to win the competition!!
Scott D 

I am so impressed with her work. Vhoebe is just so much better after a treatment. Feels better, jumps better!!
Agape Ranch - NADD event 2018


Erchonia EVL Cold Laser Therapy 

Reduces Pain
Anti-Inflammatory Action  
Increases Vascular Activity 
Reduces Fibrous Tissue Formation 
Stimulates Nerve Function
Faster Wound Healing

Clinical CANINE MASSAGE  is a branch of massage therapy that promotes health in dogs. Specifically, canine massage therapy is a form of alternative therapy the benefits of which may include relaxation, increased oxygenation, relief from pain, improved joint flexibility, as well as miscellaneous benefits to the immune system. It uses touch to maintain or improve both physical and emotional well-being


Thank you Jan for making Spark's first treatment so easy for her! Your expert knowledge increased her jump another 9" right away! New Personal Best 14'.
Thank you so much
Bonnie S  - Courteous Canine,
NADD event 2018

CASTLE - Doberman at AKC National Championships 2017

Clinical Canine Massage, Myotherapy, VOM and Cold Laser therapies are not a substitute for Veterinary care.
Always consult your Veterinarian. 

Copyright © August 2017​​​​