Anastasia Chernyavskaya

Veterinary Rehabilitologist, CCRT



Anastasia Chernyavskaya is a veterinary rehabilitation specialist and head of the Department of Education and Marketing at Skolkovo Vet Hospital. She is a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist and a member of the American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians. Anastasia's areas of interest include physical rehabilitation of orthopedic and neurological patients, as well as sports veterinary medicine. In addition to her work at the hospital, she has her own patient - a little dog named Nyusha, whom the rehabilitation specialists fully restored after a serious injury to her pelvis and spine.

Fit Pup: Proper Exercising for Canine Health and Welfare

We are all familiar with the numerous health benefits of physical exercise for humans. But what about our canine companions? Do they experience similar advantages from physical activity, and if so, what types of exercise are beneficial for their overall well-being? Conversely, are there specific activities that should be approached with caution or avoided altogether, and what are the underlying reasons behind these recommendations?

The realm of canine exercise is brimming with questions and answers, and it is vital to navigate the fine line between scientific evidence and personal experiences. Is there a universally "safe" level of physical exertion suitable for all dogs, regardless of their age or gender? How do these factors impact the selection of appropriate exercise routines?

During this insightful presentation, we will unravel the complexities surrounding canine exercise, exploring the interplay between scientific findings and practical insights. Join us as we delve into topics such as tailoring exercise regimens to individual dogs, the influence of age and gender on exercise choices, and other intriguing aspects. Prepare to gain a comprehensive understanding of this subject and deepen your knowledge of canine well-being.