As well as covering theory about conditions the therapists might be referred from vets, and ways to treat well dogs or canine athletes, the two day course had 4 practical elements.
The students learned a further 8 massage techniques to add to the 11 they learned in Level 1.
They also learned a warm-up/cool-down massage routine and an exclusive lymphatic drainage routine.
The second day concentrated on learning passive movements and stretches. This was followed by practicising a number of active exercises that can be shown to the owners to keep their dog in top condition or for rehabiliation and prevention.