Canine sports medicine, rehabilitation, and fitness for all. Courses are geared toward professionals and pet owners.

Note that signing up for the school will allow students to see the school, but you will still need to enroll in specific courses and coaching products of your choice to access your content.

"I will be forever grateful for what you did for Lola and I. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for what you did to help us!"

- Yvonne Vertlieb

Red smooth border collie in an extended run hovering 1 foot over a blue dog walk. The background is particle board wood in a neutral beige color.
A golden red Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever stands facing the left side of the frame. She looks forward standing in almost perfect posture with her tail out behind her. Black and purple lines are drawn to highlight her shoulder and pelvic and stifle angles. There is agility equipment in the background, with an evergreen forest behind limb. She is standing on a lawn of short green foliage.
Shoulder Injury Mini Course

A guided lecture series course. This course will cover shoulder anatomy, common shoulder injuries, treatment options, and prevention.

A fit yellow labrador is flying through the air with rippling muscles. His rear paws curl just off the edge of the dock. An advertisement for dock diving is in the background. The side of the dock and the pool are blue.
Hip Dysplasia Mini Course

A guided lecture series course. What is hip dysplasia? Why does it happen? How can we screen for it? What can you do if your dog is diagnosed with Hip Dysplasia?

A white woman in a gray t-shirt and light blue leggings looks over her right shoulder with her right arm back and hand in a loose fist. She is looking at a blue merle Australian Shepherd jumping over a wall jump agility obstacle. The wall jump is black and white bricked. There is a dark pink cone on top of the right side tower of the wall. The ground is green and the background wall is white.
Overcoming Obstacles

A recorded webinar discussing different fitness exercises for agility obstacles.

Learn about how to prepare your dog physically for agility.

Contacts, Weave Poles, Tunnels, and Jumps are covered.

A white passing woman with long golden highlights in brown hair holds the collar of a dog sitting to the right of her. She is wearing a dark pink long sleeves shiny shirt. She has a ring on the ring finger of the hand holding the dogs collar. She is smiling. The dog is a red tri smooth border collie with prick ears, a white chest and belly and white front legs. He is sitting on red inflatable fitness peanut. He is smiling. Both the woman and dog are looking straight into the camera.

Hi, I’m Leslie Eide, DVM CCRT.

Education and Teaching Accomplishments:

  • Colorado State University's Veterinary School - 2006
  • Rotating Small Animal Internship 2006-2007
  • Certified in canine rehabilitation by the Canine Rehab Institute with a focus in sports medicine
  • Co-creator of the Canine Fitness Trainer Certification (CCFT)
  • Taught all over the world: England, Switzerland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the USA
  • Winner of the 2018 AARV $5000 American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation alternative path resident grant
  • Taught for FDSA, Camddwr Canine, and Bad Dog Agility

Agility Accomplishments:

  • ADCH
  • ADCH Bronze
  • ATCH2
  • MACH
  • Multiple showings at Cynosports with semi-final finishes
  • 3 USA EO Tryouts
  • Multiple US Open Speedstakes Finals and Games Finals
  • Speedstakes 3rd at the 2019 US Open with Stig
  • Multiple AKC NAC appearances
  • AKC World Team Tryouts

USA Swimming Accomplishments:

  • 3rd 200 Breast Stroke U.S. Swimming National Junior Championship
  • 4 year letter winner University of New Mexico 1996-2000
  • 400IM School Record Holder 1998-2002
  • Lobo Award 2000

During my time as a swimmer, I learned about exercise physiology, sports medicine, and physical therapy.

Leslie is a member of the AVMA, WSVMA and AARV.