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Carmen bekam mit 15 endlich ihren ersten eigenen Hund, den Beaglerüden Lou. Mit ihm war sie in unterschiedlichen Hundeschulen und Vereinen unterwegs, bis sie dann in England bei Kay Laurence die Clickertrainerausbildung machte. Während Ihres Auslandssemesters an der University of Durham wo sie u.A. den Kurs "Animal Behaviour" belegte, war Lou selbstverständlich auch dabei. Hier starteten beide nicht nur auf Dogdance-Turnieren, sondern halfen auch in einer Hundeschule aus. Dabei sammelte Carmen erste Kontakte zur Hundephysiotherapie. Das Interesse an dieser liess nicht nach, insbesondere nachdem klar war, dass Lou an Hüftgelenksdysplasie litt. Inspiriert von den Aussagen von Lous damaliger Physiotherapeutin, dass das Dogdance ihn so lange fit gehalten hätte, änderte Carmen etliche Dogdance-Elemente so ab, dass sie zum Stärken gezielter Muskelregionen trainiert werden konnten. Im Oktober 2013 erschien ihr erstes Buch "Gymnastricks - gezieltes Muskeltraining für Hunde". Mit ihrem Nachwuchshund Darwin ist Carmen Teil des Team Germany für die Europameisterschaft im Dogdance.


After years and years of waiting, Carmen finally got her first dog at the age of 15, her beagle "Lou". She went to lots of clubs and dog schools till she did her clicker trainer education at Kay Laurence's Wag More Barn in England. During her study abroad, she had the possibility to attend an animal behaviour course at the University of Durham. In order to finance her study, she also worked in a dog school whilst competing in Canine Freestyle with Lou. Here, she got into touch with canine physiotherapists and became very much interested in this canine field, especially since it became obvious that Lou suffered from hip dysplasia. Inspired by the statement of Lou's physiotherapist that Canine Freestyle had kept him healthy for that long, Carmen adapted freestyle elements in such a way that they could strengthen specific muscle groups. In October 2013, her book "Gymnastricks" was published in German, the English version is to follow this summer. With her second dog, Darwin, Carmen was part of the German Team for the Open European Freestyle and Heelwork to Music Championship in 2014.