What is Therapeutic Canine Massage?
This unique, strong, manipulative remedial canine massage works by releasing tight, sore muscles, removing debilitating ‘knots’ or trigger points that cause referred pain and helps rehabilitate injuries by breaking down restrictive scar tissue caused by daily activities that may be responsible for your dog’s discomfort.
Canine massage can help to resolve many day to day mobility issues whether they have suddenly come on or have been there for while. Getting your dog therapeutically treated by a Member of the Canine Massage Guild is a must for any owner concerned with their dog’s mobility and health, it can help give you answers for what you are seeing with your dog and importantly then do something about it with an hour of hands on therapy.
We aim to give your dog results in just 1-3 sessions.
Canine massage is also a natural form of pain relief that can help to resolve soft tissue or muscular problems and helps support orthopaedic issues like Arthritis and Hip Dysplasia with tangible results. Click here for testimonials!
Results You Can See & Your Dog Can Feel!
Therapeutic Canine Massage may help your dog if you see any of the following:
- Difficulty going up/down stairs
- Quicker recovery from operations/injury eg: Cruciate
- Signs of Ageing
- Back/Neck/Shoulder Pain
- Performance Issues eg: Agility, knocking poles, Obedience; send away
- Arthritis, Hip/Elbow Dysplasia
- Reluctant on walks
- Disinterested in life
- Twitching down back
- Old before their time
- Gait/Posture Irregularities eg: roaching/swayback
- Nervous/Anxious/Touch Shy
- Quivering of the skin
- Nibbling at back end
- Crying/Yelping in pain
What do people typically see with their dog after a Therapeutic Canine Massage
- Better movement
- Reduced stiffness
- Significantly reduced pain levels
- Resolution or significant reduction of lameness
- A ‘younger’ dog
- An improved mood
- Happy to go on and enjoying walks again
- Able to go up/down stairs
- Able to get in/out of car
- Got their ‘zest’ back for life
- Coping better with arthritis
- Improved agility/working performance e.g. not knocking poles, good contacts and weave entry
- Better posture e.g. no more swayback or roaching
- More fluid, effortless gait
- And more! Let us help you to help your dog, so book your appointment today!