Dogs Body Canine Massage
Tel: 07967 099603

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BENEFITS OF MASSAGE

Clinical Canine Massage Therapy may help your dog if you see or your dog has any of the following:
 
  • Lameness/Limping  
  • Stiffness
  • Difficulty going up/down stairs
  • Signs of Ageing - slowing down, losing their zest for life
  • Performance issues e.g. Agility  - measuring, coming out of weaves, missing contacts, knocking poles etc
  • Arthritis, hip/elbow dysplasia/spinal issues
  • Loss of limbs (overcompensation issues as a result)
  • Reluctant to walk
  • Getting old before their time
  • Gait/posture irregularities
  • Nervous/anxious/shy
  • Coat changes (hair flicking up in places it doesn't normally)
 
   
It can also assist a dog recovering from operations/injury eg: Cruciate ligament surgery, Luxating Patella,  by speeding up their recovery process.
 
 
 
And I aim for improvements such as:
 
  • Better movement
  • Reduced stiffness
  • Resolving/significantly reduce lameness
  • A younger acting, more active dog
  • Improved mood
  • Enjoying going to walks once again
  • Able to climb up and down stairs
  • Significant reduction in pain
  • Able to get in and out of the car
  • Coping with arthritis/orthopaedic issues better than before
  • Enjoying life and getting a spring in their step
 
I am:
 
  • Qualified, professional and insured
  • A member of the Canine Massage Guild which promotes high standards, safe practice and Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
  • Fully trained, having completed over 800 hours with 2 years training on the Canine Massage Diploma run by Canine Massage Therapy Centre
  • Trained in 4 disciplines of massage; swedish, sports, soft tissue and myofascial release
  • Trained in canine anatomy and physiology
  • Trained in advanced palpation and soft tissue injury identification skills like no other
  • Totally results driven aiming to improve your dog in 1-3 sessions
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