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Canine Massage Therapy

Your dog may benefit from clinical massage therapy if they show any of the following:

  • Lameness/limping

  • Become stiff or old before their time

  • Not enjoying walks like they used to

  • Anxiety or nervousness

  • Unusual posture (unwilling to bear weight on a limb, roached or sway back etc)

  • Drop in performance (Agility, knocking poles or coming out of the weaves etc)

  • Struggling getting in and out of the car or up and down the stairs

  • Recovering from an operation such as Cruciate Ligament repair

  • Loss of interest in play

  • Reluctant to be petted, groomed or touched

  • Have an Orthopaedic condition such as Arthritis, Hip Dysplasia, Spondylosis and Luxating Patella

Some of the results you may see following massage therapy:

  • Improved mobilty

  • Happy to go on walks again

  • Improved muscle tone

  • More willing to be petted, groomed or touched

  • Reduced stiffness

  • Regain their zest for life

  • Better gait and movement

  • Resolved or reduced lameness

  • More social with people or other dogs, wanting to play

  • Improved performance in activities such as agilty

  • Able to do things they once did such as jump in and

       out of the car

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