It may be that your dog is on long-term medication or has not responded as well as you had hoped to other forms of bodywork, exercise therapy or pain management and you don’t know what else could help. That’s where the Clinical Canine Massage Therapy can help.
If you see any of these issues then I can guarantee your dog will undoubtedly benefit from a Clinical Canine Massage.
Clinical Canine Massage may help your dog if you see any of the following:
Unable to go up / down stairs
Unable to get in / out of car
Lost their ‘sparkle’
Uneven nail wear
Twitching of skin
Old before their time
Unwilling on walks
Back / Neck / Hip issues
Poor agility performance eg: weave entry, measuring, knocking poles
Canine massage benefits:
Improves mobility and reduces stiffness to help your dog move freely.
Eases sore, tight muscles, which improve your dog’s desire to move and exercise.
Provides an effective form of pain relief to relieve chronic pain in dog’s body.
Increases muscle tone and balance to support correct body alignment and posture.
Improves your dog’s gait and encourages even weight bearing on all limbs.
Improves elasticity and flexibility, helping your dog to feel comfortable and agile.
Aids recovery from injury or surgery, which can reduce recovery time.
Improves performance in working, show and agility dogs.
Supports dogs with orthopaedic conditions such as Arthritis and Hip Dysplasia.
Promotes relaxation and relieves stress and anxiety helping your dog to feel calmer.
Contributes to skin and cell regeneration, which helps your dog to have a healthy coat.
Supports the immune system to maintain optimum health of your dog.
Breaks down scar tissue and reduces scarring and swelling.
Massage can help your dog to have a better quality of life and give you peace of mind as an owner.