Canine Massage

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Canine Massage

What is it?

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Pet massage is a systematic approach to working with the soft tissues and energy fields of the body towards a desired physiological and psychological outcome.

Benefits

  • Promotes relaxation and emotional well-being.
  • Increases flexibility.
  •  Increases flow for proper nutrient distribution.
  • Provides a sense of ease and comfort (particularly to geriatric animals).

Conditions that benefit from massage:

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  • Stiff and achy joints from Osteoarthritis.
  • Sore muscles from highly active animals such as agility dogs.
  • Pre and post- operative areas (when approved by a veterinarian).
  • Sore and stiff muscles brought on by obesity and old age.
  • Stress and anxiety brought on by specific events or environments.
  • Muscle fatigue brought on by body imbalances, injury or disability (missing limbs.)

Session Length

nomao-saeki-59109The session length is determined by the size of the animal as well as their tolerance to the session.  While the practitioner has a basic massage routine, what the session actually looks like is guided by the pet.  Some animals are very receptive to the work and allow the practitioner to do a whole body routine.  Others can tolerate only small doses of the work or techniques done on only certain parts of their body.  The session could last only a few minutes or could go upwards of 30-45 minutes.

Massage is a complimentary therapy and is NOT meant to take the place of veterinary treatment.

 

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