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Canine massage is a non-invasive, hands-on therapy that treats the whole body rather than just the area of pain. It rehabilitates muscular injuries by manipulating the dog's soft tissue structure. It helps to improve relaxation, relieves pain, improves joint flexibility and helps boost the immune system. It also helps to alleviate pain and symptoms from orthopaedic conditions such as arthritis, hip dysplasia, and luxating patella promoting the overall health of your dog.


Your Dog may benefit if they are - 

- Lame or limping

- Irregular posture or gait

- Showing signs of stiffness after exercise or when rising from rest

- Are generally slowing down and looking old before their time

- Struggling with daily activities - jumping on and off the sofa, out of the car, etc.

- Isolating themselves or showing anxious, fearful behaviour

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- Showing signs of discomfort or pain

- Twitching skin or tickly spot when touched

- Suffering from an orthopaedic condition

- Postoperative recovery

- Reduced performance in sporting activities

- Unwillingness to be groomed

What results can be achieved?

- Resolution or reduction in lameness

- Significantly reduced pain

- Improve flexibility, resulting in more fluid and effortless movement

- Reduced muscular and joint stiffness/soreness

- Coping better with orthopaedic conditions e.g. arthritis

- Improved performance of sporting and working dogs

- Reduced anxiety and stress levels

- Restored enthusiasm and energy for favourite activities

- Rehabilitates muscular injuries and reduces scar tissue

- Overall, a younger, healthier and happier dog

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