Canine Massage Solutions - Promoting Wellness Through Touch
Dogs can benefit from massage, too!  Just like humans, massage assists healing in a way that compliments the body's natural healing ability.  

With your veterinarian's approval and collaboration, the following conditions can benefit from massage:

Injuries resulting from competitive events and backyard play
Hind limb weakness/orthopedic conditions
Post operative healing
Compensating muscle overuse due to anatomical imbalances

Canine massage also benefits senior dogs through relaxation and palliative techniques.  
Warm up and cool down massages help dogs that participate in competition.            

Canine massage provides many benefits including:

--Increases circulation of blood and lymphatic systems, that assist with healing and   the preparation for competition.

--Increases flexibility and range of motion.

--Flushes toxins and metabolic wastes from the system, which facilitates post surgery and post competition healing.

--Relieves muscular restrictions, tightness, stiffness, and spasms.

--Promotes an overall sense of wellness and relaxation, which is especially helpful with rescue dogs, show dogs with butterflies, and nervous dogs.

Offering first class mobile canine massage in the Bradenton/Sarasota, Florida area based on extensive training in canine anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology.  Your canine companion receives professional treatment that includes comprehensive treatment notes, vet communication, and massage treatments that are individualized for your dog.

MASSAGE IS NEVER A SUBSTITUTE FOR LICENSED VETERINARY CARE. ALWAYS CONSULT YOUR VETERINARIAN BEFORE SEEKING 
MASSAGE THERAPY.













Sue Redfield
Certified Canine Massage Therapist
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