Spinal therapy and canine massage
Animals can suffer from pain and discomfort as well as us. These issues can arise in working dogs, dogs who take part in agility or in dogs who engage in boisterous or excessive play. They can also be as a result of age, handling methods and accidents. These tensions can lead to symptoms such as abnormal posture or movement, sensitivity to touch or grooming, reluctance to jump or climb stairs and behavioural changes.
Canine massage and McTimoney-Corley treatment can alleviate these tensions and can also help with: general mobility and flexibility, reducing the risk of injury, calming nervous dogs, and improving muscle strength and circulation.
I offer two different types of treatments for dogs:
The two methods can be used together or separately according to the dog’s needs and veterinary advice. Just as we benefit from regular preventative treatments, so do our dogs and I can advise on this.
The McTimoney-Corley method
Why not just pamper your dog? Most dogs love this treatment!
Please note that veterinary permission must be sought before treatment can take place. A quick phone call to your vet is usually sufficient.