Canine Massage

Canine Massage

 

Canine Massage Guild

The Canine Massage Guild boasts the largest network of therapists in the UK and is gaining a strong following around the world. The Canine Massage Guild is growing all the time so if there is not a therapist near you at the present then check back as there may be one near you soon.

If you are a vet and interested to see if Clinical Canine Massage is suitable for your patients, simply click here for more information. K9 Massage Guild – information for Vets

Clinical Canine Massage is used for chronic pain management, soft tissue injury rehabilitation and prevention, and supporting dogs with orthopaedic and neurological conditions and complements your veterinary care.

Clinical therapists can assess for orthopaedic and neurological conditions, allowing dogs to be speedily referred back to your vet if required. Therapists will also provide you with a sensible home care plans to help you support your dog at home.

Just like human massage, dog massage works so well because it is able to resolve soft tissue and muscular problems.

In dogs Trigger Points, tightening and shortening of muscles and areas of overcompensation often make a dog old before their time. We acknowledge that you know your dog better than anyone so no matter how small or big their issue is or perhaps you want to bring your dog along as a pre-emptive measure, we are here to help.

If you see any of these issues then we can guarantee your dog will undoubtedly benefit from a Clinical Canine Massage!

  • Stiffness
  • Soreness
  • Unable to go up / down stairs
  • Unable to get in / out of car
  • Mobility issues
  • Lost their ‘sparkle’
  • Depressed
  • Posture changes
  • Coat changes
  • 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

For considerably more information go to Benefits of K9 Massage

Holistic Health Modalities

Acupuncture

Animal Behvaviour

Essences for Animals

Herbal Medicine for Animals

Homeopathy for Animals

Natural Feeding for Animals

Obsalim for Animals

Zoopharmacognosy

Body Work Therapies

Body Work - General- for Animals

Bowen Technique/Therapy for Animals

Canine Massage

Chiropractic - McTimony - for Animals

Craniosacral Therapy for Animals

Hydrotherapy for Animals

Galen (Canine) Myotherapy

Masterson Method for Horses

Osteopathy for Animals

Tellington TTouch for Animals

Physiotherapy for Animals

Therapeutic Equipment

Photizo Light Therapy for Animals

SCENAR for Animals

Read our CAM4animals blogs about Massage

A sample of our blogs showing how massage has been used for animals is displayed below.

Dog running in winter
Supporters’ Tips for Winter

Supporters’ Tips for Winter

It’s nearly Christmas and winter has arrived with a vengeance after a very long, mild and pretty wet season. Many of us are experiencing minus temperatures, snow, ice and cold winds. So, we thought we’d pull together some information and share some of our Supporters Top Tips for winter!! 

Holistic dog grooming
Holistic Dog Grooming

Holistic Dog Grooming

If your dog needs regular grooming then a holistic approach is an important part of the health and wellbeing of your dog. Holistic dog groomer, Danielle Staton, describes how she approaches her work and how she interacts with other practitioners to benefit the dogs she grooms.

Want to help?