WHY MASSAGE THERAPY?
Recovery from injury or operations
  • RECOVERY FROM INJURY OR OPERATIONS: -
    Increases muscle tone flexibility and confidence.

  • WORKING DOGS: -
    prepares the dog for intense action, helps prevent injuries. Aids recovery and relaxation after the event.
  • OLD DOGS: -
    increased mobility and improved quality of life.
  • HAPPY COMPANIONS: -
    therapeutic massage to improve the well being of your pet.
Sue Julian - canine massage therapist

WHAT DOES THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE INVOLVE?

  • On first contact I will note your dogs details and a veterinary permission form is sent to your
    vet to confirm that massage is a suitable treatment for your dog.
  • You then make an appointment with me and I will give you some general advice at this stage.
  • At the first appointment I will observe the dog move and discuss the dog's condition with you before beginning any treatment.
  • I then massage the dog to address problem areas.
    This can last up to one hour.
  • After the treatment we will discuss how to move forward with your dog.
Please note that veterinary permission must be sought before commencing any massage treatment
Working dogs
Canine massage, Tonbridge, Kent
Happy companions

... AND NOT ONLY MASSAGE FOR DOGS!

Remedial massage for small mammals, including rabbits!

I not only treat dogs, but most small mammals including rabbits.

Rowen was having problems moving due to his size. Massage has helped him move better and also made him more tolerant of his human carers.
This is what his owner says: 'Thank you so much. It has really helped him and hopefully will keep him going a bit longer!'

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