How can your dog benefit from pet massage?

For active dogs:

  • benefits overworked and compensating muscles
  • Increases strength, endurance, and conditioning
  • Encourages balance in the way they use their bodies

For inactive dogs:

  • Benefits their skin, coat and joint mobilization
  • Increases rate and depth of respiration
  • Increases flexibility
  • Stimulate and enhance his immune system

For dogs who spend minimal time outside or exercising:

  • Increase his rate and depth of respiration
  • Increases flexibility and blood circulation

According to PetMassage ™ training and research Institute, massage helps:

  • Young dogs develop and stay healthy
  • Senior dogs stay vital, flexible, and playful
  • All dogs become more healthy and balanced
  • Increases circulation
  • Helps relieve the effects of stiffness and joint discomfort
  • Develops and maintains muscle tone
  • Helps dog rehabilitate after surgeries and other trauma
  • Enhances bonding in adopted dogs
  • Helps dogs and their owners with end-of-life care, “transitions“

Please note that PetMassage ™ does not include: 

  • deep tissue work or extremes of joint movement
  • We do not diagnose or treat specific disorders, or prescribe any medications
  • Always check with your veterinarian before scheduling massages to see if there are areas of your dog needing extra attention or areas where a massage should be avoided.