Is Your Dog Limping Due to Arthritis, Hip /Shoulder Dysplasia or Injury? Is your Dog a Senior? Do You Have a Performance Dog? I Can Help Your Dog Feel Better and Improve It's Quality of Life
Canine Massage and Swimming
WHY WOULD MY DOG NEED A MASSAGE?
MY DOG HAS HIP/SHOULDER/KNEE DYSPLASIA.
Massage can reduce swelling and inflammation easing the discomfort of these joint problems. Increased blood-flow removes toxins and releases endorphins to ease soreness. Massage will strenghten the muscles for better mobility.
MY DOG WAS RECIENTLY INJURED OR IS RECOVERING FROM SURGERY.( Such as ACL or TPO)
Massage increases blood flow and quickens the healing process by bringing oxygen and nutrients to the area. It can reduce swelling and releases endorphins to reduce discomfort. Gentle range of motion lessens muscle atrophy.
MY DOG IS AN ATHLETE: AGILITY, FLY BALL, FRISBEE, HERDING, OR PLAYS TOO HARD AT DOG PARK
Just like human athletes, massage keeps muscles in top condition and relieves minor aches and strain from over working the muscles.
MY DOG IS A SENIOR.
Massage increases circulation, this helps the older dog with removing toxins from the body, improves digestion and can relieve the pain of arthritis. It promotes overall health and happiness.
MY DOG WAS BITTEN BY ANOTHER DOG.
After the wounds have healed the muscle underneath still have trauma and adhesion. Massage will help to restore the muscle to their previous state and increase range of motion.
MY DOG IS MY BEST FRIEND.
Massage helps to promote a long healthy and happy life. Massage keeps muscles relaxed and flexible. It improves the coat; and digestion while it helps remove toxins from your dog’s body. It promotes physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. It reduces stress and anxiety. Massage feels good and strengthens the human-dog relationship.
MY DOG HAS A CHRONIC ILLNESS.
Massage eases the discomforts associated with chronic illnesses.(Cancer, heart issues, Addison , Cushing’s, etc.) By improving circulation toxins are removed from the body. Massage stimulates the lymphatic system boosting the immune system. Your dog will respond to the comfort of touch and benefit emotionally.
EARLENE VERONA WINN
CERTIFIED CANINE MASSAGE THERAPIST (2005)
CANINE WATER THERAPY - CERTIFIED LEVEL 1 AND 2 (2010)
MEMBER IAAMB (INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ANIMAL MASSAGE AND BODYWORK)
MEMBER ACWT (ASSOCIAN OF CANINE WATER THERAPY)
DEGREE IN ANIMAL SCIENCE -CAL POLY SLO
SPECIAL KINSHIP WITH DOGS
RESTORATIVE MASSAGE, SPORTS MASSAGE, WELLBEING MASSAGE AND AROMATHERAPY
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For about the price of an office visit to the vet, your dog will experience 30 minutes of specialized massage tailored to meet your dog's individual
needs and issues.
Massage is the practice of applying structured pressure, tension, motion, or vibration — manually or with mechanical aids — to the soft tissues of the body, including muscles, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments, joints and lymphatic vessels, to achieve a beneficial response. A form of therapy, massage can be applied to parts of the body or successively to the whole body, to heal injury, relieve psychological stress, manage pain, and improve circulation.
How Massage Works
Regular massage sessions:
Promotes physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing
Relaxation and stress reduction
Increased flexibility of soft tissue
Reduction of edema (swelling)
Enhancement of waste and toxin elimination
Maintenance of good posture and body balance
Prevention of atrophy in inactive muscles
Improvement in athletic performance
Loosing and softening of scar tissue
Release of endorphins
Enhancement of muscle tissue and range of motion
Advancement of healing through increased flow of nutrients to injured muscles
Lengthening of connective tissue, resulting in reduction of the formation of adhesions leading to fibrosis
Reduces joint stiffness and soreness
Improves coat condition
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