· Relieves pain from
arthritis, hip dysplasia, luxating patella, and
· Alleviates stress
caused by separation anxiety, vet and groomer visits, prior abuse, and
loss of another pet.
· Loosens tight muscles
and increases flexibility and range of
· Prepares body for
surgery and reduces recovery time after surgery
· Increases circulation
and lymphatic drainage to improve overall health.
· Releases endorphins
that work as the body’s natural painkiller and
provides a feeling of well-being.
· Benefits young dogs
as they learn to feel comfortable with people
touching their paws, which makes
for easy nail cutting and grooming,
massaging their gums helps promote
circulation and healthy teeth growth, and a full body massage relieves
growing pains and helps build their immune system.
· Older dogs benefit
in that massage relieves aches and pains,
is useful in assessing your dog for
any physical changes, and helps
maintain their immune system.
· Increases bone density
and builds muscle mass.
· Reduces edema
· Agility, flyball,
freestyle and all sport dogs: Massage helps warm up the body in order
to improve performance and reduce risk of injury, helps to cool down the
body both mentally and physically. Massage and stretching pre and post
performance helps in assessing the muscles for any changes and rids muscles
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receives range of motion for her hips.
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