Passive stretching used in massage
after cructiate ligament surgery.



Overall Benefits of Canine Remedial Massage

  • Improves blood flow and circulation.
  • Helps eliminate toxins from the body through lymphatic drainage.
  • Enhances the range of motion and flexibility.
  • Relieves muscular tension and helps tone weak muscles.
  • Can help speed the recovery time from an injury or surgery.
  • Reduces pain and muscle swelling (encourages the release of endorphins).
  • Enhances the dog's immune system.
  • Can help improve the performance of the canine athlete (for example, Agility, Flyball, etc.).
  • Can assist in reducing negative behavioural issues by decreasing stress levels.
  • Improves the condition of the skin and coat.

N.B. To comply with the Veterinary Surgeons Act (1966), all animals need to have a veterinary consent form signed before massage treatment can take place.

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