The Best For My Best Friend
Mobility and Osteoarthritis is the 2nd leading reason dog owners choose to euthanize their dog. When your dog just can't get around anymore, you can't stand to watch them suffer. Keeping your dog's body in good condition through regular canine massage is one of the best ways you can stave off one of the top reasons you may choose to put your dog to sleep. Canine massage can also give new life to dog's struggling with mobility issues. The muscle skeletal system of your dog is very important to consider and take action steps towards keeping healthy. Our Knoxville canine massage therapist is here to help. She can evaluate your dog's body condition and discuss any goals or concerns you may want us to consider before you begin massage services for your dog.
Benefits of Canine Massage
- Improving Circulation
- Improving Flexibility
- Reduces anxiety and stress
- Speeds Up Recovery Time
- Alleviates Joint and Muscle Pain
Can A Massage Help Your Dog?
There is nothing like a good massage to make your feel relaxed and comfortable. Massages aren't just for humans, your dog can get a dog massage as well. Our Knoxville dog massage therapist is accepting new clients and she is excited to tailor a massage to fit your dog's needs. When we are considering our dog's long term health, prevention is key. Keeping your dog at a good weight and in good body condition can significantly improve and extend the length of their life. You may be wondering how can a dog massage help my dog?
For the old dog
Old dog are probably the first that comes to mind when thinking about the benefits of canine massage. As your dog ages they lose flexibility and muscle tone, they also are more likely to suffer from arthritis. A canine massage can help improve their flexibility so that they can get up and moving better on a daily basis. For achy joints and muscles, there is nothing like the benefits from having someone work out all the kinks. Our Canine massage therapist in Knoxville, TN can bring so much more joy and comfort to your dog in their old age.
For the dog in recovery
One of the most important parts of recovering from surgery, is keep your dog's body in good working order as they heal. Regular dog massages after surgery can speed up recovery and improve your dog's surgery results. Our Canine massage therapist is well versed in dog physical therapy and can use dog massage to help your dog recovery more quickly, post surgery.
For the anxious dog
A dog massage has a relaxing effect for your dog, just like it does for us. If you dog is struggling with anxious behavior, you will find that a canine massage can help them relax and let go of that anxiety.
The dog that does sports
Dog sports are so much fun for you dog! Doing sports is so great for your dog's mind and body. However, all the jumping, running, and twirling can take a toll on your dog's body. It is so so important for you dog's long term health, to maintain their body condition as an essential part of participating in dog sports.
Book a free consultation with our Canine Massage Therapist in Knoxville, TN.