What is Clinical Canine Massage?

Clinical canine massage therapy is a pioneering therapy!

This unique, strong, manipulative clinical massage for dogs -  works by releasing tight, sore muscles, removing debilitating ‘knots’ or trigger points that cause referred pain and helps rehabilitate injuries by breaking down restrictive scar tissue caused by daily activities that may be responsible for your dog’s discomfort.

It’s also a natural form of pain relief that can help to resolve soft tissue or muscular problems and helps support orthopaedic issues like Arthritis and Hip Dysplasia or post-operative rehabilitation, protective muscle splinting or areas of over compensation - with tangible results.

Clinical Canine Massage Therapy also compliments and supports your competition, sporting and obedience dogs requirements - to enhance performance, address areas of specific muscular dysfunction and rehabilitate injuries.

Clinical canine massage therapy - Results You Can See & Your Dog Can Feel!

Clinical Canine Massage

Reasons for massage

 Clinical Canine Massage may help your dog if you see any of the following:

  • Lameness/Limping;
  • Stiffness and slowing down;
  • Changes in activities of daily living: difficulty or unwilling to go up/down stairs or jump in /out car, reluctance on walks,
  • Senior dog issues: struggling to walk, get up or down;
  • Signs of Ageing / old before their time;
  • Performance Issues: Agility, pole knocking, weave issues etc. Obedience / working trials etc.
  • Behavioral changes caused by pain: self mutilation, isolation from others;
  • Gait and / or Posture Irregularities eg: roaching/swayback
  • Twitching down back / Quivering of the skin
  • Anxiety / stress patterns: Nervous/Anxious/Touch Shy/ Disinterested in life
  • Back/Neck/Shoulder Pain
  • Crying/Yelping in pain
  • Coat changes or uneven nail wear

Can also assist with:

  • Pain management for orthopaedic issues: Arthritis, Hip/Elbow Dysplasia or where dogs may be intolerant to NSAIDs;
  • Injury / Post-surgical support: Cruciate ligament injury / surgery;

What do people typically see with their dog after a Clinical Canine Massage?

  • Better movement
  • Reduced stiffness
  • Significantly reduced pain levels
  • Resolution or significant reduction of lameness
  • A ‘younger’ dog
  • An improved mood
  • Happy to go on and enjoying walks again
  •  Able to go up/down stairs
  • Able to get in/out of car
  • Got their ‘zest’ back for life
  • Coping better with Arthritis
  • Improved working/agility performance eg: not knocking poles, good contacts and weave entry
  • Better posture eg: no more swayback or roaching
  • More fluid, effortless gait


Let me help you  - to help your dog - so download a vet consent form and book your appointment today!