Massage 4 Animals



Many vets and respected research scientists believe massage can assist the body in the healing process. Massage is proven to:

Maintain or improve physical well-being and help prevent injury

  • Improve circulation, increasing the supply of blood and nutrients to muscles and bone,
  • Aid in the elimination of wastes and toxins from the body,
  • Increase flexibility and function of the joints,
  • Help maintain posture and body balance,
  • Stimulate metabolism helping weight loss,
  • Improve muscle tone,
  • Enhance range of motion and gait,
  • Promote a healthy skin and coat.

Rehabilitate, offering pain relief and assist in recovery

  • Help age related problems & assist in recovery from injury or surgery,
  • Help reduce muscle atrophy resulting from inactivity or disuse,
  • Relieve muscle tension, soreness & spasms,
  • Aid in the elimination & prevention of muscular adhesions,
  • Shorten the time required for soft tissue injury rehabilitation,
  • Reduce chronic pain & discomfort from arthritis, hip dysplasia etc.

Calm Hyperactive, Anxious and Nervous Animals

  • Help stretch and relax muscles
  • Counteract the effects of stress and anxiety
  • Build trust and acceptance of being touched

Routine animal massage shoul go hand in hand with good nutrition and sufficient exercise.