Dogs Body Canine Massage
Tel: 07967 099603

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Dogs Body Canine Massage Therapy is based in Hartpury, Gloucestershire. As well as covering all of Gloucestershire, I also cover parts of Herefordshire and Worcestershire. I have clients in Wales and Wiltshire (Swindon) too.




Dogs Body specialises in Therapeutic Canine Massage (TCM) which deals with muscular problems as well as joint problems.  This strong manipulative type of massage brings great results and relief while helping to resolve many sub-clinical, everyday mobility issues you may see with your dog. It also helps to significantly support Orthopaedic Issues like Arthritis and Hip Dysplasia. This unique type of massage for dogs relies on extensive knowledge of Canine Anatomy & Physiology, the movement of tissue over tissue, connective tissue release and the remobilisation of muscle to help break down scar tissue and promote better range of motion in the dogs joints.  
 
Canine massage therapy is suitable for both the young, active and fit dog as well as the older, less mobile dog.  As well as dealing with muscular and orthopaedic issues, massage is great for preventing injury too so if your dog leads an active working life doing agility, flyball, canicross etc then canine massage can help to keep your dog injury-free.
 
Pre and Post event massage is also offered to assist a dog before and after taking part in an event such as racing and agility.

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CRUFTS - 10-13 MARCH 2016 - Wow what an event!  So very busy for all 4 days with so many people coming over to see us on The Canine Massage Guild stand.  One of the highlights of the event was my clients, Rosie Reid and Boo, winning the "Friends for Life" competition!!  So very pleased and proud of them.  Rosie is donating her winnings to Evesham Greyhound Lurcher Rescue, which is the rescue centre where I got my dog, Timber, from!  Well done to Rosie and Boo!  Check out my Photo Gallery to see some pictures from the event.

2016 is proving to be another busy year with so many new clients already plus my existing clients.  I am once again this year resuming my role as Teaching Assistant for the students taking the course that I completed over 4 years ago, which enabled me to work as a Canine Massage Therapist.  Being able to support the students was such a great experience last year and I am looking forward to doing it all again this year.  All of the students who completed the course and sat their exams in 2015, passed!  As a result, The Canine Massage Guild is continuing to grow so you know that if you book a member of The Canine Massage Guild to work on your dog, you know you are getting the best trained therapists out there!


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