1083 Rangeview Road
Mississauga • ON • L5E 1H2
Phone: 905-278-KAMP (5267)
Toll Free: 1-855-225-PAWS (7297)
Fax: 905-278-5268

Canine Massage Therapy

Canine Massage Therapy

The same Massage Therapy we benefit from as humans is also available for dogs! Soothing, relaxing, dog-specific, massage assists your dog to “let go”, relax and sometimes even fall asleep. 

Some of the benefits of Canine Massage Therapy are:

  • Improved circulation
  • Release of toxins
  • Relaxation and tension relief
  • Reduced stiffness
  • Restored mobility to injured areas
  • Injury prevention (by increasing range of motion and enhancing muscle tone)
  • Improved performance and endurance
  • Posture maintenance and balance
  • Improving mental focus and attitude
  • Healthy skin and coat promotion by distributing natural oils.

And last but not least, canine massage can provide emotional well-being for your pet. Massage therapy often helps to calm hyperactivity, anxiousness and nervousness. 

Make an appointment for your dog today!

 

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