Services and Pricing:
$1 a min (30 minute minimum)
Red light Therapy
To book call or text Michelle at 501-258-0835
Payment is due at the time of service
Why should I get my canine a massage?
There are many benefits to canine massage. A qualified canine massage therapist can help you canine companion in many ways. Here are some of the main benefits of canine massage therapy:
Eases joint and muscle pain
Boost immune system
Improves muscle tone
Stimulates skin and coat
Helps with flexibility
Great for socialization and desensitization
AND LOTS MORE
To learn how massage can help your canine, submit a consultation form today.
Canine massage therapy DOES NOT replace vet care. Canine massage therapist do not diagnosis or prescribe medications.
How often should my canine get a massage?
It depends on the workload of the canine and the purpose of the massage sessions. If your dog does light to no work (examples: family pet, goes on walks, general play etc.), is in good health with no underlying conditions, once or twice a month should be sufficient for them.
If your dog is a performance dog or a working dog, once a week is best to keep your dog at its best. Regular bodywork helps prevent injuries and muscle fatigue, improves mobility, enhances muscle tone, and so much more. Dogs who need this kind of attention are performance/ competition dogs, police dogs, working farm dogs, service dogs, and geriatric dogs. These canines really need bare minimum bi-weekly bodywork to keep them in top shape and feeling good.
As a team we can discuss options for you and your canine and what best suits your needs and financial situation.
Am I required to be on site for the session?
Until the canine is comfortable with me and massage, yes.