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Canine Massage Guild
The Canine Massage Guild is the association for professional Clinical Canine Massage Therapists that you can rely on. With therapists in the UK, Ireland, Malaysia, Italy, Spain, Slovenia and Mexico this non-invasive therapy frequently provides results in just 1-3 sessions. Visit our website to download your FREE '5 Principles of Pain' PDF to help you asses your dog for canine massage therapy; for results you can see and your dog can feelRead More
Our therapists train for 2 years in Clinical Canine Massage Therapy with the Canine Massage Therapy Centre Ltd, to provide rehabilitation for muscular injuries that owners commonly see as slowing down, lameness, stiffness and getting old before their time. Clinical canine massage therapy and is used very successfully to provide chronic pain management for dogs with arthritis, hip dysplasia, spondylosis and other orthopaedic conditions, including post operative care for cruciate ligament surgery.
Therapists utilise a blend of Sports, Swedish, Deep Tissue and Myofascial Release, both the direct and indirect approach, and importantly the Lenton Method of Clinical Canine Massage which is being studied by Winchester University and Sparsholt University Centre in the worlds first clinical trials on canine massage therapy.
Wondering if canine massage is suitable for your dog? Visit our website to find your local therapist and to download our FREE educational resource called 'The 5 Principles of Pain'. It helps you, the owner, to assess across 5 categories sub clinical signs of pain that may be contributing to or causing changes in your dog that can be helped with canine massage therapy for results you can see and your dog can feel.
Zoe Manterfield, October 2020
I strongly believe in the Canine Massage Guilds ethics and treatment of dogs and I have seen great results using their therapists.
Emma Young, October 2020
My dog has benefitted from massage therapy from a guild member. I have found them knowledgeable and very friendly without 'selling' to me in any way. My dog started playing with his tennis balls again and always enjoys the therapy
Victoria Shearer, October 2020
The massages our arthritic terrier has had with Helen Clark have turbocharged his recovery from a spinal problem. He's not the 'cuddliest' dog but she relaxed him instantly and made his treatments a positive and enjoyable experience. And thanks to her clear and patient explanations of what she's doing and how we can help him at home, I've learned a lot too.
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