Animal Massage and Canine Hydrotherapy
Do you have an aging pet that is slowing down? Having trouble with stairs? A pet that has had an injury or orthopedic surgery? If so, we can help!Animal massage and canine hydrotherapy can help with these issues and so many more!
The canine hydrotherapy session can really benefit your dog. The session is held in our soothing, heated swim spa, where we combine warm water massage with swimming. Each session is tailored to your dog's needs. Hydrotherapy is great for so many issues because the water gets the weight off your dog's joints and lets them move freely in the water.
We also provide animal massage "on land" for dogs and cats either at our spa or in your home, whichever is more convenient for you. You know how much you benefit from massage, and so can your dog or cat!
And we have fun! If your dog loves to swim, doesn't like the water, or has never been in the water, we can work with your dog to make the session an enjoyable experience for both you and your dog. The water is maintained between 90 and 92 degrees (warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer) to warm and soothe the dog's muscles.
Read the article in USA Today about the benefits of hydrotherapy.
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Massage is not a substitute for veterinary care. Please consult with your veterinarian before beginning massage therapy for your pet. We are happy to work with your veterinarian on a treatment plan.
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