My favorite items to use when massaging a dog are pretty simple. Let me share these 4 items with you. You can click on the image to get more detail if you are interested. Bed I’ve tried using a massage table when I first taking my clients back in 2010 but quickly learned […]
Hi, Eri Suzaki of Canine Therapeutics here. Let me share a testimonial from Randy, who attended our class “Be Better at Massaging Your Dog–Tools for People to Massage Their Furry Partners Confidently & Efficiently at Home ” last week. Randy attended the class with her husband Steve, and Snuggles (Right: white handsome terrier mix). The class ran […]canine massage, canine massage class, dog massage
One of my foci this year is to let people know that Massage is Just as Important as Food for Dogs. Yes, puppies, too! If you have ever experienced taking care of a puppy, you know how fast they grow. My dog, Dewey is already 5 and I don’t know what happened to the little puppy that […]canine massage, canine therapeutics, dog massage, happy hormone, proprioception, puppies, puppy socialization, serotonin, young dogs
Massage Sessions With A Senior Dog With Declining Health… I recently had the opportunity to have some massage sessions with a large 13.5 yr-old dog at an emergency hospital where she was admitted and received 2 major surgeries. Unfortunately her condition worsened, and her family eventually decided that it was time to let her go. The reason the vets […]acupunture for dogs, atrophy in dogs, canine hip dysplasia, canine massage, chiropractic adjustments for dogs, dogs, old dog syndrome, senior dogs
I was at an event hosted by Pet Food Express Campbell Store a while back. A gentleman approached me looking puzzled and said, “How do you know if your dog needs a massage?” I wasn’t quite sure if he was just teasing me or sincerely asking the question at first. So, my first response was “Do you know when you need […]canine massage, dog massage, dog muscles twitching, Dog stiff knees, Dog's movement & posture, massage for dogs, Pet Food Express, pet massage, why massage dogs?
Aroma Therapy sessions have always been stand-alone services with Canine Therapeutics, but effective August 1, it will be an add-on service to a massage session. In case you are not sure what Aroma Therapy is, I would like to give you a quick overview. But, first, watch this video. This is probably the best way for you to […]aroma therapy for dogs, canine massage, essential oils, healing, relaxing