Canine Massage

Radiant Ruby Massage (2).png

Canine Massage

Canine Massage Therapy is the therapeutic application of hands-on massage techniques for the purpose of increasing circulation, relaxing muscle spasms, relieving tension, enhancing muscle tone, and increasing range of motion in all dogs. Massage therapy for dogs is natural and non-invasive and is a great complement to traditional veterinary care. All dogs of any age, breed, or physical level can benefit from massage. It is beneficial for senior dogs to help relieve age related problems like decreased mobility and arthritis, athletic dogs to keep their muscles ready to perform at their best and prevent injury, and even puppies with growing pains and desensitizing them to touch. The benefits for dogs are similar to those found in human massage.


Sessions generally last between 45-75 minutes and are provided in the comfort of your own home or yard. ~ $55 

Reiki add-on ~ $10



Some benefits include: 


  • Promotes healing 

  • Boosts the immune system

  • Improves flexibility and mobility 

  • Improves circulation and lymphatic drainage 

  • Provides relief from muscle tension, soreness, spasms, and weakness

  • Decreases joint discomfort 

  • Reduces stress 

  • Shortens recovery time from exercise

  • Improves socialization and trust, strengthens human-animal bond  

  • Positive desensitization to touch 

  • Improves digestion  

  • Reduces the risk of injury 

  • Improves overall quality of life 

  • Provides comfort and relaxation 

  • Releases endorphins (the body’s natural pain killer)

Disclaimer: Massage is not a substitute for veterinary care. We can not diagnose, prescribe, perform medical procedures or interfere with veterinary treatment. If your pet needs medical care please contact your veterinarian. Please consult your vet to make sure massage is right for your pet.