Dog Massage is an excellent tool for maintaining muscle tone in your dog’s body. If your dog is currently undergoing physical therapy for an injury or surgery, a doggy massage is an excellent supplement to ensure the best results from the therapy. As an added benefit, after undergoing a quality massage from one of Master Dog Training’s professional masseuses, your dog’s coat will become fresh and silky.
Massages are especially beneficial after walking, running in the yard, playing with other dogs, or training. Our professional massage therapists will work with every muscle in the front/back paws, shoulders, back, neck, chest, tail, face, ears, thoroughly. If therapy is needed, such as for a limp, our highly trained masseuses will focus on the affected body part. Massages also assist with any knots your dog may have from stress or sleeping in uncomfortable positions. Massage therapy produces a very healthy effect on your dog. Stretching muscles and joints leads to a more agile dog, which is in turn a healthier dog.
Our masseuse’s know the skeletal system of dogs, their physiological systems, and the muscular systems as well, nervous system, can check my there might be an issue with the dog’s paws. How to help your dog get better using fitness for dogs, and this way they will recommend how to avoid any traumas in the future for your dog, which vitamins would be best, and which exercises you can do at home. Our masseuses, love their work very much and are huge dog lovers. Our school can give a whole complex for proper dog care, such as dog training, dog fitness, swimming in our special dog pool (or teaching him/her) how to swim. We can also provide an agility training course, puppy course, games that help develop your dog, as well as socialization, dog boarding, and many others.