About Canine Massage

Our companion animals need stress reduction and relaxation also. They get sprains, tension, and other muscular and skeletal maladies.  The way they compensate for these is to use other muscle groups. Massage and acupressure helps increase the circulation, reduce muscle tension, and improve over all well being. 

Please note that massage and acupressure are not substitutes for veterinary care. By law, massage and acupressure on an animal is required to be done under the direct or general supervision of a licensed veterinarian. A signed supervision form from your vet is required prior to your first session in order to be in compliance with Texas Administrative Code  §573.14. This form can be downloaded HERE (Right click to "save as")

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