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Canine Massage and The Senior or Ageing Dog

“As far as we know not a single living thing is spared the phenomenon of growing old. Consequently, growing old well is something that preoccupies all of us. So it will hardly come as a surprise that we also worry about our faithful companions’ well-being in their old age.” (Lagalisse, pg xiii) How did it […]

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Canine Massage and the Arthritic Dog

Canine Massage can be very beneficial for the Arthritic dog; it is complimentary to the veterinary treatment and prescribed painkillers. In some cases, Canine Massage can alleviate the need for large doses of painkilling drugs. Massage cannot cure the Arthritis but it can help to make your dogs life easier and improve their wellbeing Osteoarthritis […]

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Massage and the Show Dog

Massage can be used in reference to the show dog mainly to improve gait and resolve movement issues. However, showing is a very different discipline to working and agility and the use of massage seems, in my experience, generally less attractive to owners. For dogs involved in agility/obedience and working trials, physical ability and stamina […]

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Five Freedoms - Canine Massage Guild

Five Freedoms – Canine Massage Guild

The Canine Massage Guild respect the five freedoms at all times and aim to enhance dogs quality of life by treatment for pain, injury or disease and to give dogs the ability to lead a more comfortable life whilst expressing their normal behaviour free from fear or distress. Freedom from hunger or thirst by having […]

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Oldies Club

The Canine Massage Guild is proud to be involved in helping the Oldies Club. You will see collection cans on the stands of Canine Massage Guild Therapists as they attend shows around the country. Please helps us help this worthy charity and give generously. The Oldies Club is a dog rescue, run solely by volunteers, […]

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See Us At Crufts for your dogs FREE Muscular Fitness Exam! Hall 1 Stand 24a

Visit the Canine Massage Guild in Hall 1 Stand 24a at Crufts 5th-8th March 2013! Its not just for dogs attending Crufts, if you don’t have your dog with you but want to know how Therapeutic Canine Massage can help then come along for a chat. We work with all types of dog, from Pet dogs, Senior […]

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Canine Massage Guild at Crufts 2014 Free Muscular check

Bring your dog to a show for a FREE Muscular Health Check!

For your dogs FREE Muscular Health Check  click here  and see when your local therapist will be at an event in your area. A free muscular health check takes between 5-10 minutes and can help you to truly understand how muscular problems such as Strains and Trigger Points can make your dog seem old before their time, […]

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