About the Therapist
I've been running K9 Massage Clinic based in Central Scotland since 2013. I hold regular clinics in Stirling, Forfar, Montrose, Coupar Angus, West Calder. I also run regular workshops teaching the Beginners Guide to Canine Massage and Pre & Post Event Massage for the Sporting Dog.
Canine Massage can improve mobility and flexibility, relieve the pain in areas of over-compensation, reduce inflammation and swelling, and improve emotional well-being and joy of life.
I work with pets with unresolved lameness; dogs that do sports like agility, canicross and hunting; rescued greyhounds - these dogs are often retired due to an injury that has never been given proper attention; post-surgical dogs, especially those who have had cruciate remodelling and TPLO surgery.
Stirling clinic: £35 per session, usually between 1-1.5 hours.
Elsewhere clinic: £35-£40, the higher charges are cover travel and venue costs.
Clinic: £40 per session, usually between 1-1.5 hours.
"It’s wonderful to see my pal Sierra smiling again when we walk! What a dramatic improvement in 3 weeks. Thanks a million Catriona!”
Rosalind Srivastava, Dunbar
"Canine Massage has worked wonders on my Brodie. She has torn her cruciate. Before the massage she was old and grumpy and now she is loving and keen to go for a walk again, a great improvement. I thought those days were gone forever.”
Anthony Jervis, Edinburgh
"My border collie, Sol, went lame a few times at his agility class and kept knocking poles. Catriona found that he had a few strains and some scar tissue along his back. A couple of days after his first massage he was acting like a puppy again! After his course of 3 massages he’s like a different dog…he’s full of energy! He’s back to taking his ‘dafties’ around the garden. Thank you so much Catriona for giving me my crazy boy back again.”
Ann Murdoch, Laurencekirk