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Panosteitis and Canine Massage

Overview of Panosteitis Panosteitis (Pano) is often referred to as Growing Pains and affects the long bones of the dog – Humerus, Ulna, Radius, Femur, Fibula and Tibia. It is generally found to affect medium to larger breeds of dog i.e. Dobermann, GSD, Retrievers, Great Danes etc. during their growing stages -normally between the ages […]

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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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Working Trials, Working Dogs and Therapeutic Canine Massage

What are Working Trials? Simply, Working Trials are based on the work done by police dogs.  It is the civilian’s sport where handlers train their dogs in the disciplines that a police dog would encounter whilst at work.  This will include, tracking, searching for articles, agility, control and obedience.  For some it will also include […]

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Canicross

Canicross and Canine Massage Therapy

Canicross is cross-country running with your dog, done in a controlled way.  The dog wears a running harness and their human runner wears a belt designed for canicross around their waist/hips.  A bunjee lead is attached to the belt one end and the other end is attached to the harness that the dog is wearing.  […]

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Sick Muscle Sick Body

The cause of common lameness problems, ageing or slowing down overnight, gait irregularities…the list goes on, but why is the most common cause constantly overlooked, over thought or simply masked? Natalie Lenton asks… Firstly thank you all so much for the lovely emails and for those of you who came down to the stand at […]

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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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