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Massage Therapy for Dogs in Sheffield

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Clinical canine massage is a non-invasive, hands-on therapy which gives results you can see, and your dog can feel.

It helps to improve mobility issues such as lameness and limping, reduces stress and anxiety, supports dogs suffering with orthopaedic issues such as arthritis and hip dysplasia, and aids in post-operative recovery following surgery.

Results you can see and your dog can feel

Each treatment is tailored to the dogs individual needs and uses an integrated blend of Swedish massage, Sports massage, Deep tissue massage, Myofascial release and The Lenton Method™ - a unique three tiered approach only practiced by those therapists who have passed the Clinical Canine Massage Practitioner Programme, taught at The Canine Massage Therapy Centre.



Clinical canine massage therapy may benefit your dog if your dog has experienced any of the following:

  • Lameness or limping

  • Stiffness when getting up or lying down

  • Difficulty going up and down stairs

  • Reluctance to get in and out of the car

  • Signs of aging / slowing down

  • Arthritis, hip or elbow dysplasia, spinal issues

  • Post-operative recovery from surgery

  • Limb amputation

  • Reluctance to walk

  • Gait / postural changes

  • Aggression or avoidance at the groomers

  • Avoiding contact with people or other dogs

  • Nervousness and anxiety

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How can canine massage therapy help my dog?

There are many proven benefits experienced by dogs treated with clinical canine massage therapy. The improvements you may see by the end of the third session may include:

  • Reduced stiffness

  • Able to go up steps and in / out of the car far better

  • Noticeably reduced levels of pain

  • Improved mobility

  • Improved range of movement

  • Improved gait and  posture

  • Reduced anxiety levels

  • More willing to be petted, examined or groomed

  • Better disposition and mood

  • Increased affection

  • Improved quality and quantity of exercise

  • Improved ability in activities of daily life

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To read more on this study or to find out more about Clinical Canine massage please visit the Canine Massage Guild website :

Before we can provide massage therapy to your dog, by law we are required to have received a signed veterinary consent form from your animal's vet.

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