Covid-19 is a novel virus which is highly infectious, especially with enclosed indoor spaces.
In order to reduce the risk of transmission of Covid-19, I have put in place a number of service updates. These are detailed in the article and in the attached risk assessment.
The flooring in your home can make a big difference to your dog’s overall wellbeing. Slippery floors and dogs is not a great combination.
If a room in your home has hard, shiny and slippery floors, your dog is probably slipping a little every time they walk through that room, and even small slips can cause tears to the muscles.
Knowing what to expect from Canine Massage Therapy can help to make the first appointment easier for both you and your dog. When you are comfortable your dog will find it easier to relax too.
This blog looks at the day of the appointment. What will happen at the first appointment. What if your dog won’t settle. And what happens afterwards.
If you know what to expect from Canine Massage Therapy before your first appointment, it can help to make the experience easier for both you and your dog. Also, if you are comfortable your dog will find it easier to relax.
Before I can book your dog in for a session we first need to be sure that they are suitable for massage and that your vet is happy for me to treat your dog.
And some useful information about things to do, and not do, in the days prior to the appointment.