Dog House Canine Massage Therapy
Dog House Canine Massage Therapy

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About Me

As a child I was deprived of canine company and have been making up for it ever since!  As soon as I had a home of my own, the first dog arrived.  That was over 30 years ago and there has been no stopping me ever since!   I currently have four Tibetan Terriers, and regularly show two of my chaps at Open and Championship shows all over the country.  

I came across the website for the Canine Massage Therapy Centre a few years ago.  My eldest dog had been experiencing mobility problems and I decided to take him along to one of the one day workshops.  It was a revelation, he came back a different dog and I decided there and then that if I could make it happen I would like to train to become a canine massage therapist.  Two years of studying and here I am!      Seeing the results that Canine Massage Therapy can bring never fails to amaze me and having studied Canine Anatomy & Physiology and the Therapeutic Canine Massage Diploma course for two years with Natalie Lenton at the K9 Massage Therapy Centre, there is certainly more to it than meets the eye.      

I use three different disciplines of massage which are integrated with canine anatomy to enable consistent results.  I help to rehabilitate soft tissue injuries and support orthopaedic injuries, for example Hip Displasia, Cruciate Ligament damage to dogs with behavioural issues.  It can also speed up post recovery surgery.  The treatments are non-invasive without the need for drugs, and can produce results from as little as 1-3 treatments each session lasting an hour.    I am also qualified in Canine Acupressure, Canine Reflexology and Reiki 2.

I am currently based in Seaton Cornwall and travel monthly to Bedfordshire.


Dog House Canine Massage Therapy is committed to maintaining and improving your dogs general wellbeing

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