If your four-legged friend has been experiencing any signs of pain recently, it might be time to give Jude Anderson a call.
Jude, who lives in Glasgow, is a qualified Clinical Canine Massage Practitioner and has recently completed the two-year Clinical Canine Massage Practitioner Programme with the Canine Massage Therapy Centre.
The New College Lanarkshire lecturer said: “I have a dog who suffers from hip dysplasia. I started to look into alternative treatments and found the Canine Massage Therapy Centre.
“I qualified in January this year as a Clinical Canine Massage Practitioner, training in the art of Palpation, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sport and Myofascial Release. As well as offering massage, I am also Reiki Level 2 attuned.”
Canine massage is non invasive and excellent for the rehabilitation of soft tissue injuries and helping to support orthopedic issues such as arthritis and hip or elbow dysplasia.
It can benefit any dog young or old, agility, sporting or just pets.
“So far, business is going really well and I’ve had a few referrals. Because I do home visits, dogs can be treated in their home as long as they have vet’s consent.”
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