RSPCA Brighton Team Training Events

We were invited to the RSPCA Brighton over two occasions to show the staff and volunteers how to perform canine massage. The aim was to introduce them to nine techniques that they could use in a routine to help relax nervous and anxious dogs waiting for rehoming to their Forever Homes.

At the end of the two sessions we had 14 staff and volunteers plus eight dogs who all went home relaxed. Our Sam and Sarah received a triple dose with the three groups.

We are looking forward to continued collaboration with the RSPCA team and dogs.

AchyPaw Canine Massage & the RSPCA

Archie was in the best of hands with Hayley

AchyPaw Canine Massage & the RSPCA

Archie was totally relaxed at this stage

AchyPaw canine massage & the RSPCA

Archie fell asleep

AchyPaw Canine Massage & the RSPCA

Alfie struggling to keep awake

 

AchyPaw Canine Massage & the RSPCA

Leo being massaged by Russell

AchyPaw Canine Massage & the RSPCA

Leo decided that massage from Dad Russell was wonderful

 

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

Ann working on Sarah while new arrival Spot is fast asleep in the background

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

“Tha’s right Gina…there, just there”

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

“Yes Lorna, the next move is compression” says Sarah

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

“Your wringing technique is superb” says Sarah to Ann

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

“Yes Lorna, the next move is compression” says Sarah

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

“Your wringing technique is superb” says Sarah to Ann

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

“Yes Lorna, the next move is compression” says Sarah

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

“Your wringing technique is superb” says Sarah to Ann

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

Sam is really enjoying his pectoral massage from Heidi

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

Ruth and Rafiki

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

“I’ll bend this way Mum so you get an extra stretch”

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

Our Sarah decided that Lorna would make an excellent canine massage therapist

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

Sarah is totally enjoying the skin rolling from Ann

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

“OMG….that move was incredible” they say to each other

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

“I’ll just rest my weary head on Mum’s knee while Gina carries on with the massage”

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

Lauren realising that maybe Lilo rather liked her massage routine

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

Lauren at full stretch

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

“There…just there please Mum”

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

Abdominal massage is great even for small dogs

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

Best friends and massage buddies

AchyPaw RSPCA team training event

Chris practising skinn rolling on our Sam. I think he rather liked it

 

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