“Getting it right from the start”

Following on from the Senior Dog Massage & Health Day, Cathie & I are delivering the second in our series of practical canine workshops at the end of this month. This one focusses on the younger dog and how to prevent senior problems by “Getting it right from the start”.

Massage and exercise through every stage of the life of your dog can help promote and maintain their mobility and health.

If you weren’t able to attend the first session, don’t worry. We will be revisiting the massage routine practised last time, placing emphasis on how this can be adapted to the younger dog. We will also be learning many new techniques, new exercises (physical and mental), lymphatic massage and a warm-up and cool-down routine.

There will be a plenty of practical time, some exploration of case studies and exchange of experience from yourselves.

Just bring yourself, your dog, your lunch and a blanket or mat to work on. Tea, coffee, cakes and biscuits are provided.

Please see the poster for information on how to email us for more information or call.

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