GOODNESS FOR PAWS
Canine Myofunctional Therapy
Is your dog limping or stiff every now and then? Does your dog suffer from arthritis or damaged cruciate ligaments? Has your dog been diagnosed with elbow or hip dysplasia or other mobility issues? Is your dog slowing down, getting old or hesitating using stairs / jumping up the sofa? Is your dog recovering from surgery or illness? Is your dog anxious or can't ever settle?
Then you have come to the right place...
HEALING THERAPY FOR YOUR CANINE BUDDY
We offer holistic therapy for dogs in the form of clinical massage and bodywork. With gentle hands, extensive knowledge and a vision to heal the “whole” dog we treat a variety of canine patients from growing puppies, active, sporting and working dogs, dogs post-surgery or those who are ill or injured (contraindications may apply) to the seniors amongst our best friends and all those that are generally healthy and want to stay that way. Clinical massage is a non-invasive therapy which is used to support healing and to help prevent injuries and can also be applied for issues with behaviour and anxieties.
Obedience, Agility, Breeders' Expo or Shows where multiple dogs need a quick massage treatment for better performance, warm up / down or to relax and focus better - we travel to the event
Mon - Fri 8am - 6pm
Sat 9am - 12pm
Home visits and events:
Mon - Sat 8am - 6pm
Benefits of Canine Myofunctional Therapy
Reduces pain, compensation and dysfunction
Your dog will be able to increase their stride length, range of motion and improve overall joint movement as the musculature will strengthen and positive proprioception (resetting the muscle memory pattern) will be initiated. This allows for a natural gait and will help prevent musculo-skeletal injuries from happening.
Get in Touch
3/145 Old Maryborough Road
(within Passionate Paws Veterinary Surgery)
Pialba QLD 4655, Australia
0439 410 144