The procedure used with dogs is similar to that adopted for horses. After giving your dog a period of observation and allowing it to appreciate its environment, I physically “make contact” with it to identify the most appropriate technique.
A dog is very sensitive to strong emotions; it is an emotional sponge!
It is therefore crucial to spare the dog's resistance: canine sessions should not last for more than half an hour.
• For dogs that may have been under stress, after a separation, an adoption, a move.
- For an older dog suffering from a pathology such as arthritis,...
- For working and sporting dogs.
- Maintenance sessions
- Recovery physical training sessions after an effort
- Relaxation sessions
- Lymphatic drainage sessions
• Upstream, these gentle massages also help dogs maintain a better mobility and elasticity of the tissues, and contribute to the proper functioning of the joints.
These procedures cannot substitute the diagnosis of a veterinarian. They can complete or support a treatment, or act preventively. If the animal's pathology is confirmed, it will not be treated without veterinary advice.
Permitted Equine Therapist