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As well as being a Registered Veterinary Nurse at our Merryhill branch, Kim also owns her own business running Macoby Canine Massage Therapy.
Clinical canine massage therapy is a hands on form of treatment that utilises four disciplines of massage and involves assessment, manipulation and movement of muscles and fascia to resolve or manage pain and dysfunction.
This form of therapy is great for dogs of all ages right through from puppy to senior, working and agility dogs.
So what signs will you see that may show a problem with your dog?
Lameness/limping, difficulty getting up or down stairs, slowing down, disinterested in walks, gait or posture change, neck/back/shoulder issues, reluctance to be groomed, changes in behaviour, stiffness.
If you want to find out more information on how clinical canine massage can help your dog then you can contact Kim at Merryhill on 01902 343989. Or alternatively you can email email@example.com