We are delighted to be offering fortnightly Canine Massage sessions on Fridays at Kiwi Vet Behaviour with Greyt Touch Canine Massage Therapy, starting Friday 3 November - well timed ahead of Guy Fawkes and the holiday fireworks season. Massage is known to help calm and soothe anxious pets.
Mary-Anne Smith is a certified canine massage therapist and specialises in a range of canine massage techniques suited to dogs from all walks of life – pet dogs, working dogs and sporting dogs of all ages, health conditions, temperaments and breeds.
Mary-Anne also specialises in advanced treatments such as:
• pre/post surgery massage
• scar tissue massage
• myofascial trigger point release
• lymphatic drainage
• sports massage for canine athletes (e.g. agility)
• remedial massage for tripaw hounds(amputees)
• oncology and palliative massage.
In addition to canine massage, Mary-Anne provides Photobiomodulation (or PBM) Red Light Therapy for all animals. A safe, non-invasive treatment that helps reduce inflammation and pain, stimulates the immune and lymphatic systems, thereby assisting and supporting the body’s natural healing process.