Why massage?

Stress? Anxiety? Medical? Relaxation? Just to pamper yourself?

Contraindications

MUST READ & SIGN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT BEFORE TAKING MASSAGE CLASS

Animals benefit from massage in the same you do.

I mean, who doesn’t love a great massage?

Even your pet companion deserves a relaxing spa treatment from time to time. The difference is that they are unable to tell us where they hurt, what area needs work or how the massage feels.

Watching an animal move and the way they respond to touch provides valuable information as to what area(s) of their body may need special attention. Your pet will always “tell” you what they like and don’t like, what hurts and what feels good.

The Benefits

The benefits of massage for animals mirror the benefits we receive

  • Improve circulation, digestion, respiration
  • Improve relaxation and sleep
  • Increase range of motion and flexibility
  • Increase the amount of nutrients to the muscles
  • Reduction of pain
  • Reduction in muscle knots and spasms
  • Eliminates waste and toxins within the body
  • General physical and psychological well-being

INCREASE YOUR PET’S WELL-BEING BY PARTICIPATING IN A MASSAGE WORKSHOP:

Massage is ideal for dogs at every stage of their lives …. so why not “Learn to Give Your Dog a Relaxation Massage” …. (it is easy & fun!)

You will learn basic massage techniques that are safe and effective.  This class is hands on — you bring your dog to class.

Two types of classes available:

  1. Seniors (because our seniors have different needs)
  2. Non-Seniors (for younger, more active dogs)

A massage for your pet can help:

Senior dogs: Massage can help with circulation and help move those aging joints.

Post-surgical: Decrease boredom as well as the stagnation of the lymphatic system fter surgery or when cage restriction is required.

EARLY DETECTION ALLOWS FOR EARLY INTERVENTION

Regular massage allows for early detection of health problems. Through touch and observation, I am able feel changes that have occurred in the skin and hair, identify health problems that may be developing and notice behavioral changes.

If your pet is elderly and/or under the care of your vet for a current medical condition, written vet approval is required. Vet Approval Form-Massage

TranquilPET will gladly travel outside the South Bay area; however, a surcharge of $5 is applied for every 5 miles traveled door-to-door (each way).

For additional information, please contact Jean at 310-370-9241 or send email.