As a self confessed animal lover working in an industry where I am able to help dogs is a dream come true. My journey began with my Labrador Cody - as she entered her Senior Years she injured both her right and left cruciate ligaments leading to surgery and long recovery times. Canine Myofunctional Therapy made such a big difference in her ability to recover completely from these injuries, however as Cody progressed through her Senior years arthritis took hold and her ability to move easily became more difficult - unfortunately at that time there was no body doing Canine Mobile Massage in our area, so it was then that I decided to embark on this journey to enable me to help other dogs just like my girl.
Qualifications: Diploma Canine Myofunctional Therapy
Certificate of Excellence in Animal Anatomy and Physiology
First Aid Certificate: Dog First Aid Australia
Member: Small Animal & Equine Naturopathic Association (SAENA)
Member: International Institute for Complimentary Therapist
Having the treatments done in your own home has the benefit of your best mate being in familiar surroundings enabling better relaxation.
Whether you have a brand new puppy, an adult dog or a senior - there are benefits to your dog receiving canine massage treatments.