Welcome to
Pawsitively Peaceful Canine Massage! ​
 (847) 757-6793
   


Canine Massage is so much more than petting, it is touch with intent! It manipulates skin, tissues and muscles by using specific techniques to promote healing, increase blood flow and oxygen,, encourage lymphatic drainage, reduce pain and swelling and create overall well-being for our canine companions. And...Canine Massage balances and energizes!

Canine Massage is for all stages of your best friend's life! 

    
Canine Massage/Energy Healing/Sound Therapy and Essential Oils in the Comfort of Your Home for Your Four Legged Best Friend to Promote Overall Health!
    Canine massage is not a substitute for nor intended to replace veterinary care. It is not a cure  for disease or illness. It is a complementary form of health care. We recommend routine veterinary care for your dog. If your dog has any symptoms of injury or disease, please consult with your veterinarian before starting any massage program.    
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Canine massage is not a substitute for nor intended to replace veterinary care. It is not a cure  for disease or illness. It is a complementary form of health care. We recommend routine veterinary care for your dog. If your dog has any symptoms of injury or disease, please consult with your veterinarian before starting any massage program.    
Caring for your pets like they were one of my own is my top priority!


Canine Massage is for all stages
of your best friend's life! 
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The Power of Touch...

Touch is a very powerful tool going back many thousands of years. The simple act of touch or laying on of hands can bring about a sense of calm, peace and comfort.  It gives us the feeling of being cared for and loved.

Touch releases endorphins, the “feel good” chemicals in the body. It also helps circulate blood and lymph throughout the body. Touch calms your dog,
which helps with his natural healing abilities by relieving pain and discomfort.

The simple act of touching your dog may not look like much, but you are stimulating cells, nerve endings, muscles, and tendons.  You are engaging the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and relaxation) rather than the sympathetic system (fight or flight).  You are also moving blood, oxygen, and lymph throughout the dog's body.
    
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For the young pup, massage socializes him to human touch, aides in calming a rambunctious puppy, and helps with his rapidly growing body by soothing muscles after vigorous play and activity.

For the canine athlete, it prepares the dog for activity (pre-event), helps with recovery (post event) and rids his body of toxins.

For the adult dog, it helps maintain his overall health and alerts you to any changes in your dog's body.

For the couch potato, it helps stimulate muscles, as well as the lymphatic and circulatory systems.

For the senior dog, it gives him a feeling of peace and calming, it helps ease the pain of arthritis or hip dysplasia, and brings him a sense of being cared for and loved!