Treatment and Costs
Your dog is my Priority, each session is individually tailored to achieve the best outcome for you and your dog whether this is ongoing maintenance, relaxation or rehabilitation from injury/Orthopaedic issue. I ensure that during and after the treatment you are clear about what is going on. I actively encourage you to remain with your dog during the treatment.
The consultation will include;
Gait (Movement)and postural Analysis
A full consultation around Diet and Supplements, Lifestyle, Medical history and existing Issues of concern.
Full palpation, Body mapping and Muscular Assessment identifying areas of pain and injury
Up to 1 hour of massage therapy treatment.
I recognise the importance of having a good relationship with Veterinary professionals;
as such I complete a report which is sent to your Vet following treatment where necessary, also if massage therapy is not suitable or following treatments results are not being seen as part of best practice you will be referred back to your Vet for further investigation.
I am committed to getting the best results in the minimum number of appointments and will never see your dog over and over again aside for maintenance sessions or long term muscular/orthopaedic issues.
Some dogs may only need one session whereas others with specific conditions for example following Cruciate Ligament damage may need more; I will discuss my recommendations with you during the first session and work out a plan.
Appointments are £45 (As of 1st July 2018)
I am currently trialing maintenance sessions for existing clients – these will only be available where I feel they would be of benefit and will be shorter and cheaper than initial appointments or appointments to treat injury. If you feel your dog would benefit from a regular maintenance schedule then please get in touch.
** Whilst I know cancellations are sometimes avoidable as much notice as possible is appreciated, appointments are highly sought after often with a waiting list of clients who would happily take the session, as such appointments cancelled with less than 24 hours notice will be charged in full.