Woofy Do's Mobile Dog Grooming & Canine Massage Therapy
Contact: Sarah-Jane Martin
Telephone: 07753 856446
Woofy Do's is run by Sarah-Jane and provides a professional and friendly dog grooming and canine massage therapy in your home. Convenient for the customer and stress free for their dog. Owners are asked stay with their dog whilst being groomed. Over eight years experience with different breeds. Services include clipping and handstripping..... Covering Oxford, Abingdon, Wantage, Faringdon, Kingston Bagpuize, Southmoor, Bampton, East and West Hendred, Wootton, Kennington, Stanford in the Vale, Uffington, East and West Hanney, Steventon, Cumnor Hill, Standlake, Aston, Appleton, Botley and surrounding areas. Contact Sarah-Jane - 07753 856446 or email email@example.com
Canine Massage Therapy is suitable fot both young and older dogs. Dogs benefit from massage the same as humans! Unfortunately, dogs can't tell us if they have a stiff neck, bad back or just need some relaxation. Dogs tend to “hide” many discomforts they have. “Canines have inherited an instinct to hide any pain that is caused by injuries or infirmity” - Stanley Coren PhD., DSc., FRSC, Psychology Professor and Neuropsychological Researcher. Research shows the enormous benefits of touch which range from treating chronic diseases, neurological disorders, injuries and tensions physically and mentally.
Dogs can suffer issues from; pulling on a lead/harness (stiff neck/back), jumping into and out of a car/on and off the sofa or bed (stiff neck/back), muscle weakness in older age, muscular skeletal conditions which can cause restricted movement, scar tissue following injury/post surgery can cause restrictions, overexertion and ball chasing, recovering from an injury or operation, being uncomfortable after a slip or fall. So why choose massage for dogs? Massage not only works the muscular system but also benefits the cardiovascular, lymphatic, nervous, skin, respiratory and digestive systems in the canine body. Dogs have 700 muscles and these muscles, joints, ligaments and bones all work together to produce movement. Dogs use their forelegs for direction and shock absorption and their hind legs for propulsion.