“So far I have seen remarkable results in both soft tissue related rehabilitation and orthopaedic condition management. I have never before witnessed recovery in such a short time. I truly believe that clinical canine massage should form a part of the pain management that is offered in every veterinary surgery – as the significant results consistently speak for themselves. “
—Marcelle Cassar , BVSc, MRCVS
The Canine Massage Guild have partnered with the University of Winchester, and Sparsholt College to conduct in depth clinical trials into canine massage therapy efficacy.
Read Vet Times article here.
The Canine Massage Guild has recently launched the Integrated Veterinary Care Initiative
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Quick reference PDFs:
Download Patient Suitability checklist PDF here.
Download subclinical signs of pain PDF here.