Serving    DFW Metro Area

HOW TO GET STARTED

Complete & submit the below Health History  & Vet Referral Forms

 

 

 

Currently I am providing house calls   and   weekly on-site visits  at Scuba Sam's on Wednesdays.

(to save  up to $50-see me on site)

Travel Costs range from $15-$45 Round Trip

Why is a vet referral signature requested?  Massage is not a replacement for wellness checks and veterinary care. While the laws do not currently specify veterinary approval for massage, we want to rule out any issue that would  contraindicate  any bodywork. It is important to work in collaboration with your vet to provide the best possible care and overall healing for your dog. 

Health History

Vet Referral

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Canine Massage

From $65

Massage releases positive hormones such as Endorphin and Oxycontin. These hormones reduce stress and decrease or relieve physical effects of stress in the body. Decreasing stress level improves immunity, strengthens the circulatory system function, and promotes an optimal environment within the body for natural healing to occur. Massage can improve range of motion, reduce risk of injury, relieve pain, improve nerve function, and strengthen joint mobility.

Energy Healing

From $55

Pets have energy fields and emotions just like us. Therefore, emotional  and stress management are vital to their well being. Understanding the way the body responds during energy medicine facilitation provides the fundamentals of how healing occurs.  Healing Touch for Animals® is an energy field therapy that supports and balances the body to self heal. Healing Touch For Animals® can assist with overall well-being, health, trauma, grief, separation anxiety, and a myriad of other situations. 

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Please note, I am NOT a veterinarian. I am sharing my personal views & experiences about holistic modalities, canine health, and raw feeding. Always consult with your veterinarian and do not use this information in place of your veterinarian’s care to treat, diagnose or cure your pet.