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50 minute session - $60

During your initial appointment we will discuss your pet’s current lifestyle, any changes that have taken place, and any concerns you may have. We will then do a nose to tail evaluation of your pets musculature and range of motion and discuss our findings with you so that we can come up with the best massage possible to make your pet as relaxed and comfortable as we can.

Who Benefits From Canine Massage:

All dogs benefit from massage in the same ways that we benefit from massage. Massage can be a way to relax and also a way to become calm and centered. Dogs suffering from certain ailments may benefit from massage more than others:
  • Geriatric dogs suffering from age related conditions like arthritis
  • Muscle sprains and strains
  • Relieves muscle tension and increases range of motion
  • Increases flexibility
  • Facilitates recovery after surgery and exercise
  • Soothes sore muscles and joints
  • Supports proper digestion
  • Regulates the immune system
  • Improves mood, reduces anxiety, depression, and stress




per SESSION - $100

What Is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is an ancient practice dating back thousands of years to China, where it has been used to treat a variety of conditions in both humans and animals. The purpose of this practice is to produce a healing response in the body by inserting needles into specific points, called acupoints. Each acupoint has a specific effect on other tissues and organ systems within the body when stimulated. It is the response that aim to correct imbalances and restore balance to the body.

Today, acupuncture is used all around the world, as both medical therapy and as a form of preventative medicine. To maximize its benefits, acupuncture is commonly used in conjunction with Western medicine, to treat a wide variety of conditions in numerous species. Research into the scientific basis of acupuncture continues to advance, and positive benefits have been demonstrated in both humans and animals. Acupuncture is not indicated in every medical condition, and it may not succeed when traditional medicine has failed; however it can provide undeniable benefits for a wide variety of ailments.


In companion animals, acupuncture is indicated for a number of problems, including conditions of the following systems:

  • Musculoskeletal
    • Including sport/athletic injuries
  • Nervous system
  • Gastrointestinal
  • Skin
  • Respiratory
  • Select reproductive disorders

Does Acupuncture Hurt?

Many animals do not acknowledge or react to the insertion of acupuncture needles. Other animals may experience an uncomfortable sensation upon insertion of needles. Once the needles are in place, they do not cause any additional pain or discomfort.