Welcome to Macoby Clinical Canine Massage Therapy's website
Clinical canine massage is a safe non invasive form of complementary therapy that can produce results in as little as 1-3 sessions. Massage helps to rehabilitate soft tissue injuries such as sprains or strains along with supporting those dogs that need extra help with chronic pain management
Have you noticed any of the following with your dog for example?
If you have then get in touch today to find out more about how clinical canine massage could be of benefit for your dog
NEWS FROM MACOBY........
Thank you to my clients who gave their permission for me to submit their dogs treatment as part of the clinical trials research into the efficacy of Canine Massage Therapy run by the Canine Massage Guild with Winchester University
The results are in & look pretty impressive!
More information can be found by copying this link
Macoby has been nominated for the Animal Star Awards 2022
Canine First Aid courses.......
In addition to providing clinical canine massage I also teach canine first aid being affiliated with Protrainings.
Would you know what to do if your dog had an emergency or accident?
Would you like to be taught by a Registered Veterinary Nurse with 29 years of experience including out of hours emergency work?
I will be offering Canine First Aid workshops which are fully certified & accredited with Pro Trainings (venue depending you can bring your own dog)
Learn how to apply dressings, learn how to deal with common first aid situations, practice CPR and more!!
Price is £45 per person includes Canine First Aid Manual plus a certificate valid for 3 years - ideal for dog owners, groomers, dog walkers and trainers
One to one training also available £75
For Agility and Dog Training groups to register your interest then please email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshops run 10.30am until 2.30pm (class sizes limited to 5-6 at the moment)
Please contact me on 07983 759975 or email@example.com to find out more
Please note this is not a substitution for Veterinary care & diagnosis