The first treatment will last approximately 1 ½ hours and will include a full consultation where I will ask you questions about your dogs medical history, their activities of daily living, their diet and supplement regime and of course what you consider to be your dogs’ main area of concern…
Because Canine massage positively influences all 11 of the systems in your dog’s body it can have a profound effect on your dogs’ general health and well-being. Probably of most importance is its impact on their musculoskeletal, lymphatic and circulatory systems as massage of the body provides direct contact to these systems…
Your dog has over 700 muscles that generally do not get assessed for injury on a regular basis. There is a lot that can go wrong within this system, and it is not just muscles that can be affected but also other soft tissue structures including the Connective tissue or Fascia within the body…
Orthopaedic complaints in dogs are sadly quite common and cover a wide range of conditions. If your dog is diagnosed with an orthopaedic condition your vet will talk you through the options available. These will include rehabilitation or maintenance processes of which massage can form a very important part…
Sarah at Your Dogs Life is totally invaluable to our dogs, we regularly compete at dog agility shows all over the country and 3 of our dogs have competed internationally.
Sarah Bunce; Owner of Trevor and Others!
Sarah Bunce, Cambridgeshire
Not having the fastest agility dog, and being uncertain about her age, we obtained a referral from our vets for a session of massages when she appeared to be a little stiff…
Martin; Poppy’s Owner
I have been using regularly Sarah for about 6 months. I train and compete my dog Jess in dog agility and she suddenly got a dislike for the weaves.
Ellie, Jess’ Owner
I own two beagles that both compete at agility. Bracken, aged 9, competes at grade 7, including champ classes and , Bramble, aged 3…
Louise Bracken and Bramble’s Owner
Louise From Cambridgeshire
We were recommended Sarah when Tannis began to suffer from intermittent lameness following agility training and rough and tumble with a new puppy.
Sue and Kealie, Tannis’s Owners
Sue and Kealie from Cambridgeshire
I was recommended to take my Border Collie, Merle, to see Sarah as he kept going lame after exercise. Sarah assessed him and found the problem…
Jen, Merle’s Owner
Jen from Bedfordshire
Sarah was great helping Bramble with a warm up massage before a recent dog agility event which resulted in Bramble winning a medal and both of us enjoying the day.