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It's often mistakenly assumed that canine massage and bodywork is an indulgence,
when in fact there are many health and behavioral benefits.
Benefits of Massage
  • Relieves pain

  • Improves flexibility and range of motion

  • Improves circulation

  • Speeds recovery following exercise, injury or surgery

  • Stimulates the movement of lymphatic fluid

  • Stimulates peristalsis (relaxation of the muscles of the intestine)

  • Improves tone and elasticity of the skin

Massage Theory

Massage is systematic and intentional - often problems are detected that might otherwise  go unnoticed. Massage is soothing, comforting, and relaxing. Massage is different from petting as it helps keep many body systems working well. It supports the circulation of blood and lymph fluids (which helps the immune system), helps joints stay flexible and well lubricated and reduces the buildup of adhesions in muscle and joint tissue.


Particularly good times to consider scheduling a massage would be if you bring a new pet into the home, if there is a stressful event happening such as moving, before your pet undergoes any medical procedures (i.e. dentals or surgery) or anytime

their physical activity increases.

Our Team

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As a Certified Canine Massage Therapist, Adrian provides massage sessions in the water during swim sessions, or in our office. 


As a clinical massage therapist, Adrian provides the benefits of massage for young developing puppies, anxious dogs, dogs aversive to touch, dogs with orthopedic, and neurological issues, soft tissue injuries, pre and post surgical, palliative and hospice care, and preventive wellness care. 


To schedule an appointment at The Puddle

with Adrian, please contact her directly at


30 minutes $60.00

60 minutes $80.00

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