PetAbility Podcast

Massage: Getting the FEEL for it!

May 17, 2022 PetAbility Season 3 Episode 10
PetAbility Podcast
Massage: Getting the FEEL for it!
Show Notes

Ahhhh.... the laying on of the hands, therapeutic touch, massage - it's more powerful than you might think. Listen to Cathy and Chris describe preparing for a massage session with your pet, getting your pet's consent, the myriad of massage benefits, specific massage techniques, and generally how to get the most out of  the time spent massaging your pet. Packed with information, your methods are bound to improve after listening to this show. And remember, practice makes perfect, so go forth with confidence and get your hands on your pets -  you'll be glad you did and they'll thank you  for it!

Check out our massage video that demonstrates small animal massage in action!
See Cathy performing skin rolling here!

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