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Canine Massage-Reiki

CANINE MASSAGE

Rub Dog Down Canine Massage



Owner: Dr. Sue Davis

Business Phone: 480-650-4459

Business Website: 

"Sharing My Passion for People and Pooches Seeking Change - Naturally!"
Dr. Susanne Davis

Just a few of the many benefits for your dog:
  • Reduces pain and stiffness
  • Improves flexibility and motion
  • Soothing, Relaxing
  • Improves immunity
  • Improves circulation
  • Reduces toxins
  • Improves movement
  • Benefits 'special needs' dogs
  • Excellent for show dogs
  • Excellent for Agility dogs
  • Great adjunct for all Working breeds







Your veterinarian's approval is requested prior to my seeing your dog for care.

"Rub-Down Dog Canine Massage," evolved from a deep desire I had to work with dogs.  Tellington Touch has been a mainstay for my dog clients, along with Craniosacral therapy, a combination of sports massage and Tui Na Chinese massage." Dr. Sue Davis

Dr. Sue also practices human acupuncture, Chinese medicine, Craniosacral therapy, and gentle chiropractic - among other skills - in her people practice.  She was a nationally certified paramedic for ten years, worked in biophysics research at the University of Pennsylvania, and served as Academic Dean of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at Rain Star University in Scottsdale. Be sure to check out her TLC website too - www.yourlotus.com









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