Canine massage is suitable for both the young active dog as well as the older, less mobile dog. Massage is great for preventing injury especially if a dog leads an active life working as an agility dog, a show dog, a therapy dog or a service companion. Massage helps mitigate pain from past injuries, manage chronic diseases, and keep the body in the best condition possible. Massage offers the same benefits to to dogs as it does to people. All massage work is done in the comfort and convenience of the client’s home where their pet is most comfortable.
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Allison Mourad is a certified canine massage practitioner and is a graduate of the Pet Massage Training and Research Institute in Toledo, Ohio. Allison is a professional member of the International Association of Animal Massage and Bodywork.
Upon retirement after 24 years as an FBI Agent, Allison pursued a lifelong dream of working with animals, specifically dogs. When considering the direction and path she wanted to take for her second career, she felt strongly that she wanted to learn a new skill that could be used to help dogs. She became aware of canine massage and how it could benefit dogs physically, emotionally, and spiritually. She knew right away that it was a perfect fit for her as she started a new chapter in her life.