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Pet Massage the Your Critter Sitters Way

June 14, 2015

Pet massage is a non-invasive therapy that is beneficial for all types of pets, from your indoor cat to dogs active in obedience, agility, search and rescue, police K-9 units and guide dogs. Benefits of Pet Massage Therapy relieves tension reduces pain and swelling increases circulation and flexibility helps promote faster healing stimulates both mentally […]

Massage Testimonial

June 9, 2015

Raylene is a natural with dogs. Her therapeutic massages helped my senior so much in her final months. All of my dogs very much enjoy her visits and are very relaxed when she is massaging them. I heartily recommend her work. It’s a bonus that she makes house calls! The price cannot be beat. ~Debby McMullen, CDBC and Owner […]

Natasha – A Critter Case Study

May 7, 2015

Last year I did my first official cat massage and it meant the world to me. Natasha was an ill and frail kitty. She had very little time left for this world. Since this was my first time touching her, I did gentle, superficial massage for a few minutes to see how receptive she was. After […]

Massage Benefits for the Senior Dog

May 3, 2015

I pet sat senior dogs for many years and wanted to find a way to help them feel better and get around more easily. I knew massage helped with a lot of my aches and pains, so I enrolled in a canine massage class at Integrated Touch Therapy in Circleville, OH. I am so glad […]

Dakota – A Critter Case Study

April 23, 2015

This boy is a fabulous Golden Retriever, who has been a challenge to massage.  First he has a sister, Mia, a mixed breed that has endless energy and can jump 6 feet in the air from standing still. She whines, barks, scratches, jumps and continuously carries on if she isn't the one getting attention. Mia […]

Canine Cabin Fever

January 25, 2015

Here in the 'Burgh the Winter season has finally kicked in and cabin fever is rearing its ugly head. I am at a client's home, and we just got a few inches of snow. The dogs are enjoying it, but I don't relish being outside for too long. What can I do to keep them […]

Massage from Infancy to Today

January 18, 2015

Massage has a long and varied history.  You may not be aware, but massage has been around since at least 3000 B.C.  Expanding on basic massage the Egyptians developed Reflexology, a method of applying pressure to the feet and hands to affect physical change to the body, as long ago as 2500 B.C.  A medical papyri was even […]

My Life Has Gone to the Dogs (and cats, horses, bunnies, fish…)

January 4, 2015

I do not have a dog. I have three cats. However, last year I was "owned" by over 40 different dogs (and even more cats) – sharing time, walks, couches and sometimes the bed with them. There is a bond that develops when I share these times with animals. I feel like the beloved aunt who is rejoiced […]

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