Massage and Acupressure are highly beneficial for balancing your pet's physical, mental and emotional needs and can be used as preventive care along with your regular health care provider.
Christine Johnson; Practitioner of Acupressure and Massage Wellness since 2007, specializes in "Quality of Life" for geriatric dogs. She works with age related conditions. such as: Pain management, arthritis, muscle deterioration and has a profound effect on increasing circulation and building the immune system.
Essential Balance for our dog’s health depends on several things. Like us, to truly be healthy we must consider all three levels of health: mental, physical, and emotional. Maintaining our health requires multiple support systems including healthful eating; mental stimulation; physical outlet; and emotional support.
When one or more of these elements are out of balance, either due to environmental exposure or genetic disposition, we then develop outward signs of illness. Keeping your pet's body, mind, and spirit healthy enables them to enjoy life to the fullest and live a long happy life.
A physically balanced dog is strong, with good muscle tone, structure, and has endurance. They eat a healthful and species appropriate diet and are in over all good condition.
A physically unbalance dog can become over weight, hyperactive, lack enthusiasm, and develop destructive behaviors. Their coats lack luster, shine, and have skin, ear and eye issues, resulting in scratching and itching causing them to become unfocused at th e task at hand.
A mentally balanced dog is sound and stable; they live by rules, structure and leadership. They enter in to unfamiliar situations with confidence and are comfortable in their own skin.
A mentally unbalanced dog can be unruly, become dominant, develop annoying behaviors, and tend to be un-mannered. Generally these dogs lack the understanding of the rules and you may find it difficult to get your dog to respond to commands.
A emotionally balanced dog is secure with a sunny disposition and is socially in tune with other dogs and people.
An emotionally unbalanced dog can be anti social, cowards or urinates while being touched, high strung, and can develop fear issues that lead to shyness and aggression.
Learn to re-balance your dog physically, mentally and emotionally. Our programs set the foundation for a happy home, it contributes to your pets overall well-being and is our commitment to your Dogs 4 Life.