Gift a Dog Massage

A relaxing and therapeutic dog massage makes a wonderful gift for your beloved friend.

Stress Reduction·Injury Recovery Support·Muscle Soreness Relief·Flexibility·Enhanced Immune System

Dog Massage

About Mari Vogel

dog massage officeDo you love your pet, your friend?  Of course you do.  If your dog is suffering from pain or injury, contact Mari Vogel of Caring 4 Canines.  She received her Zoology Bachelor’s degree from the University of Montana, her Microbiology and Master of Science in Infectious Diseases from the University of London, and her Canine Massage Therapy Certification.

Dog massage is a safe, natural, and non-invasive touch-therapy that can help your dog maintain optimal health and quality of life.  Here are some of the benefits your dog could experience from massage:

  • Reduction of stress
  • Mental calm and relaxation
  • Support of recovery from injury or surgery
  • Relief of muscle tension, stiffness, and soreness
  • Enhanced athletic performance and endurance
  • Flexibility
  • Enhanced immune system health

 

Reiki for Dogs

Reiki means Universal Life Force.  Universal life energy is the same for humans, plants and animals.  Reiki proves its effectiveness with animals as they do not respond to placebo, suggestion or belief.

It is a simple, natural and intuitive technique for bringing the body into a harmonious state, so that our energy is balanced.  This means we are treating the whole being, spiritually, emotionally as well as physically.

Although dogs may have had a past, they live in the present moment.  In Reiki we do not process or concentrate on past experiences, we accept and move them on.

Reiki can help dogs with many symptoms, physical and emotional.   Understanding a dog’s situation is also important in sending Reiki to the situation and to the care taker/owner can be also effective.

When an animal is treated with Reiki, they relax and get quiet.  They seem to let go.  Sometimes they fall asleep.

Reiki treatment can be done in different ways:

  • Have the dog right near for hands on treatment.
  • Owner is holding the dog
  • Dog is in crate
  • Remotely

These depend on the situation and temperament of the dog.

Below are just a few examples of situations that may be helped.

  1. Anxiety before a vet visit
  2. Pain relief
  3. Travel sickness

 

Mari Vogel has helped many pet-lovers increased the quality of life for their dogs.  If you want to help your pet, contact Mari today at 919-452-3467 or marivogel127@gmail.com.  Show your friend you care.

 ***What Clients Say***

Our dog trains for competition. She is always active and enjoys the massage she gets frequently from Mari. If you want a relaxed and happy dog, I recommend you go see Mari.
Larry Edwards