If you would like to see what Wikipedia says about animal massage, specifically canine, please use this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canine_massage
When you reach this page you may go directly to Benefits (#2) which will be similar to what you see on my “Benefits” page. Some people may not be aware of how much education is taught and learned to become certified in this field. You can read a little about that in the Canine Massage Therapy School (#5).
There are three main types of massage techniques. Although they may seem similar to one another there is a difference in the result or outcome of the body-work done on your animal.
I have included this link for you if you want more information regarding these different techniques. Some massage is more specific and needs more time to be done correctly. The information is only two pages. http://www.gourmetbodywork.com/bodywork7.html
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