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Doggies Want a Massage, Too

Nancy McDonald and Teo

If your pooch is feeling a little peaked lately, maybe having his muscles massaged and energy aligned would give him the boost he needs. We are all familiar with massage for humans, and the same principles apply to our furry friends. With massage, dogs experience increased blood circulation and lymph movement, muscle relaxation and joint flexibility, which could reduce pain and enhance mobility. And just as we experience a release of tension and worry after being on a bodyworker’s table, our pooch also can shake off emotional and psychological distress after a session.

Animal Ally of Arizona is a new provider of natural services for canines and other animals. Owner Nancy McDonald is passionate about pooches, and is naturally attuned to their needs and feelings. She is certified in canine massage and is a Reiki master. She is more than happy to talk to clients about how canine massage and energy work could benefit their animal friend.

For more information, call 520-591-2950 or e-mail [email protected].

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