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Canine Massage Therapy Available In Home or In Office

Aug 02, 2016 12:40PM

Nancy McDonald

Certified canine massage therapist Nancy McDonald, of Animal Ally, guides and assists humans and their pets in achieving optimum health, naturally. In addition to her traveling, in-home services, she is now available for canine massage, animal reiki and animal acupressure from 3 to 5 p.m. on Thursdays, at the Holistic Animal Care Shoppe, located at 7334 East Broadway Boulevard, in Tucson. These services will be provided at discounted prices.

“Remember, as your pet ages, they may be slowing down and experiencing some stiffness and pain; they may be limping or having trouble getting up after lying down. Perhaps your dog is in pain from a back injury, or is recovering from an illness or surgery,” says McDonald. “Animals experience many of the same aches and pains from activity and injury as humans, as well as emotional problems like stress.”

Whatever the primary source of discomfort for a pet may be, McDonald’s expert and soothing approach can help the animal adjust to the challenges they are experiencing.

For more information, call 520-591-2950, email [email protected] or visit AnimalAllyAZ.com. See ad, page 18.

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