Canine Massage Special Offered by Animal Ally AZ

Nancy McDonald, a certified canine massage therapist and Reiki master, is currently offering a deal for first-time clients to receive $20 off a service. McDonald is the owner of Animal Ally AZ, offering canine massage, animal acupressure and Reiki.

“You know that blissed-out feeling you have after getting a nice massage? Your dog could have that, too,” says McDonald. “Dogs can also receive the other benefits of massage—improved mobility and circulation, decreased pain, greater calm and faster recovery following injury or illness.”

McDonald is certified by the Rocky Mountain School of Animal Acupressure and Massage in three levels of canine massage: Therapeutic Massage, Sports Massage and Massage for the Senior Dog. She is a Reiki Master in Usui Reiki and has attended trainings in essential oil for animals, animal acupressure and animal communication.

For more information, call 520-591-2950, email or visit See ad, page 11.

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