Saturday August 17, 2013 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
We all know how good massage feels, how it helps us heal from injuries and stress. This class is designed to teach you how to massage your dog, create a bonding experience. Canine massage will help your athletic dog recover from events, help your dog recover from injuries or surgery. You will get to know your dog on a different level and be able to spot potential health problems.
Rules for Owners:
All dogs must be socialized and get along well with others Rules for Owners:
Dogs must be up to date on all vaccines and / or titers
Dogs must be on lead (leash) and under owner control at all times.
As the pet owner, you are responsible for clean up for your pet.
If you are concerned that your dog does not do well with others in a group setting, recovering from an injury, illness or surgery, private sessions can be arranged.
These classes are kept small due to dog energy and ability to absorb the information provided.
IN NO WAY IS THIS CLASS INTENDED TO REPLACE VETERINARY CARE!!!
Please leave all (2-Legged) children at home as it will be hard to watch your children and your dog at the same time. If there is an older child who wishes to participate in this workshop, please contact Sue Page at 848-3531 prior to the workshop so arrangements can be made and an appropriate workshop group can be assigned.
Rules for DOGS:
No biting when a simple growl will do.
Enjoy your bonding time with your person.
Keep your people under control.
Sue Page L.M.T. and North East Institute of Whole Health are not liable for any injury to any person or dog due to owner non compliance of the above mentioned rules.
With Susan Page, L.M.T.
Cost: The cost for this workshop is $ 35.00 per dog, $60.00 for two dogs in the same household. Multiple owners are welcome to attend. No more than 12 Dogs.
4 hour workshop
Certificate and 4 Cont. Ed. hours will be granted, valid for National Certification
Not approved for State NH Cont. Ed. Hours
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