If you’ve ever had a massage, then you know firsthand how good you feel afterwards. Your dog deserves to feel the same way!
It's best to take your dog out for a walk and a bathroom break prior to the massage session. It's recommended not to feed your dog for at least 90 minutes before its massage treatment and only a light meal at that time.
Since massage aids in the elimination of bodily waste products and toxins, your dog may need a bathroom break sooner than later after the massage session. Encourage your dog to drink as much water as possible. Coconut water after a massage session is also an excellent way to get your dog to drink.
No. Canine massage is not a substitute for veterinary advice, diagnosis or treatment. Dog owners should consult their veterinarian regularly, including in regard to any symptoms that may require diagnosis or treatment.
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