Handheld Pet Massager for Dogs and Cats by Tilcare - Electric Cat and Dog Massage Tool - Head and Back Scratcher for Relieving Tension, Tight Muscles and Stiffness with Four Rotating Massage Heads
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The Clinical Canine Massage Practitioner Programme provides you with not only the most up to date and comprehensive training in canine massage therapy but also considers your journey after you have completed the course: You can fill a chew toy, such as a Kong with food. And give it to your pup before they get anxious. Start with a flat hand and use your palm to stroke your dog, working from the top of their head down. Use gentle pressure and start in the direction of hair growth. If your dog enjoys this, you can use a slightly firmer pressure. Always avoid bones and joints, so you’re only stroking over the muscles (for example either side of the spine).
NEW! Online companion school! – whilst you are studying your modules our online companion school has been developed to help bring it all to life for you during the course home study element and includes: The Petwell Dual Point Handheld Massage Rolleris designed to relieve deep muscle tension. This would be a great tool for dogs that have a particular spot that frequently gives them trouble, like the hips or shoulders. There is a large ball on one end and a smaller ball on the other, so it's versatile for use all over the body.This is not a `roll on roll off` course. It is 2 years on intense studying and training in Anatomy & Physiology as well as many hours of practical training both in and out of the classroom. It is not a full time course but requires you to do research and written modules. Our students must have completed up to and including Module 9 before attending any practical sessions. Don’t press too hard on their muscles. Remember that the whole goal of this is to let your pooch calm down. #3: Effleurage
In the photo on the right, you can see the four large rounded knobs that work to massage your pet while you brush. The small bristles work to remove dead hair at the same time. This is a great tool to use with anxious or stressed dogs, and it's also the best option if you're looking to create or help build the bond between you and your canine companion.
Effleurage Strokes. Consider this stroke “petting with intention.” This is your assessment stroke. Effleurage is a gliding, gentle stroke along your dog’s body. Your hands remain in a cupped position with fingers together.
If you're specifically looking for something to remove all the shed hair from your dog's coat, this isn't it. But, if you want a tool to massage your dog and you know he could also benefit from a good brushing, this Petwell Massage Tools for dogs is what you need. Another great thing is that all of these Petwell Massage Tools for dogs are suitable for any size or breed. So, if you've got a multi-pet household like mine you won't need to buy different tools for each animal. That's a big advantage in my opinion!
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Natalie also assists in the career development of trained therapists by coaching them as Workshop Instructors to run their own workshops in canine massage therapy and bringing this wonderful therapy to a wider audience across the world, benefitting more dogs, everywhere. Next step…fill in your SELF ASSESSMENT and press send! Congratulations you’re one step closer to recognising your dream of working with dogs or adding this skill to your pre-existing animal care work. Our next intake will begin the Home Study Modules in Jan 2023 and your practical session dates will commence April 2024.