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All wellness services are subject to vaccination requirements
A dog's wellness is crucial for their health, happiness, and longevity. By prioritizing their wellness through regular veterinary checkups, different types of therapy, proper nutrition, exercise, and grooming, owners can prevent illnesses, address health issues early, and ensure that their dog is thriving. Maintaining a dog's wellness also promotes their emotional well-being and strengthens the bond between the dog and their owner.
Non-Anesthetic Teeth Cleaning
Non-anesthetic dog teeth cleaning, is a procedure that involves cleaning a dog's teeth without the use of anesthesia. This is done by a trained professional who will use hand tools or ultrasonic scalers to remove plaque and tartar from the dog's teeth. This procedure does not go in or above gum line as we are not a veterinary clinic, which is the only professionals legally allowed to perform that type of teeth cleaning. Non-anesthetic teeth cleaning can be a good option for dogs who cannot tolerate anesthesia or for owners who prefer a more natural approach to dental care between deep cleaning at vet office. If you are unsure, please contact your veterinarian.
Canine Massage Therapy
Canine massage therapy is a form of alternative therapy that involves the manipulation of a dog's soft tissue to promote relaxation, relieve pain and tension, and improve their overall well-being. Canine massage therapy can provide numerous benefits for dogs, including reduced stress and anxiety, improved circulation, enhanced flexibility and range of motion, and increased immune function. It can also help manage chronic conditions such as arthritis, hip dysplasia, and muscle strains, as well as aid in the recovery process after surgery or injury.
Overall, canine massage therapy is a gentle and non-invasive way to improve a dog's physical and emotional health, and can be a valuable addition to their overall wellness routine. It's important to always consult with a veterinarian before starting any new therapy or treatment for your dog. Performed by a licensed professional.
Canine water therapy, also known as hydrotherapy, is a form of exercise and rehabilitation that involves using water to promote physical activity and improve a dog's overall health and well-being. Canine water therapy can provide numerous benefits for dogs, such as increased muscle strength and cardiovascular health, improved range of motion, and reduced pain and inflammation. It can also aid in the recovery process after surgery or injury, and help manage chronic conditions such as arthritis and hip dysplasia.
Overall, canine water therapy is a low-impact and safe way to promote a dog's physical and emotional health, and can be a valuable addition to their overall wellness routine. It's important to always consult with a veterinarian before starting any new therapy or treatment for your dog. Performed by a licensed professional.
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