Dear Pet Lover,
You, as a dog lover, can encourage better health and healing in your furry friends with a career as a canine massage therapist or by adding massage skills to an existing animal based business.
Forbes reported that animal massage therapist salaries are on a par with human massage therapists who earned a median annual salary of $39,860 in 2016 according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Register for the HTT Canine Massage Theory and Techniques program today to become a Canine Massage Therapist. You'll be on your way to helping pups while increasing your income. An average pet massage costs around $50 for a pet. That could be money in your pocket if you take this course.
Registration is easy and can be done right here!
As an added bonus, view our two videos for a snippet of what you will learn.
Always pet with a purpose,
Canine Massage Theory and Techniques Course
Every massage move is demonstrated in a video for you to watch and practice as many times as you wish. You will use the one-handed effleurage move or the 'petting with a purpose' stroke in every massage you perform. Try one-handed effleurage to relax your dog.
You do not put your hands on a dog for some moves. Active stretches require the pup to do the work while you entice him with a treat. The nose to toes move stretches the muscles of the back to relax and strengthen them. While your dog plays a game to receive a treat he reduces muscle tension, improves circulation, and increases flexibility. See if your dog likes this stretch.
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Dr. Sue enjoys teaching stretches to Camp K9 kids and the shelter dogs they work with.
Check out our courses and add a new level of care for the special dog in your life or become a Certified Canine Massage Practitioner to benefit many furry friends. Register for an online class and start learning today.
With a Ph.D. in Biological sciences from the University of Texas in Austin and a masters in Zoology from Southern Illinois University, Dr. Sue is devoted to the care and massaging of pets. Read her articles here.