Purpose of Canine Massage Therapy
Purpose of Canine Massage Therapy

Canine Massage Therapy helps to improve elasticity, range of motion, and circulation. It relieves pain and loosens up tension. The Therapist's aim is to improve the pup's health emotionally and physically. We develop an empathetic relationship with your pup, and pay attention to all feedback your pup gives us. We respect your pup and will pay attention to their sensitivities, and will never force a massage upon them, will stop when they have had enough, and will not encroach on their personal and private places. We are careful with all their extremities such as ears, whiskers, tail, and fur. We will not use any lotions, creams, or oils. We create a safe, calm, and comfortable working environment and conduct ourselves in a professional and ethical manner.


Your pet will usually let you know whether they agree with your decision of a practitioner and the treatment being provided. If your pet is happy, you know you made the right decision. Remember that your pup might not reveal results in the first few sessions. The body goes through several changes physiologically as well as involuntarily. The nervous, gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, respiratory, and immune systems can all be affected.

Massage will help relax these systems and relieve pain, but some of the physiological changes may take longer to be revealed in some dogs compared to others.


Massage is not only for emotionally sound dogs, but it can also help comfort an animal that had been feeling lonely, neglected, or abused. We know that psychological health is correlated with physical health. Stress is a common factor that allows illness and disease to encroach on a pup when their immune system is unable to defend itself from bacteria and viruses. Massage helps the body feel balanced and rejuvenated, by working on both physical and mental components. Even if a pup doesn't seem to be imbalanced, sometimes it takes a massage to find out that they actually weren't necessarily psychologically sound. By improving physiological issues, the psychological aspect will benefit as well. For the pups that need pain reduced, when they begin to have better range of motion and strength, they will feel rejuvenated. Having energy return is a sign of a healthier pup, and this health can cause such happiness to a pup.

You are welcome to visit our facility, and we would love to answer your questions.


We pride ourselves on great service at a very reasonable price.


“I know what it's like to be busy with everything life gives you in a day. I also know what it's like to have a furry family member who has needs that are juggled with the busy levels of life. I wanted to provide a safe place during the day where your fur-baby can feel at home while being away from home.”

"I've had a desire to help animals all my life, and an intuition with them that isn't really explainable. A wise woman sent me in the right direction so I could utilize my gifts and my education. So here I am to help as many canines (and their people) as I can."

Owner: Samantha Hart – University of Lethbridge B.Sc. & International College of Canine Studies CCMT & "Walks 'n' Wags" Pet First Aid Certified.


Feel free to browse the site for more of our information and we hope to meet you and your pup(s) soon!


230 12C Street North 

Lethbridge, Alberta, T1H 2M7


Phone: 403-715-5259





Closed Statutory Holidays​


Mon/Tues/Fri: 2pm-4pm

Weds/Thurs: 9am-4pm

Saturdays by Appointment

Closed Statutory Holidays

(hours subject to change based on Daycare productivity)


 $ For payments, we keep our rates low by accepting cash or e-transfer $

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