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Canine Massage Therapy

Canine Massage Helps Alleviate your older dogs pain & helps them move better

Why Canine Massage Helps

Relaxes Tense Muscles

Trigger Point Therapy Is Like Deep Tissue & Alleviates Tight Muscles

Prevents Further Injury

Massage Targets Muscles That May Be Compensating For Pain

Improves Mobility

Massage increases flexibility & loosens up joints to allow for better movment

The Dogletic's Process

Schedule Session

30 Minute Massage for $45 or $80 For 60 Mins

In Home Massage

Learn About Your Dogs Health

Learn about your dogs gait, muscle weakness and technique’s you can do at home

See The Results

Watch Your Dog Become Mobil Again

Your 10 Old Will Act 6 Again

You Should Not Have To Watch Your Dog Struggle To Go Up The Stairs

Older Dog Receiving Canine Massage
Colby giving a canine massage to a rescue bully
Courtney R.
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"I had issues with separation anxiety and Colby helped me work through all the stress of getting a puppy!
Ross J.
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My dog use to jump on people all the time. Colby taught my dog not to jump without permission. This much more useful than turning your body because most people ignore my wishes for them to not allow my dog to jump on them.
Arika C.
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Dogletics sets apart from Rover because they have a unique walk and train program that makes sure your dog is handled by dog trainers not kids.
Elizabeth G
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My Dad, due to health reasons, could not control his new 6 year old rescue when she tried to bolt out the door. Thanks to Colby he can get his weekly food delivers without it being a struggle every time. .
Maritza F.
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Colby helped my stubborn German Shepherd become an obedient puppy! Thank you Colby for all of your Help. My family and I appreciate your time and help!!
Pat J.
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Colby took my nightmare of suddenly having my Army son's 2) 65# dogs into a house of obedience, rewards, and joy. I could not have managed the 8 months my son served in Iraq and Kuwait without her professionalism in handling 2 very strong willed pulling dogs.
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