Massage & Reiki For Your Pooch

Urban Pooches LOVE massages. Your pooch will feel like a puppy after his/her massage. Our massage therapists are licensed, experienced professionals and will consult with you prior to the massage to make certain it’s an incredible experience that leaves your canine smiling inside and out. A perfect addition to boarding to make your pooch feel extra special and relaxed while you’re away.

Reiki, an ancient Japanese technique of using light touch to instill deep relaxation, aides wellness and healing. Canines, like humans respond well to this particular kind treatment. Also excellent for supporting your canine’s recovery from injuries or surgery. Your pooch will be treated by a certified Reiki Master, who will consult with you prior to treatment.

Benefits of the Canine Massage:

  • Increases circulation
  • Boosts immune system
  • Increases flexibility & joint movement
  • Eases hyperactivity & reduces anxiety
  • Helps to flush toxins
  • Improves athletic performance
  • Acts as passive exercise for geriatric or non-active dogs
  • Promotes positive social development and behavior
  • Improves overall quality of life

Appointment required.
Consider adding a 15-minute massage for your canine while boarding with us.

15 minute massage – $25
30 minute massage – $45
45 minute massage – $60
If your pooch is Boarding with us, please consider a 30 minute massage for a discounted price. Ask our front Desk Pooch Pack for details!

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Our Massage Therapist – Alexia Macri from Hands-on Paws

Alexia Macri has completed the Foundation and Advanced courses at the Pet Massage School in Toledo, OH. She is certified in Canine Rehabilitation, and has a Veterinary Assistant diploma. She is also certified in Aromatherapy. Alexia is a member of IAAMB (International Association of Animal Massage & Bodywork) and is experienced in hydrotherapy, ultrasound therapy, electrical stimulation, therapeutic exercise and massage. She also frequently volunteers at various animal shelters offering her services to animals that need it the most.