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Canine Therapeutic & Sports Massage
A Balanced K9 offers canine massage to clients in the New Braunfels area of Texas. All massage appointments are seen at the dog's home for the ultimate comfort of your canine. Massage appointments are generally 50-60 minutes in length and are tailored to the specific needs of your dog.

2012 Massage Prices: 60 minute massage with travel $60, multiple dog discount-two dog massages with travel $90. Additional discounts for three or more dogs. Some areas of Texas require extra travel and will be priced accordingly. A Balanced K9 accepts cash, credit cards, checks and all happy tail wags.
Twenty percent of the canine massage fee is happily donated to dog rescues.

Do you and your friends want to learn how to give your dog a massage?
Contact me about holding a massage class/seminar!

Contact me to schedule your dog's custom massage or for more information.

Ways A Massage Helps Your Dog:
  • Massage relieves stress, decreases anxiety and promotes an overall feeling well-being
  • It decreases inflammation and helps reduce pain especially arthritis and back pain
  • Massage speeds recovery from surgery or injury
  • It increases mobility and provides greater joint flexibility, helping your dog move better!
  • Improves circulation which helps internal organs
  • Massage improves and strengthens the immune system
"Paula was asked to visit my English Springer Spaniel, Charlie, after his ACL surgery this past summer. Her knowledge of dog anatomy and degree of expertise in physical therapy was quite evident. I loved the fact that she made house calls as well. Charlie enjoyed her weekly visits and I truly believe his recovery was speeded along with Paula's help."--B.A.

" I feel that Paula's canine therapeutic massage played a major role in the recovery of Kaper after surgery. Paula also helped in maintaining Gypsy's mobility without surgery even with a torn acl in her left leg and torn meniscus in her right leg.  Even my other dog Fanci loves her visits from Paula, it's her spa day!!!!! "--Dorien


Please contact me with any questions or to set up an appointment for your dog.

Canine massage is
NOT an alternative or substitute for veterinary medicine.
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Qualifications

  • Attended Rocky Mountain School of Animal Acupressure and Massage
  • Certified Canine Massage Therapist
  • Certified Canine Sports Massage Therapist

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