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Massage allowed, tips for animal lovers

The beneficial effect of massage not only maintaining the health of the animal. Many pet owners had opened her healing abilities, which had not previously existed. Making massage to your little friend, you know the feeling, familiar to a professional masseur. You begin to feel the belief in the existence of hidden healing abilities of living beings with their own hands. Agree vet Tiekert Carvel, the founder and President of the American Association of veterinarians who believe that massage helps animals and their owners stay healthy. “I try to convince the owners of my “patients” to massage regularly.Start with a daily massage, especially if the animal has discomfort later having a massage twice a week. Don’t be afraid to do it too often. The effect of the massage is to improve blood circulation. William winter, a veterinarian and a doctor of chiropractic (people) has a practice in Minneapolis. He claims that massage animals has another impact: “When you start to massage the animal, you are almost instantly decreases blood pressure. ”

Fans of animal massage say that before to massage the animal, its owner must obtain a massage. “To learn, first try yourself, advises Dr. Fox. – A beneficial feeling the touch of someone’s fingers to his skin and muscles, you improve your own “vision fingers”. Tonic effect of massage will prove to you the wholesomeness of his influence speak louder than any words.” Continue reading

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