Camp Wagging Tails owner adding first in its series of wellness services for the pampered Lake Norman pet.
“When people first hear about PetMassage,” says Camp Wagging Tails owner Mary Colven, “they may think of a spa, hot towels and cucumbers on the eyes. What we are offering, however, is an innovative way to increase the wellness of our canine companions through intentional touch, balancing them from the inside out, helping them achieve self-awareness of their bodies, and enhancing their energy, emotional and physical well being.”
Colven, who demonstrated the service recently at the Bark in the Park event held at Historic Rural Hill in Huntersville, is now a PetMassage provider after completing an intensive training program.
“We help our animal companions so they can help themselves,” she says.
PetMassage combines a thorough knowledge of canine anatomy with gentle touch and energy techniques to assist all body systems to perform optimally by increasing circulation, flexibility and emotional support as well as during transitional stages of a dog’s life.