Learn how to massage your own dog(s) with this easy to follow, comprehensive online course! Massage can help decrease pain in your dog, increase range of motion, aid in bonding and improve your dog’s quality of life!

Register today…your dog will thank you!

Curriculum Includes

  • Introduction and History of Massage
  • Canine Locomotor System Anatomy
  • Evaluation
  • Vital Signs
  • Massage Preparation
  • Contraindications to Massage
  • Massage Techniques (Basic Strokes, Swedish, Myofascial Release, CMS and Gua Sha)
  • Aromatherapy
  • Hot and Cold Therapies
  • Evaluating Collars and Harnesses
  • Basic Nutrition and Supplementation

What Is Included in Your Registration?

  • Unlimited access to the on-line course without deadlines and timeframes
  • Dog Owner’s Guide to Canine Massage Manual (available in PDF format)
  • Invitation to our Canine Myo-manipulative Functional Therapist FaceBook group where you can gain advice and share experiences with other dog owners and professionals from all over the world
  • Unlimited access to Dr. Barbara or one of her instructors through e-mail and messages to have any questions you may have regarding the course and the treatment plan for your dog answered.

Learn from any location

Complete at your own pace

About the Instructor

Dr. Angelique Barbara is a Doctor of Chiropractic who holds additional degrees in Veterinary Science (B.S.), Equine Science (Minor) and Veterinary Pathobiology (M.S.). Her background in both the clinical and research animal health care world as well her experience as a human chiropractor give her a unique perspective on animal bodywork. 

This is a not a certification course and is not intended to prepare you for a career as a canine massage therapist! The techniques learned in this course do not replace veterinary medicine and you may still need to utilize a professional canine body work practitioner in addition to using the techniques learned.

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