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Clinical Canine Massage Therapy
@ The EDGE

Results you can see and your dog can feel.

For appointments at The EDGE clinic, Gloucestershire Book Here

Canine Massage Therapy  is a natural holistic treatment in which Amy uses a range of techniques to help relieve pain and reduce any discomfort your dog may be indicating.

It is a comprehensive, drug free and non invasive therapy that effects the whole body. We aim to see results in just 1-3 initial sessions that you can see and your dog can feel!

Amy is a member of the renowned Canine Massage Guild following the completion of studying with the Canine Massage Therapy Centre in 2015 on their comprehensive 2 year course. Amy is qualified in all 4 disciplines of Massage -  Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports and Myofascial Release. As a Guild Therapist Amy has been taught the Lenton Method™ -  A 3 tiered approach for the in-depth assessment and treatment of dogs.

Advanced Palpation and Evaluation, Body Mapping and the 7 protocols.

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Since Qualifying Amy has completed many additional courses including:

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  • Canine Conditioning Academy's 1 year Coaching Course


  • Skills Review 1 & 2


  • Facilitated Stretching


  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD)


  • Ventral Aspect


  • Deep Tissue


  • Neuromuscular Facilitation -Advanced Trigger Point Manipulation


  • CPD in Hydrotherapy


  • CPD in Dissection


  • Pet First Aid


  • Human First Aid




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Is Clinical Canine Massage Therapy for my dog? 

Does your dog  - 

  • Have intermittent lameness?


  • Have an Orthopedic condition such as Arthritis? Hip or Elbow Dysplasia? Spondylosis


  • Have reduced mobility?


  • Have some stiffness either on getting up or after exercise?


  • Struggle to get up or down stairs? 


  • Show reluctance to jump in or out of the car? or Jump on or off the sofa?




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Has your dog showed performance or gait related issues in your sport or perhaps the show ring, such as -

  • Pole knocking?

  • Missing weave entries or exits?

  • Not hitting contact criteria?

  • Slowing down?

  • Maybe their gait is not 'normal' or they could be showing lameness, or perhaps looking 'unbalanced'?




   Would you like to see your dog - 

  • Have Improved posture?

  • Move in a fluid, effortless way with reach and drive?

  • Have significantly reduced pain levels?

  • Have an improved mood and general sense of well-being?

  • Enjoying their walks again?

  • Train or Compete in your chosen sport comfortably and happy?



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If you have answered YES to any of the above then Canine Massage Therapy @ The EDGE is for your dog.

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I Amy lawson acknowledge and respect the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 and Exemption Order 2015 by never working upon an animal without gaining prior veterinary approval. As stated by the RCVS, “physiotherapy” is interpreted as including all kinds of manipulative therapy (Section 19.21)


Appointments at The EDGE Clinic, Gloucestershire

First Appointment 1.5 hours £50

Follow up Appointments 1 hour £45


To download a consent form please click the button below.​​​​