Canine Bowen

The Canine Bowen Technique does not involve any hard manipulation or cracking of joints. The therapist makes small rolling type moves using their fingers and thumbs at precise points on the dog’s body. These moves disturb the muscles, soft tissue and energy within the body. During the treatment breaks are given to allow the dog’s body to make subtle adjustments which help relieve tension, reduce pain and initiate the healing process.

hannah dogs

Typical areas which have responded well to the Canine Bowen Technique are:

Acute injury
Sprains and Strains

Chronic conditions and degenerative disease
Improving the dog’s quality of life

Rescue dogs
Relaxation of tension caused by
stress and earlier trauma

Pre and post operative surgery
Assisting in recovery times