Comments on How to Massage an Arthritic Dog

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skiw9748   Hartford, AL

11/24/2012 7:44:49 PM

Thanks, information is very helpful !

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Chris   Mesa, AZ

10/22/2011 4:30:34 PM

This is very sensible. It is something I do without thinking about it.

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Audrey Smith   New Cumberland, PA

3/13/2010 12:39:56 PM

I will NOT pay on-line for a pet medical
question!!
That is a scam!! I can call my vet and have asked questions that they answered for
FREE!
You should allow at least 3 FREE questions.

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Tim   Arlington, MA

2/22/2010 3:28:00 PM

Well written and nice descriptions of technique. I look forward to trying them on my 10-yr old Golden Retriever to help his hip problems.

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Renata   Surprise, AZ

11/26/2009 7:48:16 PM

Thanks so much , my Noble has been disgnostic with Hipdysplasia. He lost complete control from his waist down. I will carefully do what you said do try to keep him as comfortable as possible.

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Leah   Hasting-on-Hudson, NY

10/27/2009 8:26:41 AM

Thank you so much. I wanted to begin massaging my fifteen year old arthriticChow Chow, but was unsure and did not want to unknowingly do any damage. This gives me the technique and method knowledge I needed to make sure I didn't harm her. Thanks again!

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Terry   Corona del Mar, CA

8/17/2009 10:23:57 AM

Nicely written article. For more info on dog massage go to www.pawsitivefeelings.com

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Liza   Grand Bay-Westfield, NB

3/23/2009 1:27:55 PM

Great info! My dog doesn't have arthritis but he melts when I take the time to massage him.

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julie   lewiston, ME

3/23/2009 7:10:35 AM

thanks for the great tips.

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Anna   Maple Grove, MN

3/23/2009 6:56:23 AM

Great article! I learned alot that I will have to try on my dog. :)

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Danielle   Bartlesville, OK

9/25/2008 7:28:37 PM

interesting

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Donna   Limington, ME

9/25/2008 11:26:57 AM

Thank you for this informative article. I have been massaging my JRT, but haven't been doing all I could have been doing.

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bertha   SAN DIEGO, CA

9/25/2008 7:45:19 AM

thank you, this is the article i was waiting for, my companion started having problems last year and he is been under meds. but with this i can space his meds more. thank you!

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Jane   Amherst, MA

9/25/2008 6:31:41 AM

I'll try this on my neighbors dog!

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Amanda   San Antonio, TX

7/27/2008 7:49:43 AM

These are actually really good tips, I run dog agility with my border collie and I do things similar to these before every run. First I stretch her, then I rub her all over then, I stretch her out one more time. But I would recomend using these tips!!!

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Cheril   Amarillo, TX

7/23/2008 6:16:35 AM

This is good to know ... I'll print this for future reference! Thanks!

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Genete   Santa Maria, CA

7/22/2008 6:41:29 PM

I am a licensed canine medical massage therapist & I teach pet first aid with the Am. Red Cross. This is wonderful to see because I know that in my practice it helps the dogs tremendously!! I love Jean-Pierre's book because it is a great reference tool. Thank you for giving out this useful info.

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Pat   San Angelo, TX

7/22/2008 3:17:36 PM

It's good to know something can be done to ease arthritis pain for our dogs. We love them so much and hate to see them hurt.

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Sue   3 Oaks, MI

7/22/2008 1:47:42 PM

These tips were great! Of course a massage can be beneficial to our canine friends, just like it is to humans!

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IndyDogMom   Indianapolis, IN

7/22/2008 6:50:45 AM

I found it helpful to start doing this on my younger dogs - it helped them get use to the touch/light pressure. I asked my vet before doing this and she said it was a great
idea.

I am thrilled to see Dog Channel posting news articles about alternative treatments for pets - instead of the usual mind set of pushing medicine. Thank you Dog Channel!

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