Canine Kneads Animal Massage is a Gallatin Valley mobile service created by Courtney Collins, a certified and insured small animal massage practitioner who provides rehabilitation and relaxation massage therapies for dogs. Understanding the importance of your pet’s comfort, she provides her services in the comfort of your pet’s own home, at a location of your choice, or at the Gallatin Veterinary Hospital. See photo of Courtney with 2 of her loved clients.»

Why Canine Massage?

• Sports and other injuries
Surgery Trauma
Kennel & Other Boarding
Aging & Nearing the end of life

All of these cause pain, stress, sleeplessness, lack of appetite, and fatigue with these life events.

Canine massage can help relieve your pet’s distress. It is a gentle and non-invasive therapy that improves muscle function and circulation and provides rejuvenating affects and benefits for many of the body’s systems.

After initially meeting with you, your pet, and your vet, Courtney designs a personalized therapy program based on your pet’s specific needs and circumstances.She approaches each animal’s session with an open mind to create a massage regime for the whole body and applies the appropriate type of massage or technique.

For types of therapies and their benefits, see Services.
Canine massage is designed to reduce muscle fatigue and tension and is not a replacement for veterinary care.