Founder of K9 Elements and one of the leading Canine Massage Therapists in Milton Keynes
Located in Milton Keynes and covering Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire, I specialise in providing canine massage to dogs in the comfort of their home. Having successfully completed a two year diploma, mentored by Natalie Lenton, Director of the Canine Massage Therapy Centre, I am able to cover both the theoretical elements and practical application of Therapeutic Canine Massage.
I also hold a monthly clinic serving Newbury & surrounding areas, such as Basingstoke, Reading & Hungerford.
K9 Elements massage services include:
- Canine anatomy and physiology
- Gait and posture analysis
- Advanced palpation skills
- Injury identification
- Advanced canine massage techniques
- Soft tissue manipulation and injury rehabilitation
Services are available to everyone from dog owners and pet owners to dog clubs and pet shops.
As a proud member of the Canine Massage Guild, I am:
- Fully insured
- Dedicated to maintaining & improving my knowledge (Continual Professional Development)
- Committed to working to best practice standards
I am dedicated to providing an affordable and results-driven service for your dog. I will see your dog for up to 3 sessions to resolve the initial problem after which I will refer your pet to a vet should it be necessary. If I find something which I feel massage is not suitable for, I will inform you and refer you back to your vet immediately, so you can rest assured your pet can receive the best treatment available.
As the only therapist in Buckinghamshire to be trained by Natalie Lenton, Director of Canine Massage Therapy, I have gained invaluable experience in various different styles of massage. I offer a variety daytime, evening and weekend appointments to suit your busy schedule.
Me & My Dog
At home, I have an excitable yellow Labrador called Bailey, who loves playing and getting into mischief. He loves dogs and people, especially those with treats!
We attend general obedience classes and then have fun training for both flyball and agility, although we have some way to go before competing. Having treated dogs that compete in both these sports and participated myself, I am fully aware of the potential injuries a dog can sustain and the indications a dog may display.
To improve your dog’s quality of life or to take responsibility for your dog’s health & welfare, contact K9 Elements today on