All About Dogs Wellness Services

  • All About Dogs Walks in the Park

    Park Walks

    Service Includes:

    • Taxi Ride to and from Auburn Community Park
    • A 30 minute walk on the trails.
    • Time to enjoy the sights and smells of the woods and fields along the way.
    • A trained All About Dogs staff member will be your dog's guide.
    • A fitted harness to ensure comfort and safety.
    • An email report detailing the walk.

     

    $30 per walk (Multi-dog family discount available.)

    Dogs must pass a free evaluation to participate.
    All participants must sign our walking service agreement.
    All walks are weather permitting and staff availability.

  • Canine Massage - Benefits PDF Version

    The origins of using massage on animals dates back to ancient times.  Massage is a form of alternative therapy that uses touch to release tension, reduce pain, improve flexibility, flush toxins and move fresh blood and nutrients into the muscles.

    Massage can be offered for rehabilitation, competition and relaxation.  It can maintain or improve both physical and emotional well-being.  Massage is appropriate for dogs of all ages including; growing puppies, active adults, recent rescues and slow seniors.

    Canine Massage is not a substitute for veterinary care but when paired with conventional medicine it may help enhance the recovery process.

    Pamela Ginther Perry
    Certified Canine Massage Practitioner
    Certified Usui / Holy Fire II Karuna® Reiki Master

    $25 per 30 minute session ($1 each additional minute)
    Sessions are available by appointment either at our facility or in your home**.

    For more information or to schedule an appointment please call (440) 708-1364 or email Pam@AllAboutDogsLLC.com.
    **Travel charges may apply.

  • All About Dogs Canine Massage & Reiki

    Reiki - Benefits PDF Version

    Reiki is a Japanese technique used for stress reduction and relaxation that can also promote healing. It is based on the idea there is a 'universal energy' that runs through us. When this energy is low or is blocked from flowing freely through our body it may cause us to feel stressed or ill and when it is high we feel happy and healthy. This same theory applies to our pets.Reiki is an ideal complementary therapy because it is gentle, painless, non-invasive and stress-free. It is always safe and comfortable and can never do harm. Reiki goes to the source of the problem, be it mental or physical, even when the source is unknown.

    Reiki is a great choice for animals because they do not need to be restrained or confined when receiving a treatment. A treatment can also be given either hands-on or from a distance giving the animal the opportunity to be an active participant in the healing process. The ability to receive Reiki from a distance is ideal for those dogs who are shy or nervous and need help building a trusting relationship with people.

    Reiki is not a substitute for veterinary care but when paired with conventional medicine it may help enhance the recovery process.

    Pamela Ginther Perry
    Certified Canine Massage Practitioner
    Certified Usui / Holy Fire II Karuna® Reiki Master

    The benefits of Reiki as experienced by local vet Dr. Kristin West of Midwest Veterinary Hospital.

    $25 per 30 minute session ($1 each additional minute)
    Sessions are available by appointment either at our facility or in your home**.

    For more information or to schedule an appointment please call (440) 708-1364 or email Pam@AllAboutDogsLLC.com.
    **Travel charges may apply.