Our dogs are a part of our family which makes their health and well-being important to us. With that in mind we offer a variety of services that focus on improving and keeping our dogs feeling their best.

These services are great for growing puppies, slowing seniors, active adults or helping our furry friend adjust to a boarding stay while you are away.

All of our Wellness Services are by appointment only.
Please call our store at 440-708-1364 for more information or to request an appointment.

These services are not a substitute for veterinary care but when paired with conventional medicine may help enhance the recovery process.
Meet our Specialists
All About Dogs - Jill

Jill Marie Golgosky

Bachelor of Science & Zoology
Registered Vet Tech
Certified Rehabilitation Practitioner
Certified Animal Acupressure Practitioner

Jll is a registered veterinary technician certified in small animal and equine acupressure and canine rehabilitation. She has been working in the animal field for over 25 years. She started her Acu-Wellness business to provide animals with a balance of health and wellness through acupressure and holistic therapies. She will work closely with you and your canine or equine companion to create a tailored plan for them.

All About Dogs - Pam

Pamela Ginther Perry

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


Massage and acupressure sessions can provide balance to any canine; young, old or recovering from an injury. These services help by improving flexibility, mobility and reducing muscle spasms and stiffness. It also helps to strengthen tendons/ligaments, joints and bones. It can help build the immune system to resolve or prevent illness. Each acupressure session includes massage, acupressure and low impact exercises all individualized to your dog’s needs.

Acupressure is a traditional Chinese medicine technique based on the principles of acupuncture. In acupressure, the application of pressure is used on specific points of the body to release blockages and help promote healing and reduce pain.

Service provided by: Jill Marie Golgosky
$35.50 for 30 minutes, $1.50 each additional minute

Canine Massage

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.

Canine Massage Benefits – PDF

Service provided by: Pamela Ginther Perry
$30.50 for 30 minutes, $1.50 each additional minute


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 the energy is low or blocked it may cause us to feel stressed or ill. Reiki is an ideal complementary therapy for pets because it is gentle, painless, non-invasive and stress-free. Reiki can go to the source of the problem, be it mental or physical, even when the source is unknown to us. Reiki is a great choice for animals because they do not need to be restrained or confined. A treatment can 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 Benefits – PDF
Benefits of Reiki as experieced by Dr. Kristin West of Midwest Veterinary Hospital.

Service provided by: Pamela Ginther Perry
$30.50 for 30 minutes, $1.50 each additional minute

Senior Wellness

This session is directed towards the senior dog experiencing stiffness, pain, decreased mobility or any age-related issues. We use a combination of rehabilitation, massage and acupressure. Rehabilitation will focus on low impact therapeutic exercises involving equipment such as balance discs , foam pads, wobble board and cavalettis to increase mobility, flexibility and strength. Massage will increase circulation and lymphatic drainage, relieve muscle spasm/trigger points, and increase flexibility. Acupressure improves mobility, flexibility, strengthens tendons/ligaments, joints and bones and builds the immune system to resolve or prevent illness bringing overall balance within the body.

Service provided by: Jill Marie Golgosky
$50.50 for 45 minutes, $1.50 each additional minute