The Benefits Of Massage
Our dogs can get stressed, too. Modern life impacts all your family members—even the four-legged ones—and taking time to destress benefits everyone. We made this infographic to understand where you can spend time massaging your dog for the most effect.
It is a great idea to massage your dog in these areas in times of calm so that you can help your dog make a connection between your touch and their body relaxing. Then, when stressful situations arrive for your dog, your touch will immediately calm them.
Spending ten minutes in a quiet place with your best friend will improve your clarity, too. Early detection of potential abnormalities in your body is vital for humans, and it's the same for dogs. Pay particular attention to any area of your dog that feels different than expected, and contact your vet with any questions.