What happens in a Canine Bowen Session?

A canine Bowen Session will take place in your own home and can last up to about an hour, including consultation and hands on.

If the dog is nervous or anxious, then the first session may only involve developing the trust of your dog along with a consultation but no hands on initially.

During the treatment session there are short intervals - determined either by the dog or by the therapist - which allow the dog to absorb the information given by the gentle moves, and allow fine adjustments to take place.

Please note that Canine Bowen Technique is complementary to, and not a substitute for veterinary care, and is only available on veterinary referral.

Common conditions treated

Dog allergies | skin conditions | arthritis | muscular sprains and strains | hip and elbow dysplasia and back problems, stress and anxietyRelaxation for rescue and re-homed dogs | Working and Competition dogs | Pre and post op surgery to assist recovery.

There are many other conditions not listed here that Bowen Canine Therapy can assist with,
please contact us to discuss your dogs needs.

Paws for Bowen

Helping your dog enjoy life...

Dawn Pembridge - Canine Bowen Practitioner

07834 769632

Areas covered: Central and West London, Middlesex, Surrey and Berkshire

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