Canine Massage Therapy,
& Core Conditioning
“You’ve taken the first step towards your dog living a longer, healthier, happier life”
Born to Run
Angela Day set up Born to Run to help the dogs of Suffolk, Essex and Norfolk live their best life!
Based in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, Angela successfully helps dogs by relieving the pain of orthopaedic conditions like arthritis and hip dysplasia with canine massage therapy and Canine Massage Therapy Centre licensed massage workshops.
But that’s not all!
Angela re-builds and develops your dogs muscle safely with targeted CCA core conditioning programmes and teaches you how to pinpoint commonly missed PRE-PAIN signals, helping your dog avoid injury!
Backed up by science and evidence
Canine Massage Therapy & Core Conditioning
Proven, visible, measurable, real!
No matter what your dog’s ability Angela has a solution for you.
Make it happen!
Find out how Angela can help your dog.
Book a free 15-minute Zoom call.
Born to Run, Massage Therapy, Core Conditioning Classes & Massage Workshops for the dogs of Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich, Haverhill, Newmarket, Thetford, Colchester, Stowmarket, Diss.
Not in these areas? Don’t worry we are also online!
How Can Massage Therapy for Dogs Help?
Perci the canicross dog was lame. His vets couldn’t find the cause.
During treatment, I discovered Perci had an unusual problem with his foot.
Once I’d resolved this for him he hasn’t limped since.
“After just one session his limp went completely.”
Bex & Perci
Canine Massage helps with
- Hip Dysplasia
- Elbow Dysplasia
- Luxating Patella
- Cruciate Injury
- Performance issues
Clinical Canine Massage is natural and non-invasive. Just perfect for NSAID intolerants!
- Provides natural pain relief
- Keeps muscles and joints healthy
- Restores balance and sense of calm
- Keeps your dog moving
- Reduces stiffness
- Keeps the canine athlete at the top of their game
Your dog will move better, feel better, be happier, and in less or no pain.
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Can Core Conditioning Help Your Dog?
This is Chewy, a young rescue dog.
Chewys Mum wanted to get him Agility ready and so joined my 8-week foundation class.
She worked incredibly hard – this class was through the winter. The rain did not stop this determined lady from helping her boy.
“The results are phenomenal!”
Core Conditioning Helps To Address
- Arching of the Back (Roaching)
- Dipping of the back in the Middle (Swayback)
- Lack of Flexibility
- Postural issues
- Clumsy or Poor Foot Placement
- Uneven Movement (Gait)
- Flagging Energy Levels
CCA Core Conditioning exercises are slow, controlled, and low impact. Your dog will:-
- be fitter, faster, stronger
- be more flexible
- look more physically balanced
- have more energy
- move better
- stand better
- have better foot placement
Your dog will move better, feel better, be happier, and be better equipped to avoid injury.
Learn More About Core Conditioning
Muscular Health Check
Check for muscular issues BEFORE they become a painful problem.
Book a health check at my Clinic in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
At just £5.00 if you decide to book a treatment this is deducted from your first appointment.
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