• Therapeutic Canine Massage is
    a holistic therapy for dogs

  • Canine Massage helps
    to support orthopaedic issues like
    arthritis and hip dysplasia.

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Keeping your dogs moving with canine massage!

Canine massage is an effective therapy for dogs with mobility issues.  These can include soft tissue injures, like muscle strains (or tears) and orthopaedic conditions like arthritis or hip dysplasia.  It is also an excellent therapy for rehab work and post operative care.

Canine massage is a remedial treatment tailored to the needs of your dog,  to ease any discomfort and improve their mobility and quality of life.

Louise Swindlehurst owner of Worcestershire Canine Massage works with your vet to resolve and support your dogs condition.  Whether its for general well being, sporting or working performance related issues or long term chronic conditions.


Canine Massage For Results you can See and Your Dog can Feel!!



Victoria Stillwell expert contributorLouise Swindlehurst is now an Expert Contributor for Victoria Stilwell's Positively dog training.

You can follow her advice here.

Teejay is and agility dog who has had many different treatments through his life in order to keep him in peak condition for his job.  He is nearly 9 years old and recently has been measuring  his jumps.  Since his treatment I am pleased he has more confidence to stretch out over jumps and has really benefitted from the sessions." 

Teejay, 8 1/2 years old, Border Collie

Canine Massage with Louise Swindlehurst

I am qualified in 3 disciplines in canine massage; swedish, sports and myofascial release. Swedish massage promotes natural good health and relaxes your dogs.  Whilst the sports element is used for injury detection and repair.  Myofascial release frees jammed tissues, relieving pain and discomfort.

These techniques differ from those used on a human as a dogs anatomy is very different to a humans and therefore requires specialist techniques.

Often dogs become old before their time or have to have their sporting or working lives cut short.  Massage can reverse these effects and allow dogs to work, compete and play for longer.

Soft tissue injuries are often difficult for vets to diagnose as they don't show up on scans and x-rays.  Massage releases muscles fibres so that deeper injuries can be felt and treated.

We aim to give your dog results in just 1-3 sessions.

It’s also natural form of pain relief that can help to resolve soft tissue or muscular problems and helps support orthopaedic issues like Arthritis and Hip Dysplasia with tangible results. Just check out our testimonials!

How much does it cost?

Appointments in Tardebigge cost:

Initial consult including gait analysis, posture analysis £45

Follow on’s £40

Appointments at other clinics cost £50 for initial consult and £45 for follow on's.

Free muscular health checks are available at shows and events or by appointment any clinic venue.
Free warm ups and cool downs for existing clients at events.

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After cruciate ligament surgery (TPLO) Oscar was still not weight bearing on his leg.  Louise handled Oscar very well and was good with him.  Oscar liked her very much.  Afterwards he was walking much better on his leg instead of carrying it in the air. 

Oscar, 2 1/2 years old Boxer

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Affordable supplements, formulated to a supreme strength that will provide the maximum possible benefit to your pet.


Sea Treats range of fish based treats are made from natural fresh fish.  They are rich in minerals and essential nutrients and have a range of health benefits for your dog.

Contact details

Worcestershire Canine Massage
Tardebigge Court
Worcestershire B97 6QW

tel:  07764 949706
email:  info@keepdogsmoving.co.uk


About Louise

Louise Swindlehurst is the founder and owner of Worcestershire Canine Massage. She qualified as a Canine Massage Therapist in December 2012 and shortly after began her business and now works   full time as a massage therapist and runs various clinics throughout Worcestershire.

Louise is helps train canine massage and is an assistant tutor to Natalie Lenton on 1 day workshops and on the Therapeutic Canine Massage Diploma course, which she originally studied herself.

Not only is Louise a member of the Canine Massage Guild, but she is the Vice Chair and Social Media Officer.

Louise has a vast experience of working and owning dogs.  She is also a licensed security dog handler for both general purpose dogs and drug detection dogs.

 She is currently studying for a honors degree in Canine behavior.



Louise has also done many courses to continue her professional development.

Diploma in Therapeutic Canine Massage
Level 3 VTCT Sports Massage
Level 3 VTCT Swedish Massage
Level 3 VTCT Taping and Strapping
Level 1 Thai Massage
Reiki Level 1
NASDU level 2 GP
NASDU level 3 Active Drug Detection
NASDU level 3 Passive Drug Detection
HND Computing

Human Massage

Swedish Massage

Enjoy a relaxing massage using techniques to warm and relax muscles. Releasing tension, breaking down trigger points, tightness and areas of muscular pain and stiffness.

Sports Massage

Injury or sports specific massage aimed to rehabilitate injured or tight muscles. Have you pulled a muscle that just does not seem to get better? Are you preparing for an event and need your muscles to be in top condition?

Thai Massage

Stretching and relaxing techniques used in the Thai style of massage. This is perfomed fully dressed, lying on the floor.