At-Home Dog Massage – 30 min Follow Up – Sydney’s St George and Sutherland Shire

After your dog’s first at-home massage, no doubt you saw improvement in your dog’s mobility.

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A big thank you to Kylie for working with Marlie and me. Kylie showed me ways to incorporate exercise into every day life even with a busy household, she was always available to discuss questions or concerns. Thank you again!


- Susannah Marlie's Mum

Freya is a young dog diagnosed with hip arthritis and dysplasia in both hips. She had significant muscle loss and had less energy to move, movement was uncomfortable and she was overweight. Freya has now lost weight, moves easier and her muscle bulk has returned.


- Kirsty Freya's Mum

Thank you for the fabulous exercise program Kylie. I've noticed Simba is happier on stairs, and is walking better too. He loves the exercises and it's great to know they make a difference.


- Tracy Simba's Mum

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A 30 minute at-home dog massage appointment, as a follow up after the Initial Consult.

It’s likely your dog:

  • Walked with less limping
  • Got up and down more smoothly
  • Walked further or had more energy
  • Wagged their tail and cuddled you “Thanks!”

Now let’s keep giving your dog this life-changing treatment!

The benefits of regular dog massage are HUGE

Just as humans with arthritis and joint pain benefit from massage, physiotherapy and gentle exercise, so do arthritic dogs!

Regular physio is critical to keep humans’ and senior dogs’ bodies moving smoothly and without pain. The truth is, it can take a few sessions of massage and specific strength exercises to see the full range of benefits.

Regular massage helps reduce your dog’s pain and their reliance on medication. Not only to give them immediate relief but to improve their quality, and length, of life.

What’s more, vet bills and pain medication for dogs are super expensive! If you can delay or avoid joint-replacement surgery and reduce the amount of pain medication your dog needs, it can save you a lot of money in the long run.

So keep at it regularly, and if possible, without letting your dog relapse into severe pain between visits. Your dog will thank you for it.

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What happens during a follow-up dog massage visit?

I’ve already got to know your dog’s symptoms and recent condition, and we’ve established trust, so now we build on that first experience.

Follow up consults take about 30 minutes. We’ll talk about any changes since last time, then get to work. We start by having a chat about your dog’s arthritis symptoms, limping, pain and current medication.

Just like the first appointment, treatment includes massaging your dog’s sore joints and muscles, plus stretches, range of motion and gentle strengthening exercises.

A follow up dog massage visit is $120 for 30 minutes, which includes the convenience of an at-home visit to homes in Sydney’s Sutherland Shire and St George Shire.

(If your dog is a new patient, an initial consult is 45 minutes and $160 – book here)

Book your dog’s next massage treatment today

Call Kylie on 0417 091 291 today to book your appointment.

I’ll let you know which days I’ll be in your area of Sydney – I currently visit homes in Sutherland Shire and St George Shire.


These are my fluffy babies, Freja on the left and Kiba on the right. They are my world.

As an aged care physio I've treated many cases of arthritis, and the good news is that many concepts can be used for senior dogs with arthritis too.

I believe older dogs deserve to be mobile and pain free.

Strength training for dogs is an under-used tool that can help stop those back legs from going, making your senior dog more comfortable and happier.

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