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Q. What areas do you cover?

A. Greater & Central London, Norfolk, Herts, Bucks, Beds. Mileage costs will be incurred over 20 miles from HP5 (calculated by Google Maps) at 45p per mile. I come to livery yards / riding schools and offer home visits to see your dog in the comfort of a stress-free environment. Please note I can travel further for group bookings.

Q. What methods of payment do you accept?

A. Cash, BACS or PayPal. Invoices are available on request.

Q. How do I know if my horse or dog needs a massage?

A. Your horse or dog may try to communicate to you that (s)he is in some element of pain or discomfort by a change in his/her behaviour or way of going. Just like us, horses and dogs are greatly susceptible to varying degrees of muscular stress in all aspects of their life. Regular massage can help to keep them as happy and stress-free as possible and help with rehabilitation needs. If your horse or dog has a diagnosed long-term condition, such as arthritis, massage therapy is essential for their wellbeing and ongoing management.

Q. How will veterinary consent be gained?

A. Either verbal or written consent is acceptable. Either you or I can speak with your vet directly. You will also need to complete a consent form.

Q. Why do you need to look at my animal's tack?

A. If your horse is ridden, an ill-fitting bridle or saddle can be a contributing factor to the development of muscular stress. The same applies to your dog and their collar or harness. If this is the case appropriate advice and recommendation will be given as necessary.

Q. What changes will I see?

A. Amazing ones!

The power of massage will influence your horse's and dog's physical and psychological well-being; (s)he will be more free and supple in his movement and the bond between you will strengthen. It may take a few sessions for certain changes to occur depending on the degree of muscular stress and tension detected and what treatment is required - but it will be worth it.

Q. How much notice do you need for cancellation?

A. If you are unable to keep your appointment, please give as much notice as possible. Less than 24 hours notice will incur 100% of fee. 24 - 48 hours notice will incur 50% of fee.

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