• Back or limb pain
• Pre and post-operative
• Long term conditions
• Poor mobility
A veterinary referral will be required before canine Bowen can begin. The Bowen technique should be seen as complementary to orthodox veterinary treatments, not as an alternative.
Your dog will be visited in your own home, where it feels more comfortable and relaxed. Gentle rolling moves are made over muscles, tendons, ligaments and soft tissue. Your dog may walk away from the treatment. This normally happens when the dog feels it needs a rest or a break during the treatment.
After treatment your dog may drink more water or sleep more, also it may need a quiet place to rest to allow the body to make adjustments. Most dogs enjoy their treatment; however I would not continue treatment on a dog that didn't enjoy the experience.