Many dogs have trouble sleeping. Older dogs may have trouble getting comfortable because of tired, sore muscles or even arthritis, while younger, active dogs may be restless from exciting days spent running, playing, or working outside.
When your dog doesn’t sleep well, it might also affect your sleep. There are massage techniques you can use to send your dog off to sleep, offering relaxation and comfort for sore and tired muscles. When you spend time every night massaging your dog, you'll see their sleep improve along with their overall life and mobility in the days following the massage.
Your dog might be overly tired from not sleeping well, or they may be anxious and tense and in need of a good night's sleep. A relaxing massage can help either one of these cases but because of your dog's anxieties or inability to relax, it may take some time for them to get used to a massage that's meant to help them sleep.
If you want to pamper your pup even more, book a Grooming service with a Pet Caregiver near you to treat them to a premium spaw experience!
A massage is one of the best ways to help your dog fall asleep after a long day of strenuous activity or dealing with sore muscles. Set your pup up for a good night's sleep by creating a soothing atmosphere and a giving them a gentle evening massage.
For a full spaw treatment and furbulous makeover, book a Grooming service with a Pet Caregiver near you.
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