Treating the Four-Legged Client

Most female dogs are spayed and many more dogs have abdominal surgery for one reason or another. These dogs are in need of the services of a Canine Bodyworker! In this session Susan will introduce you to some basic techniques on what you can do to help these canine clients. Finding clients WHEN they need you is invaluable and Susan will share her valuable knowledge on where and how to reach these clients.

Susan Sutcliffe
With research and innovative adaptations of advanced therapeutic techniques, Susan has become a pioneer in the field of Canine Bodywork. She has helped top ranking canine athletes to have successful athletic careers in agility. She serves some amazing canines, allowing their return to competition and winning national championships after typical career ending injuries. These dogs, including several national champions and international competitors, have had healthy sports careers and retirement years. The demand for Susan Sutcliffe as the Canine Bodyworker has led to her exclusively working with dogs.
Website:
http://www.caninebodyworker.com/

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