Dogs are just like people; during their lifetimes, they will experience bumps and bruises, injuries, or serious trauma. Sometimes, after such injuries are treated and healed by a veterinarian, your dog may continue to experience residual negative effects. These effects can be incorrect posture and movement, or a decrease in muscle flexibility. Eventually, these negative effects can accumulate to cause a noticeable decline in your dog’s overall well-being, energy, and zest for life.
The Lang Institute for Canine Massage, home of the Lang System, is a teaching establishment founded with one mission in mind:
To provide our students with the most professional training available in canine massage. This training enables you to work independently, or side-by-side, with veterinarians and other canine professionals, as well as provides you with the knowledge needed to meet the needs of each canine client. Additionally, you will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to know when to refer to other canine professionals.
We strive for excellence in the training we offer our students. We provide the tools and the training to help our graduates excel in the field of canine massage. And we encourage our students to always keep learning after they have completed our program.