Dog Massage Tips & Techniques : How to Massage a Dog’s Back Legs

Hi, my name is Mary with
and this time we’re going to look at the back legs. The thing about the back legs and the
hips of course is that this is where a lot of dogs get injured. This is where a lot of
arthritis happens in older dogs, also hip dysplasia in certain animals. If your dog
has hip dysplasia, please make sure it’s okay with your vet before you try massaging, you
don’t want to hurt your dog. In using the back legs, the very first thing you want to
do is your long slow strokes. Oh, you might see your dog stretch in reaction to doing
that and a lot of times their legs will suddenly do that, the dog will pull away from you but
that’s okay. When he pulls away from you, that’s your signal to start doing the sponge,
in and out again, in and out again and go down to the knee. You want to push this leg
up just a little bit, we will talk more about this later.

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8 Responses

  1. Seppuko Oyeah says:

    Im sorry, but that dog needs to exercise, he is way to big to be feeling ok, its close to animal abuse allowing a dog to be that fat.
    Sure, massage is good and prly reqal good since hes carrying all that extra weight, but it wont do anything for his health!

  2. Morbius2271 says:

    They both need to lose weight.

  3. christine kanta says:

    Thank you for captioning your video.
    A Deaf person

  4. Kahleb Federau says:

    Thanks for the sexual incite

  5. svexx says:

    That dog could loose a few pounds:p

  6. GHG - Kaptan Afyon says:

    The dog looks more like a goat

  7. Sydney Rooster says:

    Thank you very much for the tips. Great Video.

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