My name is Jayne Strange, Canine Massage Therapist & Canine Conditioning Coach, owner of K9 Bodycare.

I am fun-loving and sometimes a little bit crazy, obviously when I am not working! I love wandering around in forests and on beaches with my fun-loving springer (who I must admit doesn’t have a wander in him) and my bouncy, beautiful Labrador.

My passion has always been dogs. I have been lucky enough to win the UK Enterprise Awards for “Best Canine Massage Service” & North Notts Businesswomen Awards “Professional Service Sector Award for the work I do with dogs.

I Work with dogs of all ages, breeds, and temperaments. Pet dogs from puppies to senior, sporting & working dogs from champions to those just starting out. Taking a holistic approach with your dog, means I consider your dog’s whole body, their environment & lifestyle which allows me to provide advice, guidance, and support for you and your dog – giving the best possible results

My Studio in Carburton provides a safe and nurturing environment for both dog and owner to relax in and allows me to really get to know and understand my clients.

I trained with the Canine Massage Therapy Centre on the Clinical Canine Massage Practitioner Program. Studying Canine Anatomy & Physiology, Direct & Indirect Myofascial Release, Remedial Sports Massage, Deep Tissue & Swedish Massage & the Lenton Method; a set of direct Myofascial release protocols designed specifically to suit the dog’s anatomy and to ensure that I can provide the best, most current treatment options for your dogs & with the Canine Conditioning Academy on the CCA Instructor course A research-based, scientifically proven exercise and stretching training program, that has been designed to develop your dog’s core strength. Training your dog’s flexibility, balance, and coordination improves their movement and performance in both everyday life and sports. Concentrating on the correct form leads to the correct function.

As a Canine Therapy Practitioner & Canine Conditioning Coach, the joy I get from seeing the positive results that appropriate treatment & training can provide to dogs is immeasurable and makes every working day a genuine pleasure.

A member of IAAT (International Association of Animal Therapists) and the Canine Conditioning Academy. My professional membership, training and credentials may be checked by visiting IAAT and CCA.

Canine Massage & Canine Conditioning is not and does not replace any veterinary care; it works in conjunction with your veterinarian to offer your dog the ultimate in health care.