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The Hunter Massage Method was developed for humans but was later discovered to be extremely effective for man’s best friend, as well. This advanced massage protocol for dogs is different than traditional massage in that it changes muscle memory, giving lasting, significant relief to many symptoms and conditions that commonly afflict dogs

What Does Hunter Dog Massage Help?

Professional dog massage is an important element of a complete wellness program for your dog and integrates readily with all forms of canine health care, complementing veterinary and other wellness efforts on your part. Whether you have an elderly dog, an athlete, a show dog, or simply a beloved canine companion, Hunter Dog Massage restores, maintains, and enhances your dog’s overall well being.

Helps:

  • Chronic Pain
  • Hip & Knee Issues
  • Holding Paw while Walking
  • Difficulty Jumping
  • Behavioral Change

Benefits:

  • Aids in healing after surgery
  • Improves range of motion
  • Increases circulation
  • Supports behavior training
  • Improves lymphatic drainage
  • Limping
  • Difficulty Lifting Head
  • Inflammation in Aging Dogs
  • Shaking
  • Eases joint and muscle pain
  • Reduces swelling/edema
  • Aids in recovery from exercise
  • Helps to balance contracted muscles that contribute to hip dysplasia and cellular issues

The Hunter Dog Massage Team

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Cindy Compton

Cindy Compton grew up in New Jersey and Northern California.  She has lived so long in Florida though some might consider her a native. She graduated with honors from Florida Atlantic University and is a licensed cosmetologist working at Roots Hair Studio in addition to being a Hunter Dog Massage practitioner. Cindy has known Stephanie Hunter for 20+ years both personally and professionally.  She was invited to participate in the dog treatment program because of her love of dogs, healing touch and intuitive nature.

Cindy is a lifelong dog parent particularly to those in need. She is currently mommy to Noah a 5-year-old German Shepard/Shiba Inu mix she rescued from the Humane Society.  One of their favorite times together is visiting the dog beach in Jupiter. She is thrilled to be able to have two careers that she loves especially the time she gets to spend helping doggies.  She has received positive feedback from her clients both human and canine.  She is thrilled to provide an alternative therapy to alleviate pain and suffering.

Call: 561-747-8700 to schedule your dog’s massage with Cindy today!

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Jason Waters

Jason Waters grew up on a small farm in Wellington Florida. His true passion in life has always been to help animals and be the voice for the voiceless. Before joining the Hunter Massage team, Jason himself was a client of Stephanie Hunter. He was hopeless that he would never find relief and mobility again after having a metal plate fused into his neck. In only one session he saw tremendous improvement. After his first hand experience, Jason dedicated himself to learning the Hunter Massage Method for dogs so that he could find a career that revolves around his passion. Jason has an especially soft spot in his heart for elderly and abused animals. In his spare time, he enjoys being at home with his two dogs and two cats snuggled up on the couch watching movies. He is also a dieheart Florida State Seminole football fan and goes to as many country music concert as he possibly can.

Call: 561-747-8700 to schedule your dog’s massage with Jason today!

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Sheila Tefft

Sheila came to south Florida in 1982 from New England (Rhode Island to be exact). After living in Vero Beach and Ft. Lauderdale, she settled here on the Treasure Coast in the Stuart/ Palm City area, where she has been for over 20 years. Prior to becoming certified in dog massage by Stephanie Hunter she has been working for herself doing intuitive energy work for pets and people. Having come to the clinic for knee and back issues of her own and finding great relief she was a believer. She had even joked with Stephanie about doing massage on some of her dog clients. Months later an invitation came that Stephanie was going to teach a handful of people The Hunter Method for dogs! How exciting, being that Sheilas energy work is geared toward pets and animals. It felt like a perfect fit, and so began her journey further helping dogs in yet another extraordinary way.

 

Call: 561-747-8700 to schedule your dog’s massage with Sheila today!

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Elizabeth Ditchkus

Call: 561-747-8700 to schedule your dog’s massage with Elizabeth today!

We Come to You!

The Hunter Dog Massage Team is made up of Certified Hunter Massage Dog Practitioners who have experience in treating a wide range of canine symptoms and conditions with our innovative massage protocol. Additionally, we are all dog lover’s who put your dog’s needs first.

Jupiter

Tequesta

Hobe Sound

Stuart

Palm City

Palm Beach Gardens

North Palm Beach

Palm Beach

Wellington

Tell Us About Your Dog

Tell us about your dog  to see if he/she is right for Hunter Massage. Or, call us at: 561-747-8700.

We’d love to hear all about your best friend.

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