Animal-massage therapist Claudia Jahraus’s work with dogs was profiled in The Bismarck Tribune this week, and the Bismarck, North Dakota’s work was described in the article as something that helps her clients benefit greatly.

“[6-year-old bichon frise] Loki’s owner, Wendi Holz, said Loki and her other dog, Bailey, have benefited greatly from massage,” the article noted.

“‘I just wanted something for my dogs that would be healthy and good for them,'” she said.

“Loki and Bailey participate in agility and obedience competitions. Since starting massage, Holz said they have both become more focused in competition. She also uses the dogs in pet therapy for humans, and she said the dogs have become much more confident.”

Read the article here.

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