Past Interview

“How to Massage Your Dog” with Dr. Cindy DiFranco, DVM

Dr. Cindy DiFranco with dogs
Join PetsOnTime as Dr. Cindy DiFranco discusses why canine massage is important to the health of your dog and how you can get started with your own dog even if you’ve never given massages before. You’ll be able to ask her questions, either online or over the phone. Dr. Cindy DiFranco is a veterinarian with 20 years of clinical experience. After extensive work with thousands of top level agility dogs, she has developed a system that consists of various massage techniques proven to relax the dog, increase range of motion, decrease stiffness, improve circulation and provide more rapid elimination of waste products. Other benefits include strengthening the human-canine connection, and possible early detection of health issues.

Upcoming Interviews

Bio

Dr. Cindy DiFranco is a veterinarian with 20 years of clinical experience treating canine soft tissue injuries. She left clinical practice 7 years ago and developed a massage technique to help dogs recover from tissue damage inherent in canine athletes. Dr. DiFranco’s techniques incorporate myofascial release, stretching and distraction—all of which allow for passive re-alignment of the dog’s musculoskeletal system. Cindy has competed at agility’s highest levels for over 10 years and has been a 2-time United States Dog Agility Association National Finalist. She travels internationally teaching individuals how to massage their dogs and is available for private seminars.

“How to Massage Your Dog” with Dr. Cindy DiFranco, DVM
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