Lulu (above), Julia's first retired greyhound, was her inspiration for becoming a Canine Myofunctional Therapist. Lulu suffered from a sore back and a lack of confidence so Julia wanted to be able to do something to help her much loved girl. Sadly Lulu passed away shortly after Julia enrolled in the course with the National College of Traditional Medicine, but her memory gave her the motivation to continue to study and help other dogs professionally. Now, through Completely Canine, dogs of all shapes and sizes are enjoying massage therapy.
So when your dog needs that little extra care and attention, call Julia Anderson at Completely Canine.
With veterinary nursing experience and the proud owner of several rescue dogs, she has a natural affinity with animals. Whilst Greyhounds and Whippets are her love, Julia is especially devoted to helping dogs of all breed and age enjoy life to the fullest and (re)discover their vitality. She believes that dogs nurture our souls and massage therapy is a way of paying that back.
Studying a Certificate in Canine Myofunctional Therapy through the National College of Traditional Medicine (NCTM), Julia prides herself on unequaled service standards and professionalism. Julia is also a member of the Small Animal & Equine Naturopathic Association (SAENA)