My name is Nicola Dew and I am a canine massage therapist. I help rehabilitate soft tissue and muscular injuries and I also help to support common orthopaedic conditions such as arthritis and hip dysplasia.

Canine massage is a result’s driven therapy where improvements to a dog’s mobility, activity levels and pain management is often achieved in just 1-3 sessions.

I help a range of dogs from young active sporting dogs recovering from lameness to middle aged dogs that are slowing down and seem old before their time. I work with a lot of senior and arthritic dogs for pain management and those with other orthopaedic and neurological conditions.

Most owners report significant positive changes with their dog following canine massage therapy. These are often improvements seen in mobility, reduced stiffness and coping much better with their injuries or condition or they are generally happier and enjoying their life again.

I have trained for 2 years with the canine massage therapy centre and I am now a member of the professional association, the canine massage guild.

So, if your dog or someone’s you know is slowing down, stiff, lame, in pain, recovering from an operation or generally having problems with their mobility and health then please get in touch!

Nicola Dew, Cruise Control Canine Massage Therapy – Results you can see and your dog can feel!


Cruise Control Canine Massage Veterinary Consent Form

The Veterinary Consent Form needs to be completed by the owner of their dog, and the dog’s vet, before we are able to start treatment. Click here to view our documents page.