Jill Reynolds is certified as a Canine Massage Provider by the Boulder College of Massage Therapy. She teaches classes for the Larimer Humane Society and City of Fort Collins, is a teaching assistant for the Colorado State University Veterinary Hospital’s Medical Massage program, and a teacher at the Boulder College of Massage Therapy. She is the Canine Massage Provider for Search and Rescue Dogs of Colorado, VCA Hospital of Northern Colorado, and the Fort Collins Dog Network, as well as for private clients. She is the director of the Canine Wellness Expo and co-founder of the Fort Collins Dog Network. Jill also has 24 years experience as a teacher and outdoor adventure guide, and is a member of the International Association of Animal Massage & Bodywork. For fun she travels, plays a mean bass guitar, climbs trees, hikes and backpacks, and works with her wonder boy Skid (Australian Shepherd, of course!) as a members of Larimer County Search and Rescue.
To provide professional in-home canine massage as a non-invasive therapy addressing physical, social, and emotional needs of dogs.
To identify and meet wellness goals through collaboration with veterinarians, holistic practitioners and human companions.
To individualize massage sequences needed to achieve muscular balance, vitality and a sense of well-being in each dog.
To honor each dog’s massage preferences and openness to therapeutic touch.
To support human companions in their role as optimal health providers for their dogs.
To work solely within the boundaries, and adhere to the highest ethical and professional standards of canine massage.