About K9 in Motion Wellness

 I would like to introduce myself, and give you a little bit of my background experience. My name is Karen Kearney.

I am the owner of K9 in Motion Wellness.  I started this business in 2016. 

*Graduate of the Royal Canadian College Canine Massage Therapy Certification program (January 2016). 

*Graduate for the Canine Hydrotherapy Practitioner program from Canine Ripples. (June 2017). 

*Hold an Animal Care Specialist Diploma from Universal Career Institute. (1994).

*Currently continuing my certifications in Canine Neuro-Myofascial Release Technique, Canine Fitness Rehabilitation

* Pet Bereavement Counsellor Diploma

*Respiratory Disease Management Master Class (June 20, 2022) Trudell Animal Heath

*Canine Communication Certificate
*Animal Reiki  Level 1 Certification

*Trigger Points in Dogs Certification

*Graduate from the Durham College Animal Care program. (June 2016-Highest Honors).

*Graduated from the  Forestry Wildlife Conservation from Ashworth College. (July 2017). 

*Worked with specialized K9 Security dogs (Drug/Bomb/Compound/Prison dogs) from 1998-2000.

* Agent for the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals from 1996-1998 in the Temiskaming/New Liskeard district of Ontario. 

*Certified Pet First Aid Instructor for Emergency Medical Consultants. (ECSI)

*Completed Ultrasound course for Canine Pregnancies through Pet Tech Solutions April 2019.

I am a Lead instructor for Pet First Aid & disaster planning. (Contact me to book your spot, or book your group. Saving lives of pets one paw at a time.)

I have chosen this career because I love the contact bond working with animals. I too have experienced a pet with mobility issues as like other pet owners. One of my dogs suddenly stopped walking at age 10 and when taken to a local vet I was told she would never walk again and to have her euthanized.  With the help of Animal Chiropractic and Canine Massage, she was up and walking, swimming, and playing around. She exhibited signs of Degenerative Myelopathy, criss-crossing of her back legs, knuckling, loss of balance and limited mobility. The Vet diagnosed her with DM. I understand the struggles, costs, and the dedication to helping her to live a good life. She had an extra 5 years with the family. (RIP Ciera.) We continue to adopt other animals into our family. we recently rescued a German Shepherd/Bernese mixed male at 5 months.  Bear also needed special medical needs and thrived with Animal Chiropractic, Canine Massage,  Canine Hydrotherapy , Exercise program services.  It is my passion to help those to have a better life. We work with you and your vet to help your pets, with the help of these services.

Welcome to K9 in Motion Wellness.

Karen Kearney CCMT/CCH

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