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Hello, I'm Sarah McFarlane.

I've always loved dogs, but I struggled when it came to sitting back and watching them in pain every time they injured themselves - I felt helpless to alleviate their suffering.

But it motivated me into learning about Myofunctional Therapy and training to become a Canine Rehabilitation Therapist.

I love that I can now help my dogs, and other dogs, and teach their owners, to take care of their beloved animals.  Because let's face it, dogs just don't live long enough.

Let's make every day the most comfortable, pain-free day of their lives.

My Story

I love dogs and want the best for you and your canine.

That's why I founded Canine Balance - a natural approach to dog health™.

I help busy dog owners develop healthy mobility in their dogs, increasing vitality and longevity.

Whether you have a beloved companion or a sports dog, Canine Balance will provide effective, safe, achievable massage and fitness programs for you and your dog.
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