Pricing and services

Once we evaluate your pet, study their gait, and review thermal images. We will recommend a long or short term treatment plan. Comforting K9s uses advanced muscle manipulation and injury rehabilitation techniques that can dramatically improve your dog’s muscular condition and gait. This is not a ‘Spa massage’ for relaxation, but a series of techniques used to identify and treat soft tissue injuries.

Services are $60.00, $70.00, or $80.00 depending on the maintenance plan selected. Sessions will last 30-45 minutes and can incorporate several different techniques. Your initial visit will consist of a one time $20.00 consultation fee and $50.00 for thermal imaging. Your images will be discussed on your second visit.

We periodically recommend additional thermal images to monitor progression. Note that we are serving Broward and Palm Beach Counties. Additional fees may apply for clients outside servicing area.


First Initial visit


Visit includes



**Digital Thermal Imaging**


**Gait analysis**


Maintenance plans are highly recommended for postoperative, show, agility sports competition, & seniors! 

Monthly maintenance plan visits

(Includes 1 full bodywork session)

$80.00 (Bundle with laser for $90.00)

Monthly plan visits applies after your initial visit

Semi-monthly maintenance plan visits

(Includes 1 full bodywork session)

$70.00 (Bundle with laser for $80.00)

Semi-monthly plan visits applies after your initial visit

Weekly maintenance plan visits

Highly recommended for seniors

(Includes 1 full bodywork session)

$60.00 (Bundle with laser for $70.00)

Weekly plan visits applies after your initial visit

Add-ons to manual therapy sessions or solo treatment

Laser therapy


Red light therapy


Thermal heat therapy


Digital thermal images


TENS or EMS treatments

TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) 


EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation)


  • Deep tissue
  • Pediatric
  • Acupressure
  • Myofascial trigger point release
  • Manual Lymphatic drainage
  • Gait analysis
  • Arthritis pain management
  • Thermal heat treatment
  • TENS treatment (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation)

  • Sports massage
  • PROM (Passive Range of Motion) exercises
  • Medical massage
  • Digital Thermal Imaging
  • Stretching exercises
  • Low Level Light Therapy
  • Laser Therapy 
  • EMS treatment (Electric Muscle Stimulation) 

**Note that my primary concern will always be about the safety of my patients. A canine medical massage, bodywork, and laser therapy is not a substitute for veterinary care. If your dog has serious medical issues. Please consult with your veterinarian before  contacting Comfortingk9s**