Zen Pebble - A Handheld Pibble Massage Roller Ball


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Similar to how massages can benefit humans, massage therapy can have relaxing, healing and therapeutic effects on your pibble as well. Every pibble needs to experience a massage with the Zen PEBBLE™ at least once.
Zen Pebble - A handheld pibble massage roller ball

The benefits of massaging your pibble with the Zen Pebble™ 😊

  • Feel loved and soothed ✔️
  • Increased bond with you ✔️
  • Relief of pain, anxiety and stress ✔️
  • Reduction of muscle tension ✔️
  • Reduction of tissue swelling ✔️
  • Improvement of circulation ✔️
  • Healing of damaged tissue ✔️
  • Reduction of fibrous adhesions ✔️
  • Improvement of range of motion ✔️

Signs that your pibble needs a massage 😢

  • Not his playful self
  • Acting very needy
  • Acting anxious or nervous
  • Visible muscle spasms
  • Avoiding turning head to one side
  • Difficulty jumping onto things
  • Changes in eating and drinking
  • Changes in sleeping habit
  • Not wanting to go for a walk
  • Favoring one or more legs
  • Uncharacteristically grumpy

There are three Veterinary certified massage techniques that you can perform, using the Zen PEBBLE™, on your sweet pibble: Effleurage, Petrissage, and Compressions.

The Zen PEBBLE™ makes performing these professional techniques, super easy. Make sure to start off with light pressure and add pressure gradually - your pibble will let you know when it's too much. Often times, the pibble will lean into it - letting you know that it feels great and is very soothing.

Zen Pebble - A handheld pibble massage roller ball

Your pet's health and safety are of the utmost importance to us. If you feel that your pet is in distress due to a medical reason, it's very important to have your pet examined by a veterinarian before having them massaged to rule out anything serious and to also see if you should be massaging your pet at all. Please use common sense as well - for example, don't massage your pet on a surgical wound or a mass of any kind that has not yet been diagnosed. If you're unsure, always consult a veterinarian first.

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