Our mission is to prepare and enable people to work safely, effectively, and professionally with dogs, cats, and other small companion animals. We provide a hands-on learning experience in each part of our practitioner training program and a low student-to-instructor ratio that allows for addressing of individual concerns and close observation of each participant’s work.
In order to encourage a wholistic approach and extend the healing horizon, we also sponsor seminars in other modalities including Color Therapy and Homeopathy,
The CATT practitioner training program attracts students from veterinary and animal-related professions as well as human bodywork; animal massage has a wide variety of applications. Principle instructor W. Bruce Bregenzer draws upon that diversity as well as his own knowledge and experience while developing an approach to getting animals to work co-operatively in the massage.