333 Shrewsbury St.
Worcester, MA  01604 
(508) 753-9757 

At Doggone U School of Animal Massage, we not only give you a solid foundation in all areas of small animal massage and equine massage, we treat you as a total human being, nurturing your body, mind, and spirit.

This philosophy, practiced for over 64 years, has made us one of the most respected schools of animal massage in the country.


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COVID Impacts
The health of our students and teachers is our primary concern, while still providing an excellent educational experience that provides the necessary skills to be successful in animal massage. The equine program is taught in open barns, and will continue with necessary precautions. The small animal program is on hiatus until it is safer to gather indoors in groups. Please sign up for our newsletter in the lower left corner to be notified of our next scheduled program. Check our events page for animal bodywork workshops.
The Bancroft Experience
At the Bancroft School of Massage Therapy, our goal is to help you become a highly skilled massage Practitioner. Through the Bancroft Experience, you'll learn how to listen to clients and build a strong bond with them as you provide the healing touch of.
Certificate Program in Small Animal Massage
Learn how to massage small animals safely and effectively in this 200 hour comprehensive certificate program.
Certificate Program in Equine Massage
Learn how to massage equines safely and effectively in this 200 hour comprehensive certificate program.
National Certification for Animal Massage
The National Board of Certification for Animal Acupressure and Massage was formed with a goal of setting basic standards of training and education for our industry. Graduates from our animal programs are eligible to sit for the exam upon graduation.
Doggone U Interns Massage for Charity
See pictures of Small Animal Massage Program interns practicing their skills at the German Shepherd Rescue of New England's Walk n Wag event, where over $6,000 was raised for rescue efforts!