PHOENIX (AP) Spa treatments don't stop with people. You won't see any aromatherapy candles around, but animals get massages, too, and it's become a regular service that many pet owners value as more than just glorified petting.
"People call me because their dogs are having problems," said Shelah Barr, a San Francisco dog massage therapist. "The work I do is important for animals so they have a high quality of life."
In this Nov. 6, 2014 photo, Shelah Barr of Happy Hounds Massage, center, gives a massage to Dewie