Doggy therapy While going for a drive today, there was a bit on the radio talking about dog therapy. I had heard about pet psychology before, but thought that this was going a bit far. Basically they were referring to the growing popularity of taking your dog to a spa for therapy, which could include a masseuse, aromatherapy and acupuncture. The lady speaking thought (but wasn't certain) that the acupuncture would require the dog to be sedated. This is indicating to me that I am getting old. I don't have a dog (only fish). If I did, pretty sure that I have much better things to spend my money on then a masseuse for the pooch. Thoughts?