Hydrotherapy and rehabilitation for dogs

By: The dogchester collection  04/04/2011
Keywords: pet boarding, Dog Nutrition, hydrotherapy for dogs

 I Trained to be a Canine Hydrotherapist at Hawksmoor Training Centre and gained the Level 3 Certificate in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals which is the only nationally accredited qualification in Canine Hydrotherapy in the UK. The Dogchester is currently the only centre in Devon holding this qualification. I have worked in the rescue sector for many years , where I gained a wealth of knowledge and understanding of dogs and their needs. · Courses undertaken: Introduction to Hydrotherapy, Anatomy, Physiology and Clinical Conditions associated with Hydrotherapy, Animal First Aid. Water Management, Principals and practise of hydrotherapy,  Studied at the Animal care collage undertaking Advanced Canine health  Advance canine nutrition. Canine Psychology and behaviour  · 10 years experience in behaviour training, rescue and boarding.  Experience in handling dogs, of different breeds and sizes ·       CHA registered ·  BVNA registered and fully Insured.  Recommended by Vets.   Facilities 5×3 metres pool, (approx 16ft 6ins x 10ft) sanitized with Bromine to human standards. 2 swim jets, resting platform, ramp entry, and electric hoist to lift dogs that cannot walk up the ramp. Hot Spa Working closely alongside your vet to provide your dog an individual hydrotherapy programme. Recreational, fitness and rehabilitation swims with qualified Canine Hydrotherapist. Puppy swimming Obesity clinics. Member of the Canine Hydrotherapy Association. Brand new professional washing and drying facility Burns food stockist. Qualified canine nutritionist Pawtisserie for your dogs treats. BVNA Registered Fully licensed Insured Vet recommended Dog Boarding Dog Training Nutrition advice Hoowlrodds boutique for all your pets accessories.

Keywords: Dog Nutrition, hydrotherapy for dogs, pet boarding, rehabilitation for dogs

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  In conjunction with veterinary treatment Hydrotherapy can improve the quality and rate of healing following surgery and traumatic injury. It can also help with the treatment of medical conditions. Reduced pain, swelling and an anti-inflammatory effect because of hydrostatic pressure which leads to an increased range of movement in water. Non-weight bearing environment that can help reduce pain and swelling following surgery or injury. It enables the dog to move freely in the water increas