“I would just like to say that Murphy has used the hydrotherapy facility twice now and has always been extremely well looked after. Both times it was following an injury and we have always felt that the benefits of hydrotherapy have certainly aided him in recovery. Although being a Labrador and having a love of water, he has always been a little hesitant in getting in (maybe because it’s warm and clean!), but the patience, skill and understanding of the staff have made him relax and thoroughly enjoy the experience. I have nothing but praise for it and I’m sure Murphy does too.”
Tracey Blanchard with Murphy the Labrador
“Bentley has greatly benefited from his swim sessions, building muscle up on both back legs. Sharon was superb with him as he is nearly six years old and has never been in water past his ankles before!
The swim sessions are run professionally and safely and the dogs really do enjoy themselves. It has really helped Bentley with his rehabilitation”
Mel and Tash Beattie with Bentley the Labrador
“The purpose of McTimoney Manipulation is to realign and re-balance the body to relieve pain and discomfort, and increase mobility. The McTimony method is very gentle, making it very suitable for animals. The McTimony ’whole body’ approach ensures a balanced body and doesn’t just focus on a single area. Paula is obviously a very experienced animal manipulator, but what makes her special is her personal approach. Paula has a very calming affect on both dog and owner. I am well aware that an owners’ stress will be reflected in the dog. Paula always takes time to listen carefully to me, I feel this is so important as it is only the owner who has close day to day contact with their pet. Throughout the treatments Paula ensured I understood what was going to happen and why, we were able to discuss options and agree the best approach. My dogs are important to me and being closely involved with their treatment is wonderful.
Probably the best recommendation I can give is that I would take any of my dogs to Paula for treatment.”
Margaret Mallett with Jack the crossbreed