Tuesday, 11 December 2018

Therapy for dogs

CANINE hydrotherapy is a type of non weight-bearing therapeutic exercise carried out in warm water. It helps dogs recover from

CANINE hydrotherapy is a type of non weight-bearing therapeutic exercise carried out in warm water. It helps dogs recover from surgery or injury and improves conditions such as cruciate ligament damage, hip and elbow dysplasia and arthritis. Research shows that hydrotherapy can dramatically improve recovery time, and in some cases mitigate the need for surgery altogether.

Hydrotherapy can also be used to strengthen muscles, improve fitness and reduce obesity. It is very popular among competitive agility and flyball teams due to the intense conditioning that it can provide.

Doggy Dips is a purpose-built hydrotherapy centre in Sonning Common accredited by the National Association of Registered Canine Hydrotherapists, which means they follow strict guidelines to give customers the best possible service and care. The centre is recognised by most pet insurance companies and the qualified and experienced team of registered hydrotherapists work closely with local vets. Doggy Dips also offers doggy day care and a dog grooming service.

Visit their website www.doggydips.co.uk, find them on Facebook or call 0118 972 4849 to find out more.

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