Canine Hydrotherapy Lincolnshire

Hi, my name is Paula and I have owned dogs all my life.

I qualified in 2012 as a Small Animal Hydrotherapist at the world-renowned Hawksmoor Centre. I continued my training at Hawksmoor to achieve my diploma, and I have continued my training to become a Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner and Fitness Trainer with the University of Tennessee.

I have completed additional training at K9HS, Animal Rehabilitation and Health Academy.

I have completed my DSc in Canine Rehabilitation and I’m also completing my training in Canine Osteopathy at the London College of Animal Osteopathy.

Why Choose Us?
  • We provide flexible and effective treatments for the pets you love in a safe and relaxing environment.

  • Your pet will receive one-to-one care from a fully qualified hydrotherapist rehabilitation practitioner and fitness trainer.

  • All dogs wear a life jacket or harness and we have a hoist system for dogs which are unable to manage the ramp into the hydrotherapy pool.

  • We use motivational techniques to ensure sessions are also fun for your pet while they receive quality treatments.

  • Our pool is 4m x 2m and 1m deep so we are able to swim even larger dogs comfortably.

  • Our pool is heated to 30 – 31°C to ensure the best therapeutic effect.

  • We have owned dogs of our own for over 30 years and worked in the rescue world.

  • Paula is a fully qualified hydrotherapist with a Diploma in Small Animal Hydrotherapy achieved at the world-renowned Hawksmoor Hydrotherapy and Referral Centre. She also has an honours degree in nursing and is a qualified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner and Fitness Trainer, as well as holding a DSc in Canine Rehabilitation.

  • Paula is a Member of the Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists (IRVAP) – Institute of Canine Hydrotherapists (ICH).