On Saturday October 20th potential clients are very welcome to visit the hydrotherapy centre to see the facilities which could help their dog.
Kirsty Skeates, Head Canine Hydrotherapist said: “We are delighted to be opening a canine hydrotherapy centre in Beverley. It could be the perfect therapy for your dog to ease arthritic pain, get him back to full health after surgery or keep your dog in shape.
“It’s great for aerobic conditioning but low impact on the joints and bones. It’s safe exercise all year round as it’s not affected by outside temperatures.
“Being supported in water means that dogs which have recently undergone surgery or have arthritis means they can move their joints and maintain muscle mass in a pain-free environment. It’s great toning exercise, too, if they need to lose a few pounds.
“Water itself is great for helping to improve a dog’s circulation which in turn increases lymph drainage, ridding the body of toxins and improving the immune system. It also helps your dog’s skin and coat.
“Dogs love playing in water, so hydrotherapy is fun for them. Our therapists all love dogs and water so it’s fun for them, too!”
A new member of the Fit 4 Dogs team is veterinary physiotherapist Mary Holland, AdvCertvPHS.
Mary will be available (by appointment) on Tuesdays 4pm-8pm and Wednesdays 9am-1pm.
The Open Day on Saturday 20th between 10am and 4pm includes a tour of the facilities with Kirsty and Mary on hand to answer your queries and to make bookings.
Twisted Angel brewery will be providing drinks and entertainment. Meanwhile, if you have any queries, do contact 07849 256736 or consult the website: www.fit4dogsuk.com