Welcome to Doggy Dips Canine Hydrotherapy Centre
Your Pet’s Health is in Good Hands
Doggy Dips was founded in 2011 to provide your favourite companion with caring and professional hydrotherapy treatment. At Doggy Dips, your pet’s health is our number one priority. The centre is registered with NARCH (National Association of Registered Canine Hydrotherapists) and will be covered by major pet insurance companies (subject to their terms and conditions). Doggy Dips offers a large pool, which allows us to swim any breed or size of dog. The water is constantly heated to 29ºC and is quality tested 3 times per day and biologically tested on a monthly basis to ensure the safety of your Dog.
Meet The Team
I gained my Level 3 Certificate in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals (ABC) qualification in June 2017. I am now a Registered Canine Hydrotherapist (RCH)
I have a diploma in Animal Psychology, and my Level 3 Certificate in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals (ABC) qualification - Registered Canine Hydrotherapist (RCH)
I recently completed my OCNLR Level 3 Certificate in Canine Hydrotherapy and I will shortly become a Registered Canine Hydrotherapist (RCH)
The Best Care Possible
Fully Assisted Swim
Fully Assisted swims are for dogs that require two hydrotherapists to be in the water. This is required for dogs requiring rehabilitation. The required swim type will be discussed with you at the first swim, which should be completed before your first regular session.
Maintenance swims are for dogs only require a single hydrotherapist to be in the water. Dogs that require two hydrotherapists should book a fully assisted swim instead. The required swim type will be discussed with you at the first swim, which should be completed before your first regular session.
Assess and introduce your dog
An assessment of your dog's condition over a double session to allow your dog to be gently introduced to the pool. Before a first swim can be arranged, a referral must have been completed. We will discuss your goal (rehabilitation, weight loss, confidence) and devise a program to meet these needs.