Swimming is appropriate for dogs for a variety of reasons, it allows the body to achieve increased
Canine Hydrotherapy, also known as Aquatic Rehabilitation Therapy, is great for dogs recovering from orthopaedic and neurological injuries or surgery, soft tissue or joint injuries and degenerative conditions such as hip dysplasia or elbow dysplasia, muscle weakness, general conditioning and also for dogs who are overweight.
By building muscle mass this not only supports the joint but alleviates the grinding degeneration of the joint.
Increased fitness is achieved without the pounding and jarring of other forms of exercise. This makes Aquatic Rehabilitation
Heated water is used for comfort, relaxation and aid in pain relief. The recommended temperature for dogs pools is 27-30c. We provide buoyancy vests as it assists your dog to keep buoyant in the water with less stress on joints, bones and muscles.