About Us

Where paws are our passion

House of Hound Hydrotherapy

House Of Hound Hydrotherapy began as……

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Meet the Team

See below for the Hounds of Hound Hydrotherapy team. 

Victoria

Director and Lead Hydrotherapist

Victoria is a NARCH registered canine hydrotherapist. She is also a qualified Scent Work UK instructor. Accredited Canine Hoopers UK instructor and Dog Parkour UK instructor. House of Hound regularly runs different workshops and events (please check out our page for details)

Lisa

ACPAT Chartered Physiotherapist, CAT A and runs Canine Fit Clinic from House of Hound Hydrotherapy

Lisa is a specialist in both horse and rider physiotherapy and takes appointments at the centre for horse riders and dog owners. She is qualified in both human and animal physiotherapy and has completed her MSc in Veterinary physiotherapy

Opening Times

page for details) We operate on an appointment basis but are available for hydrotherapy.

Day care hours are by negotiation depending on need.


Monday 09:30 – 5:30

Tuesday 09:30 – 2:30

Wednesday 09:30 – 7:30 (physiotherapy appointments available)

Thursday 09:30 – 2:30

Friday 09:30 – 5:30 (physiotherapy appointments available)

Saturday 09:30 – 3:00

Sunday Closed unless for course

(Closed all bank holidays)


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Frequently asked questions

Most frequent questions and answers

Why do I need consent from my vet?

As a NARCH registered centre we have a code of conduct to abide to.  This is designed to protect the wellbeing of every dog who attends.

Part of that code is to gain the information from your vet to confirm if you dog has any pre existing conditions which we need to know about.  This is to help us tailor each session to the dog’s needs.  This includes fun and fitness clients. In this case, all the form will say is that your dog has no ongoing health concerns and is fit to enter the pool. 

What if my dog doesn’t like water?

As experienced dog handlers, we are aware that many dogs are not keen on water.  In fact many do not even like rain !!

We work with each dog and no session is rushed for them to get into the pool if they are anxious.  We pride ourselves on working at the dogs pace.

This will enable a good relationship with both hydrotherapist and the water if this is done slowly.  Please bare with both us and your dog, it really is for the best to go as slow as necessary.

What if my dog isn't confident or is aggressive?

We work with many reactive dogs.  Generally, these dogs with time and reassurance work well in the setting as they gain confidence.  Each dog is assessed during each session to see what can be done to make them as comfortable as possible.  We always work with owners and listen to their information about the dog, so we can cater as far as possible to what  works best.

Am I allowed to stay during the session?

Of course!  Not only are you allowed to stay, but you are a vital part of the session.  We have found that dogs generally do best when owners are engaged in their activity.  Owners who would like to also enter the pool can. (see T&C’s).

What do I need to bring?

Each owner should bring a towel for the dog, a coat in colder weather, the dog’s lead and harness (if use one) must also remain present until it is time to remove it (as directed by the hydro-therapist)

If owners are entering the pool, we recommend you come ready for the session to save time and bring clothes and a towel to change into after.

What should I do before my session?

Please ensure you allow time to toilet your dog before the session.  We request that you pick up after your dog and dispose in the bin provided just outside the centre.  Please do not feed your dog for 3 hours before and 2 hours after hydrotherapy.