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Holly Demonstrates the Benefits of Canine Hydrothe...

Holly’s Case Study and Treatment Plan Holly the Golden Retriever is attending Blossoms Hydrotherapy to relieve the symptoms of Osteoarthritis. When Holly first arrived at Blossoms she had noticeable loss of muscle mass and tone through hind legs with hind limb ataxia. A treatment programme was developed to include measurement of muscle mass to monitor development and assess for signs of compensatory weight bearing....

Blossoms are now Members of the Canine Hydrotherap...

We are pleased to announce that our Animal Hydrotherapy Centre in Woodford, Cheshire now has accredited membership of the Caninne Hydrotherapy Association (CHA) The CHA has been heavily involved in setting benchmark standards for  hydrotherapy in this country and all CHA member centres have a registered practitioner who holds a minimum Level 3 Qualification in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals. Regular audits of the members...

Dog Hydrotherapy – Conditions that Benefit

Dog hydrotherapy and swimming is the ideal for dogs young or old. It provides a activity that is not load bearing and avoids all the stresses and strains of that exercising on solid ground can sometimes bring. Dogs that are suffering from any of the problems listed below can get benefit from supervised swimming activity and controlled dog hydrotherapy. It will aid the strengthening of muscles without risking further...