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Anyone looking for hydrotherapy in scotland?

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by dogswim123, Jul 9, 2009.


  1. dogswim123

    dogswim123 PetForums Newbie

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    hi, i run a dog hydrotherapy pool and am looking to see if anyone is intrested. Swimming your dog is great for arthritis, muscle building, stamina building, post and pre operative conditions, back pain, spinal disease, weight loss and just for fun. If you would like to ask any questions or book and appointment dont hesitate to post or call!

    The pool is heated to a constant temperature of between 26-28°C

    There is also a badu jetting system which can increase the intensity of your dogs workout

    The pool is cleaned using a UV filter, sand filter, and bromine as well as manual cleaning

    Bromine and PH levels are checked several times per day

    Prices are £10 per dog and £5 more for every additional dog you bring to the session

    Here is the details,

    55 carlisle road
    cleland
    motherwell
    ML1 5LR
    Tel: 07975624116

    Great location for any one in the central scotland belt area!
    Approximately 15-20mins from glasgow, 30-40 from edinburgh

    Thanks for reading David:)
     
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    emc0304 PetForums Newbie

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    Hi David, I was wondering if you still done the hydrotherapy as I've tried texting you but its not sending ? Thanks
     
  3. shadowmare

    shadowmare The dog doesn't bite, me on the other hand...

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    This thread was posted 6 years ago...
     
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    emc0304 PetForums Newbie

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    I can read
     
  5. Lilylass

    Lilylass PetForums VIP

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    Ouch - not sure if you intended that to be quite as cheeky - why on earth would you not start a new thread asking if anyone had any up to date info instead of resurrecting a 6 year old thread :Woot

    There are sadly very few hydrotherapy pools in Scotland - your best bet is a specialist vets that has their own - downside is that you're likely to have to register with them to use it (which can be an issue if you're happy with your own vets)

    http://www.k9surf.com/main/director...ion_ID={EFBEE093-9AC8-4D24-B5E0-66E368CDE213}
     
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