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About Us

What is hydrotherapy

Hydrotherapy - Greek for water healing. Hydrotherapy is a zero or low impact exercise. Water has many propeties that can aid healing, the hydrostatic pressure can help reduce swelling and imflammation by improving circulation of oxygenated blood and lymph, removing the toxins back towards the heart to be remove as waste from the body. Therefore will reduce pain and discomfort. The warmth of the water helps the muscles relax making it easier to move the joints and limbs more freely, increasing range of movement and flexiblity The buoyancy of the water will support the whole body making it a zero impact exercise so it is comfortable for sore and painful joints. Viscocity of the water makes it a more intense exercise than moving through air, the movement will create turbulance and resistance to aid restoration of muscle and strength. Improving fitness, mobility and general well being of your pet.

Dedicated to help your pet back to health

We know that your dog, cat or small animal is a big part of your family, and it is a worrying time when they are injured or poorly. We are dedicated to help get your pet back on the road to recovery, help reduce pain and discomfort and improve their quality of life again. All treatments are carried out on a 1 to 1 basis by a fully qualified Hydrotherapist.

Conditions that we can treat

Here are just some of the conditions that we treat -Pre surgical procedures to help bulid muscle, increase oxygenated blood flow and lymph to aid healing post surgery. -Post surgery to restore muscle and range of movement, cardiovascular fitness and general wellbeing -Hip and Elbow dysplasia - Cruciate injuries -Patella Luxation -Arthritis -Spinal injuries -Muscular injuries -Neurological issues -Obesity

Veterinary referral

All animals must have veterinary consent prior to treatment or swimming. This is a legal requirement for all therapists under the veterinary act 1966 and exempt order 2015. This is to ensure that we are aware of any conditions or injuries (past or present) that maybe exacerbated by the treatment, and that the vet is happy that the treatment is suitable for your pet.

Meet Kerry Goring

The owner and Hydrotherapist Kerry has worked in the animal care industry for over 20 years, has had many dogs and various other animals including horses in her lifetime. She has always had a keen interest in rehabilition and help animals back on the road to recovery. " I found out about hydrotherapy after taking my own dog following surgery for patella luxation in 2014, I started working at the pool under supervision soon after that, i then went on to complete my training and qualified in 2016. I then decided that i would open my own pool and pursue my ambition and dream job. I love my job and it is so rewarding when you see a dog that can barely walk recover and bounce around like a puppy again. I am dedicated to provide the best treatment i can for your beloved pet. " K9 Hydrofit opened in August 2018.

Training and qualifications

Fully qualified level 3 certificate in small animal hydrotherapy. 1st aid trained for animals. Attends regular training days to continue personal development and improve knowledge to provide the best treatment possible.

The five freedoms

We endorse the 5 freedoms as much as possible. Freedom from fear and distress Freedom from pain injury and disease Freedom from hunger and thirst Freedom from discomfort Freedom to express most normal behaviours.

Who can attend?

Any dog or small animal can attend as long as we have written veterinary consent.. Your dog doesnt have to be injured or have a condition. Swimming is a fantastic exercise if you have sporting or working dogs, it can help keep them in tip top condition and help prevent injury. Can help improve muscle and performance in the ring for your show dog. Can be used as a different form of exercise for enrichment. Excellent for puppies especially large breeds. Helps build muscle tone to support developing bones and joints without the harsh impact of walking. Help reduce the risk of injury or joint conditions developing in the future It can also build confidence. Most of all it can be fun.

Contacting us

If you have any questions or would like to find out more you can contact us on the details at the bottom of the page or find us on facebook https://www.facebook.com/K9Hydrofit/


Appointments are subject to availablity. We will do our best to accommadate your requirements. To avoid disappointment and to protect other clients privacy, If you would like to come and visit for a chat before bringing your dog for treatment please call first to arrange a suitable time.


  • Parking available
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • By appointment only



Kerry is very good with the dogs and the swimming has been so beneficial for one of my dogs. Everything is explained well and every care is taken to ensure that the dog has a good experience. I ...

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