Holistic Animal/Veterinary Physiotherapy, Massage & Rehabilitation Therapies for your Dog
"I can’t thank Harriet enough for the care and attention given to our 4 year old Labrador Bailey helping her to recuperate after a leg operation for elbow dysplasia." JM, Owner
"Harriet has really helped our old boy Max who has suffered with bad arthritis since undergoing earlier operations for both Cruciate Ligaments in his earlier years. Max seems more engaged since the treatments started and is finding it a lot easier to get off the floor and has also been doing the odd little jog now and then on his walks." JP, Owner
"Harriet has become one Milo's very best friends. He knows she's helped him a lot and his grateful for it! Harriet is very thorough, and really loves dogs!" AD, Owner
"Our 9 year old Springador had become very stiff after 2 cruciate procedures last year and was pretty miserable. Harriet was so caring and knowledgeble in treating him. 3 treatments later and he is back to his old self and we have been given great advice as to what we can do to help him in future. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Harriet. She is very professional yet flexible and has very good communication skills." FM, Owner
"As a sports dog Willow benefits greatly from her muscle management. Harriet's regular physiotherapy visit keep her in tip top condition." MS, Owner
"Patch took to Harriet straight away, put his trust in her gentle and capable hands." KS, Owner
Helping Dogs Feel & Move Better
Reduce Pain & Improve Mobility
Holistic Hands on Therapies for Dogs Animal/Vet Physiotherapy, Canine Massage & more. Further details here.
Areas Covered Frome, Somerset plus Woking, Surrey & surrounding areas.
PhysioMyDog Comes to You! Therapy sessions held in the convenience of your own home, adhering to all Covid guidelines.
Want to know more? Before booking an appointment, I understand you may want to find out more about costs and what happens before/during/after a session & how PhysioMyDog has helped other dogs. You may also want to know how else you can help your own dog.