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About Me

PhysioMy.Dog - Holistic Animal/Veterinary Physiotherapy & Other Hands on Therapies for your Dog

I'm Harriet Kitcat and live in the fabulous town of Frome, Somerset with my partner Steve and our gorgeous rescue Golden Retriever Baxter.  We feel so lucky to live in such a beautiful part of the world.  I've always been a huge animal lover, growing up with dogs and puppy walking for Guide Dogs for the Blind.


In 2013 our boy Jenson joined us, crossing the rainbow bridge too soon in 2018, but what a legacy he left.  He changed our lives and my career forever.  He was motivation to start PhysioMy.Dog and he along with Baxter inspire me everyday to help dogs move and feel better.


I'm a big believer more than one therapy can help and I take a holistic approach.  During each treatment, I will incorporate the most appropriate therapies, personalising each session and treatment plan to suits your dog's needs.

I'm passionate about empowering owners to learn more about the numerous things they can do themselves to help their dog.  Please visit my Resources page for further information.


I look forward to helping your dog feel and move better.  Can’t wait to hear from you! x

Training & Qualifications - Qualified, Accredited & Insured 

Ongoing Training/Continued Professional Development

I attend regular training courses throughout each year to stay in touch with the latest skills and knowledge.  Below are some of those I've attended and enjoyed!

Animal Acupressure

Canine Biomechanics

Canine Rehabilitation & Strengthening 

Dog Body Language & Training Workshop

Dog Reactivity Behaviour Course

Dog Dissection

Myofascial Release

Tellington Touch for Canine Therapists

Wound Healing & Canine First Aid


I’m proud to be a member of the following:-


Association of Merishia Therapists -  Merishia therapists have completed a nationally recognised training programme, adhere to the Veterinary Act and our own rigorous code of conduct and are committed to continuous professional development to ensure your horse or dog receives the best possible care.

International Association of Animal Therapists - IAAT therapists have completed recognised and thorough training programmes, are fully insured, adhere to the Veterinary Act and are committed to continuous professional development.

Our Gotcha Moment with Baxter

 PM.D's Founding Member - Jenson