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

Online Consultation

  • £30

  • Payment Details - required at time of booking please via bank transfer.

In Person - Treatment

  • £45

  • Payment Details - Cash on the day or bank transfer within 3 days please

Learning Content

  • Free or individually priced 

  • Further details here

Locations Covered

  • For In Person Treatments - I cover Frome, Somerset and Woking, Surrey.  I will charge 0.45 per mile on anything further than 12 mile radius.

  • Don't forget - I am happy to treat your dog in my garden therapy room.

Other Useful Information

  • Check your insurance policy - ​As I am a member of International Association of Animal Therapists, you may be able to claim the treatment costs via your policy.

    • Please note it is the owner's responsibility to pay for the treatment.  I can provide an invoice/receipt so you can claim back directly from your insurance company.​

  • Gift Vouchers - Perhaps you have a friend or relative who has a pet and you'd like to give them a gift. Get in touch and I can arrange a gift voucher.

  • I'm regularly at Happy Landings Animal Shelter near Shepton Mallet.  If your pet is having a holiday, let me know and I can help them feel special during their stay.  

"Harriet does absolute wonders with my elderly boy, Chips.  He loves his weekly massages and benefits hugely from them.  He is so relaxed after his session and moves much more freely.
Harriet is wonderful and Chips obviously loves seeing her. I’m so happy that Harriet was recommended to us."  Sarah Lloyd Williams
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Want to know more?
Before booking an appointment, I understand you may want to find out more about costs and what happens before, during and after a session and how PhysioMyDog has helped other dogs.
How else can PhysioMyDog Help?
I carried out some research to demonstrate how Physiotherapy can help dogs who have osteoarthritis.  
Useful information if your dog has Osteoarthritis.
Would you like to discuss how PhysioMyDog Can Help Your Dog?  No obligation.