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First Aid Course for Pet Owners

27 Aug

FIRST AID COURSE FOR PET OWNERS   Learn how to deal with emergencies your pet could encounter, including   Cuts, abrasions & wounds Shock Choking & drowning Bites & stings Poisoning Epileptic fits Fractures Burns & scalds             and more!   Download a booking form here for our first aid for pet owners Spread the word… Download and send this…

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06 Apr

18-hour Canine Swimathon

Support our 18 Hour Canine Swimathon We are planning to hold an 18-hour Canine Swimathon as a charity event here at the pool to raise money and awareness for the Progressive Supranuclear Palst Association who give practical and advisory support for people and families connected with this very debilitating condition. Ruth’s grandmother died of this disease so Ruth is organising…

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23 Feb

DIY Dog Bath

Turn Bath-Time into a Fun-Time with our DIY Dog Bath Are you fed up with the mess and hassle of bathing your dog at home? A DIY Dog Bath is Easy, Convenient and No mess for you… We do all the cleaning up! This is particularly popular for large breeds who seem to like to flood your bathroom whenever they…

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23 Feb

Canine Swimming Programmes

Canine Swimming Programmes at Canine Therapies All Canine Swimming Programmes also greatly enhance your dog’s mental wellbeing! Your dog will fit into one of the following canine swimming programmes. Please contact us to discuss your dog’s requirements. Rehabilitation – A series of combined swim/massage sessions for dogs recovering from recent surgery or injury. These canine swimming programmes allow for a…

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Canine Magnetic Therapy

22 Feb

Can Canine Magnetic Therapy really heal my Dog? In recent years, canine magnetic therapy has gained a large following among some pet owners. It is seen as a safe and simple method of treating various disorders, often producing positive results without side effects or much expense. This type of treatment is often used in conjunction with or to replace other…

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Canine Massage Therapy

22 Feb

Relieve Pain with Canine Massage Therapy Canine Massage Therapy may sound unusual, but most people know the pleasure and relief massage can bring, particularly to relieve aches and pains caused by tense or over-worked muscles. Massage is one of the oldest known techniques for healing, pre-dating orthodox medicine and other complimentary therapies. Canine Massage Therapy is gaining recognition as a…

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Canine Hydrotherapy Pool – Helps Post Surgery Recovery

21 Feb

Canine Hydrotherapy can significantly aid a dog’s healing and recovery rate after surgery or injury, increasing the chance of a successful return to full fitness.. Our Canine Hydrotherapy Centre offers Deep Water Swimming because it is a non-impact form of exercise that your dog can safely engage in to rebuild muscle without exerting any undue pressure on the joints. Swimming…

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Canine Hydrotherapy Information

21 Feb

Canine Hydrotherapy for Health, Rehabilitation & Fitness Canine Therapies is the first dedicated canine hydrotherapy, Massage and Rehabilitation Centre in Lancashire. The centre has good parking facilities and disabled access and is located in the rural setting of Whitestake, on the outskirts of Preston. We welcome All dogs and their owners, no membership is required Canine Hydrotherapy & Swimming Centre…

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Fitness for a Canine Athlete

08 Jul

Agility Athlete Improves Canine Fitness through Specifically Designed Swimming Sessions Fly is a 6 year old Border Collie that has developed a high level of fitness through swimming at Canine Therapies. She originally starting swimming at Canine Therapies as part of her training to be an Agility competitor and to improve Canine Fitness levels. As a competitor Fly is a true canine…

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