Cara Canine Physio in North Derbyshire

Please contact me on 07846 024286 or the contact form to discuss how I may be able to help your dog.

Member of IRVAPCara Canine PhysioI am a Canine Physiotherapist in Whaley Bridge, and carry out home visits in a wide surrounding area including Buxton, New Mills, Macclesfield and North Derbyshire.

I am a fully qualified and insured veterinary physiotherapist, with a postgraduate qualification (Advanced Certificate in Veterinary Physiotherapy). I am a full member of The Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists (IRVAP).

I am also a qualified small animal hydrotherapist (Level 3 Certificate in Small Animal Hydrotherapy).

As well as running Cara Canine Physio, I work part-time as a veterinary physiotherapist and hydrotherapist at Carnfield Hall Canine Hydrotherapy and Physiotherapy.

I also carry out home visits in the Sandbach/Crewe area and hold clinics and sports dog workshops at Dig It Dog Training Club, where I am also an Agility Instructor. Read more...


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Obtaining veterinary consent is essential before I can treat your dog

You can download this Consent Form, or I can contact your vet directly if you prefer. If your dog is insured, physiotherapy often forms part of your cover and I can complete your claim forms. Please check your policy.

Please contact me on 07846 024286 or by using the form below to discuss your dog and their needs.

Audra Hurst AdvCertVPhys MIRVAP
Canine Physiotherapist