We Will Support You
We understand how traumatic it is to learn your pet has a condition needing treatment, so we'll support you both by giving you one-to-one service when you most need help.
We'll keep you in the picture about your pet's progress. We'll explain your pet's individual therapy plan and the possible outcomes of treatment. As therapy progresses, we'll update you and involve you in decisions about your pet's progress.
Because each animal is an individual, your pet will have its own therapy plan. We'll make sure your pet progresses happily and confidently at its’ own speed.
The usual goal of the therapy plan is for your pet to recover. However, if full recovery is not possible, we'll aim for the greatest possible improvement and reduction in pain.
Supporting veterinary surgeons
We'll provide services for your clients according to your requirements. We'll report back to you regularly so you can monitor progress.
Our team includes a qualified professional specialising in each therapy we offer, so you can be sure your clients will receive the best and most up-to-date treatment.
121 Animal Therapy is a member of the Canine Hydrotherapy Association.
The cost of each half hour hydrotherapy session is £40 However, the first session will be longer as we take a full history and try to introduce the animal slowly to new surroundings. The time spent swimming is initially very short, but increases as the animal progressively builds up strength. This price applies irrespective of which item or items of equipment are being used. You may pre-book a block of 11 sessions for £400, giving you a saving of £40.
There is a charge of £35 for pet defecation. Do not feed for at least two hours before, and at least two hours after hydrotherapy.
Contact your insurers to see if they will cover your costs.
We accept block bookings.
At present we accept: Cash, Cheques with a cheque card, Paypal and also Bank Transfer, but do not currently accept credit or debit cards.
Payment is the owner's responsibility and must be made prior to treatment.
Occasionally for everyone’s safety, we may consider it necessary for a dog to be muzzled when it is here for treatment.