Doggy Paddle in Norwich launches hydrotherapy for pet dogs

Pet dogs nursing accidents can now be aided in their rehabilitations as a result of swimming following the launch of hydrotherapy for pooches.

Doggy Paddle, a mom-daughter business based mostly on the Hellesdon Park Industrial Estate on the edge of Norwich, has branched out its featuring to assist canines in ache and on the mend from damage.

Originally set up solely as a swimming pool for canine, the unbiased organization has now expanded its featuring to incorporate hydrotherapy.





Labrador, Tinker, receives a blow dry following swimming at Doggy Paddle in Norwich from co-house owners Rachel Lambert (remaining) and her mum George.

– Credit history: Lauren De Boise

Generally used to aid people in their rehabilitation from severe injuries, the company – operate by George and Rachel Lambert – has been ready to introduce it for canines soon after properly securing funding for it from the New Anglia Area Business Partnership (LEP).

Rachel Lambert, a recent graduate of the College of East Anglia, utilized for the LEP’s funding as a result of its UEA enterprise fund.


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She claimed: “We used to increase our leisure supplying to include hydrotherapy, which enables us to support puppies with orthopaedic complications or those that require rehabilitation publish-surgery.

“The funding allowed me to undertake a smaller animal hydrotherapy qualification and order a mobile hoist for the centre and, together with our existing safety measures and cleansing protocols, this will make it possible for us to commence admitting hydrotherapy clients.

“It also usually means veterinary services can actively refer individuals to us and we can charge far more for every session for the very same and perform specifically with the canines without the owners staying present.

“We are so thankful to have been awarded the funding, which is allowing us to broaden and diversity our organization during an or else hard interval.”

The £7,500 grant is 1 of 9 offered out by the LEP to businesses operate by either UEA learners or alumni domestically.

The other recipients are Kaboni Electricity, Teleport, Extensive Cat Merdia, Hutch, Grippitz, Bare Sort, Desyr and Reel Connexions.

David Ellis, director of advancement at the UEA, stated: “It is great to see thrilling new corporations arise many thanks to the UEA company fund.

“UEA is fully commited to assisting people with terrific suggestions and drive, but not essentially the sources to thrive and the fund is a shining case in point of that. We are extremely grateful to the LEP and our community of donors who make it feasible.”