Meet our Hydrotherapists


My name is Lorna and I have been the proprietor of Well-dogs since 2011 designing the centre specifically for Canine Hydrotherapy.
I have a Level 4 Award in Small Animal Hydrotherapy.

I believe that our clients deserve the best practice possible in Small Animal Hydrotherapy and as a N.A.R.C.H registered provider and Approved Practical Hydrotherapy Trainer I can help ensure that N.A.R.C.H registered Canine Hydrotherapists and Centres are providing a good quality of care and responsibility.

Other relevant qualifications include diplomas in Canine Massage and Canine Behaviour and completion of L3 Canine Nutrition course with Reaseheath College.

I have owned Border collies for over 40 years and we enjoy our long walks, agility and of course swimming!



 I am Hannah and I joined Well-dogs as a Hydrotherapist in August 2021.

 I am a practicing mobile Veterinary Physiotherapist, running 'Reflexions Veterinary Physiotherapy' after qualifying with a Level 7 Post-Graduate Diploma in February 2021. I am a member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP) and am registered with the Animal Health Professions' Register (AHPR). I hope to complete further training to become a N.A.R.C.H certified hydrotherapist.

I have Bo the Lakeland Terrier at home, who enjoys trick training, hoopers, agility and canicross. We also do some succesful conformation breed showing.




Hi my name is Amy and am a N.A.R.C.H registered Hydrotherapist. I have a Level 3 Certificate in Small Animal Hydrotherapy and been part of the team since October 2017. I have worked in a number of animal related roles including with dogs, especially German Shepherds.

I own two Labradors who love swimming, if they are not in the pool they can be found splashing about in puddles somewhere.


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