A team of highly qualified veterinary paraprofessionals.
Hydrotherapy pool, (approx 16ft 6ins x 10ft/ 5mx3m) sanitized with chlorine and tested 2/3 times daily to meet CHA requirements. Resistance swim jets, resting platform for massage, ramp entry and electric hoist to lift dogs that can not walk up the ramp and are too heavy to lift.
Underwater cameras to monitor movement.
New extended length aquatic treadmills.
Hydrotherapy Spa (Witney Branch)
Gait Analysis treadmill from the USA (Witney Branch)
Working closely alongside your vet to provide
your dog an individual hydrotherapy programme.
Regular written reports sent to your Vet
Assessment and regular measurements of muscle to monitor progress.
Recreational, fitness and rehabilitation swims with qualified Canine Hydrotherapists.
Puppy swimming and Obesity clinics.
Member of the Canine Hydrotherapy Association and so your hydrotherapy can be paid by your insurance.
Established professional grooming facility with City and Guild trained dog groomers.
Woozelbears Boutique selling collars, harnesses, headcollars, fleece coats, natural treat range and Dog Toys.
Natural Instinct food stockist (Witney branch)
Vets Kitchen Supplement stockist
We currently offer animal hydrotherapy training courses in collaboration with Animal Jobs Direct.
We work closely with a number of physiotherapists, please visit the following websites for more details: www.classicphysiotherapy.co.uk and www.cotswoldanimalphysio.co.uk
New Gait Analysis Treadmill - We have the Second in the UK!
Team Woozelbears are Fully Trained in each area
We are very proud to be able to say that every member of the Woozelbears team is fully qualified in their areas of expertise. This supports our vision for excellence in service across the whole centre.
At the beginning of 2011 Buddy was in a bad way being totally blind and having Cushing’s disease, skin allergies, a type of Cystic Fibrosis causing a nasty cough and a touch of Arthritis. As a result of the Cushings he was also overweight, even with all his medication he was struggling. The vet said the last resort was to give him Hydrotherapy. He has been attending Woozelbears weekly for either swimming or treadmill sessions since January 2011. With loving care and patience from Hydrotherapist Charlotte, it is now November 2011 and the vet says it is unbelievable how remarkably well he is doing and although there is no cure for all that is wrong, his condition is kept under control. It is absolutely certain that without Hydrotherapy he would not be here today being spoilt and still enjoying life. A big thank you to Charlotte and the team at Woozelbears