Welcome to Aqua Paws

We are a new canine hydrotherapy facility in the Surrey Hills offering a purpose built hydrotherapy pool and underwater treadmill.  All of the treatment at Aqua Paws is carried out by a registered canine hydrotherapist and in a relaxed and comfortable environment.

Top Priority

Your pet’s health is our top priority.

The treatment carried out at Aqua Paws will be tailored to each patients needs.  Using the hydrotherapy pool or under water treadmill, or a combination of both, the treatment will be adjusted where necessary to ensure your pet receives the best possible treatment and achieves the most successful result possible.


Why Hydrotherapy?

What results can or might your pet get

Why Hydrotherapy?

Hydrotherapy can range from simply floating in the water or a gentle swim to relieve inflammation and pain or more vigorous exercise to increase use of limbs, muscle tone and bulk or to strengthen the support for joints.

If your dog has suffered an injury, has an orthopedic condition or is recovering from surgery, treatment in this non weight bearing or partially weight bearing environment, can assist recovery. Treatment can be less painful in water and improves range of movement, which can be difficult on land.

Hydrotherapy promotes physical well-being and can benefit dogs with numerous conditions. It can also be used for improving or maintaining fitness, weight loss or simply just for fun in a safe environment.


What is Hydrotherapy used for?

Hydrotherapy can be used to:

Reduce inflammation and swelling

Decrease pain

Relax muscle tension

Increase joint range of movement

Increase strength, tone and muscle bulk

Help with returning to normal life or work

Slowing of progression of some symptoms of degenerative diseases

Improve quality of life

Pre or Post operative conditioning

Aid recovery

 Increase fitness

 Weight loss

 Improve confidence in the water


What conditions are treatable?

Conditions may include:

 Post operative rehabilitation


 Elbow dysplasia

 Patella luxation

 Cruciate ligament rupture

 Degenerative myelopathy

 Hip dysplasia


 Spinal injuries

 Spondylosis – spinal arthritis

 Muscle atrophy


 Mobility problems

 Weight control

The Pool, Treadmill & Laser Therapy

Tried & tested treatments & exercises for your pet.

Both the pool and treadmill are heated between 29-31 degree c and is tested throughout the day to maintain a high standard of cleanliness.

Each session will include:

 A health check prior to treatment

 A tailored treatment programme

 One to one hydrotherapy session

 Use of the pool or treadmill or a combination of both

Use of the pool, treadmill or laser, or a combo of both hydro & laser

 Post treatment shower

 Access to drying facilities

 Progress reports for you and your vet

By choosing to use a Registered Canine Hydrotherapist (RCH) you can be assured that the hydrotherapist looking after your dog is trained in hydrotherapy and is required to abide by a code of practice and ethics by their professional association.

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