Fit4dogsuk Canine Hydrotherapy and Rehabilation Centre shortlisted for prestigious Per Service Business of the Year award

Kirsty Skeates

Fit4dogsuk a Canine Hydrotherapy Center is located in Eastyorkshire. They provide a place for dogs to recover, heal and have fun using an indoor heated pool, underwater treadmill is celebrating after being shortlisted for a prestigious Pet Service Business of the Year award.

The award recognises businesses that go above and beyond to provide an excellent service, and Fit4dogsuk has been recognised for its high-quality hydrotherapy and rehabilitation services for dogs.

Founder Kirsty Skeates featured in the Per Service Business of the Year at the Pet Industry Foundation Awards and celebrated at the ceremony on Thursday night.

Kirsty Skeates decided to launch her pet business after witnessing the success of Hydrotherapy on dogs, who have suffered from cruciate injury and other injury’s and conditions.

The benefits of hydrotherapy are well documented and include improved circulation, reduced inflammation, increased range of motion and reduced pain. Hydrotherapy can also be used as a form of exercise for dogs who are unable to walk or run due to injury, obesity or old age.

Kirsty’s Hydrotherapy centre is based in the East Yorkshire of England and offers a range of services including physiotherapy, massage, acupuncture and hydrotherapy.

We’re proud to have accomplished so much since we opened, including treating hundreds of dogs. We’re also proud to have been awarded the Best Canine Rehabilitation & Hydrotherapy Centre 2022, UK Enterprise Awards 2022 earlier this year.

Our staff are passionate about what they do and have extensive knowledge of treating a range of conditions and injuries.

Our state-of-the-art facilities provide a comfortable and enjoyable experience for both dog and owner.

Kirsty said: “I’m really proud of my business and the difference we’re making to the lives of dogs and their owners.

We offer a unique service that helps dogs to recover from injury and illness, and improve their quality of life.”It’s great to be able to offer a service that can help so many dogs and their owners.

The Hydrotherapy centre has been a real success and we’re proud to be able to offer it to the community.”

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