Butterwick Animal Rehab Clinic is Teesside’s longest running, and most highly qualified, canine rehabilitation centre (something we are a little proud of). We achieved this by providing a good honest service which gets great results and have treated over a thousand dogs since we started. The clinic invests heavily in both equipment and education for our therapists because we are passionate about making a difference. We are proud members of the Canine Hydrotherapy Association and our animal physio is an assoc. member of IRVAP. With Physiotherapy and Hydrotherapy (pool, underwater treadmill), we can offer a complete rehabilitation package for your pet.
BARC's primary focus is to provide an individual, high quality service. We have created a practice that we believe in, even for our own family members/pets. Everyone in our office, from our receptionist to your animal physiotherapist, has one goal in mind - to help your dog feel better. You'll always be greeted with a smile and leave with an even bigger one on your face.
Our committed, caring and friendly outpatient rehabilitation clinic is staffed with an Veterinary Physiotherapist and Canine Hydrotherapists . The Team consists of a Veterinary physiotherapist (Mark Harding) and two Canine Hydrotherapists (Helen Gosling and Chloe Fenwick) at our clinic. Additionally, we have a practice manager (Wendy) who deals with much of the administration behind the scenes.
We pride ourselves on being a family owned business focused on getting your dog back to their former glory. Whether it's post surgery rehabilitation, maintaining your pet in old age or just to help lose a few pounds, we will work alongside you and your vet to ensure your dog gets the very best care and individual attention they deserve to restore them to peak performance.
There are a number of issues that Rehabilitation will help with:
Cruciate ligament injuries
Pre/Post surgery rehab
Muscle Wastage / Injury
Return to function/fitness
Canine Athletes to achieve peak performance
Canine Rehabilitation is available only via referral from your Vet and we would recommend that if you have any concerns about the health of your animal you should consult them first. Rehabilitation is not an alternative to veterinary medicine and care - we will not diagnose and are unable to prescribe for any condition.
If you would like book an appointment with us please either email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01740 620396 and we will arrange your consultation with our Veterinary Physiotherapist or Hydrotherapists. (Our referrals forms and terms and conditions can be downloaded here).
We'll look forward to hearing from you!