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Helen grew up in South Cambridgeshire and moved to Chrishall to set up her business in 2015. She has a BSc (Hons) in International Equine and Agricultural Business Management from The Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, as well as being a fully qualified teacher with QTS status, and a PGCE from Nottingham Trent University.
During her time at Cirencester, Helen travelled the world, studying world class rehabilitaion centres and veterinary hospitals, understanding and learning about how to tailor equipment and programs to be of the highest benefit to their animals. She also completed a work placement at the Equine Fertility Unit in Newmarket, learning from and assisting the acclaimed Veterinary Scientist, Twink Allen, with embryo transfer and research.
Helen holds a Level 3 Certificate from ABC in Small Animal Hydrotherapy, completing her training at Whitehouse Canine Hydrotherapy Training Centre in Lincolnshire.
While at school and university, Helen competed her horse George at BE level and still fits the odd ride into her busy schedule. In the winter, she works her springer spaniel, Millie on a local shoot picking up.
Although Helen is extremely happy to welcome all dogs to the centre, the real joy she finds in her job, is in seeing dogs improving in their strength and mobility as a result of a carefully tailored hydrotherapy program. She is very happy to talk to you in person or over the phone to discuss the needs of your canine.
'What an Awesome and inspirational young lady is Helen! Trust is hard to find with worries in your mind and when your most beloved dog is ill or has issues, that naturally puts worries on your mind.. When you meet Helen you will meet the most approachable person, you will meet someone who completely understands how you might feel anxious about how your dog might be handled. I can promise you that you have no reason to worry at all. Helen is fab, and friendly, has sensitivity and humor while it might be a case of your dog needing hydro after injury, which is of couse extremely distressing, you can be assured that your dog is in the very best of hands.'