Thriving Together in February – 🎉CS Hydro-physio Achieves 20 Years in Business🎉

After deciding to change her career, Caroline completed her very first course in Canine Hydrotherapy in 2003, marking the start of an incredible journey…

A Massive Thank You to All Our Clients! ❤️

Unfortunately, CS Hydro-physio has encountered further issues at Theale this month, resulting in the temporary closure of the clinic while the landlord properly resolves the issues. We are hopeful that Theale will be up and running soon.

In the meantime, we want to express our sincere gratitude for your patience and understanding. We understand how frustrating this situation can be and truly appreciate your support.

🥳 Happy 11th Birthday Diggles & Congratulations on Your Braveheart Award 🥳

In February 2024, Diggles not only celebrated his 11th birthday, but also proudly received the Braveheart Award from Goring Vets, marking a remarkable milestone!

This award marks two years post lump discovery, and nearly 18 months post-amputation and chemo, Diggles has shown incredible resilience. What an achievement! 🏆

Goring Vets shared: “Digby has faced a lot of challenges in his 10 years, through which he has been ‘the most amazing, brave, and gentle boy’. Diagnosed with osteosarcoma in 2022, his hind limb was amputated to halt the cancer’s spread. He’s adapted wonderfully to three legs and can even be found with the help of his set of wheels! His owner has done an amazing job looking after him throughout his treatment, and she works tirelessly to ensure he is living his best quality of life.”

Diggles enjoying his hydro session with Auntie Kim
Diggles on his 11th birthday

Did You Know That Mental Stimulation is Just as Important for Your Dog as Walking?

During the colder months or for dogs who may not be inclined to venture outdoors, keeping them mentally engaged indoors is crucial. Here are some stimulating activities to ward off boredom:

1. Lick Mats: Spread their feed, favorite treat or peanut butter on a lick mat, encouraging them to spend time licking and exploring the textured surface.

2. Snuffle Mats: These mats mimic foraging behavior, allowing dogs to search for hidden treats or kibble within the mat’s folds, engaging their sense of smell and mental faculties.

3. Hide & Seek Games: Hide treats or toys around the house and encourage your dog to sniff them out, providing mental stimulation and physical activity.

4. Scatter Feeding: Scatter their food around the house or use puzzle feeders to make mealtime more engaging and challenging.

By incorporating these indoor activities into your dog’s routine, you can ensure they receive the mental stimulation they need, regardless of the weather or circumstances.

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