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Basingstoke Canine Rehabilitation Centre

Rating of 5.00 out of 5
Millers, Station Road
RG25 2NL

About Us

Canine Hydrotherapy, Canine Physiotherapy, and Canine Massage, also Equine Physiotherapy, with qualified, experienced staff.

Basingstoke Canine Rehabilitation Centre specialises in the rehabilitation of dogs recovering from injury or operation, suffering from ongoing conditions such as arthritis, elbow or hip dyslasia, DM, or just getting stiffer in old age. Working with your vet we will create a personal treatment program for each dog which may include home exercises, physiotherapy, hydrotherapy, and massage therapy.

We also offer fitness programs for working dogs, and weight loss programs for those carrying a little more weight than they should.

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Basingstoke Canine Rehabilitation Centre has been reviewed 1 times. Click here to write a review.
Quality:Rating of 5.00 out of 5
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Customer Service:Rating of 5.00 out of 5

Rating of 5 out of 5
Mrs Laker Reviewed on 8th December, 2011

Very impressed by the facilities at Poppy's Pool.
Linda has created the ideal place where she'd like to swim her own dogs. She likes her dogs to have the best :)
I am only going to use it as a fitness swim for my dogs but knowing the qualifications and experience Linda has I would be confident to go there if my dogs ever needed it for rehabilitation too.

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