All sessions must be booked in advance - Vet referral /consent form required for first swim.

Prior to your first appointment we will require a completed veterinary consent/referral form.  This gives us information on your dogs specific condition & requirements and also confirms that your dog is able to attend hydrotherapy sessions.

 

 

 

You can download a form using the link below or alternatively we can send one to you.

Veterinary Consent/ Referral Form

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Terms & Conditions

Whilst every care is taken to ensure the safety of dogs undergoing treatment, all dogs are still the responsibility of the owner.

 

All treatment courses including those to be part of an insurance claim must be paid for in full on the day of treatment prior to the dog entering the pool.

 

Please ensure your dog's vaccinations are up to date and bring their records with you on their first visit.

 

Please do not feed your dog for at least 3 hours prior to the hydrotherapy session and ensure they have been to the toilet before arrival.

 

Veterinary authorisation must be obtained prior to your hydrotherapy session.

 

Any fouling on site must be cleaned up by the owner (please ask if you need a bag).

 

Bitches in season will not be allowed on site.

 

Dogs with infectious or contagious conditions such as eye, ear or skin infections will not be treated.

 

Fylde Coast Canine Hydrotherapy reserve the right to refuse treatment to any dog.

 

When visiting, all persons are strongly advised to wear sensible shoes with non-slip soles if possible as the floor in the pool room can become very wet during swimming sessions.

 

Fylde Coast Canine Hydrotherapy cannot be held responsible for any loss or injury to any person or animal whilst on the premises.

 

When not undergoing treatment dogs must be kept on a lead at all times.

 

Vehicles and contents are parked at owner's risk.

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