Name: Alfie Age: 12 years old Breed: Staffordshire Bull Terrier Condition: Hind Limb Osteoarthritis and a Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture & Repair in Left Hind Limb. Alfie first attended the centre in July 2014 following diagnosis of hind limb osteoarthritis, associated weakness and […]
Hawksmoor would like to Congratulate one of our former students Graham Cooper and his team at Splash Paws on receiving the Outstanding Hydrotherapy Centre of the Year Award from the Canine Hydrotherapy Association Well done!!
The college of Animal Physiotherapy is the premier global training centre for animal/veterinary physiotherapists. The college of Animal Physiotherapy is based at Tyningham Hall, near Aylesbury, the home of Sherry Scott, President and Founder of the International Association of Animal Therapists (IAAT) The animal physiotherapy started life as TCAP. Since launching the diploma in 2003 […]
It has been bought to our attention that when putting details in a google search, Hawksmoor Kennels is being viewed as Four Paws Kennels and Grooming. We would like to assure our clients that this company is not associated with Hawksmoor and the contact telephone numbers for Hawksmoor are NOT the ones listed on this […]
Excellent informative lecturers by leaders in their field. A good day was had by all.
Hawksmoor enjoyed meeting Solihull college BSc (Hons) degree in animal behaviour and welfare students who were attending lectures on hydrotherapy as part of there degree course. Great Feedback from the students today Thank you.“Fantastic facility and great day for the students. Thank you”“Really fun and informative day, learnt lots, thanks for all the tea!”“Staff really friendly […]
Congratulations to all students who have received an academic award but also congratulations to ALL of our Hawksmoor students. Each and everyone of you work so hard to achieve your qualifications, whether it be Level 3 Certificates or Level 3 Diploma’s in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals, making our job very hard to decide who should […]
Hawksmoor are proud to announce it’s TV debut. We were featured on channel 5’s The Dog Rescuers in July 2014 where we helped amputee Bella to improve her muscle tone.