K9HS Courses Blog
Read our latest articles to learn more about how you can improve the lives of dogs in your professional care. Our goal is to keep you up to date with all the exciting training pathways that are open to you as a canine clinician.
Exploring why safe and effective water management in canine hydrotherapy is so important and part of being a professional canine therapist. Includes updates on the the latest advances and clinical skills development in current canine hydrotherapy.
Canine therapists are healthcare professionals providing a therapeutic service to dogs and their owners. As practitioners, we use clinical reasoning skills to provide the best treatment for our canine patients to improve their balance, movement and function, leading to happy dogs.
Canine therapists wellbeing is crucial for successful practice and essential for the overall welfare of the therapist, dog and owner clients. We know wellbeing is fundamental to the individual plus has a significant impact on the service they provide.
Proactive thinking time including creative time, is invaluable in achieving long term success for your therapy business. An ethical led service balancing your beliefs and maintaining a healthy work-life approach, is the optimum approach for canine therapists.
Understanding how to use health checks as a regular monitoring process is an invaluable practical skill for all those who work with dogs. The wellbeing and health of every dog matters and being prepared for emergencies is essential to provide the best care.
Dogs organise their canine movement very differently to humans. They require specific canine assessment and treatment techniques to achieve the best results to improve their mobility and function, to live their life to the full.
Canine Movement Enrichment techniques consists of Therapeutic Handling and Clinic Enrichment treatment techniques. This holistic approach is very proprioceptively enriched, achieving amazing results for dogs movement, fitness and function.