Galen Canine Myotherapist
Isle of Wight
07732 789 624
Anyone that knows me knows I am just dog crazy, all shapes, sizes and breeds. Having had a variety of dogs myself, from a Mini Dachshund to a Great Dane, and currently lucky enough to have six dogs in my life: a mini smooth haired dachshund called Rolo, a mini wire haired dachshund called Willow, (of a very dodgy polish descent), a rescue Collie cross from Spain called Luna, a Lurcher called Cleo, Pointer Sergucio rescue from Cyprus called Lambi and a Romanian rescue puppy called Nellie.
All with very different personalities & traits and all humble and amaze me everyday, as does every dog I meet. I have always wanted to do something with dogs but never previously had the opportunity however, when nearing a milestone birthday, I decided it was now or never. After much research and deciding training to be a behaviourist was not a good idea with my unruly brood, I fortunately then a came across Galen Myotherapy.
I loved how Julia’s methods connected with dogs the way I did, understanding how they communicate and giving dogs the choice to be treated and soon enrolled on the Galen Myotherapy course. The theory side of the course was very in-depth and at times extremely hard work and the practical’s were a fantastic experience with such wonderful supportive tutors. After 2 and a half years, I have finally fulfilled my dream & got my Diploma and now a fully Qualified Galen Canine Myotherapist, I also have a Canine First Aid Certificate. I am fully insured and able to offer myotherapy to your dogs in their own homes and feel privileged and honoured to be able to offer myotherapy to these wonderful creatures to help them live their best lives.