Waiting area, reception and shop

"Comfortable waiting area and reception"

Areception and waiting areaquavet Hydrotherapy Centre is setup over two floors.

The main area downstairs being the Pool room and the Underwater Treadmill room - with reception area. This area includes complimentary refreshments facilities and toilets.

Upstairs consists of office, Physiotherapy and Training room. Pets that are unable to manage the stairs can be treated on the lower level.

We have a car park at the front of the premises and ask clients to park sensibly. At the top of Oak Street there is a park where you can take your dogs to ensure they are toileted prior to treatment.

"Small shop area selling various dog products"

sample of item for sale in the aquavet shop

There is a small shop area selling a variety of items including treats, toys, aqua-mats etc at reduced prices.

Dog food can also be purchased on request. If there is something in particular you require we are happy to order it for you.


Give us a call - 0114 258 3221

If you need more information about how we can help with your Dog, please get in touch. We welcome a 'phone call and are more than happy to answer your questions. You can also email us or download an information pack.


Our clients say it best
  • We brought Buster our 8 yr old Shih Tsu to Aquavets due to his bad arthritis he had become very quiet, overweight and was only walking a few yards each walk. Following ten swimming and three physio sessions, we have a happy, slim and energetic dog again. Instead of thinking we were losing him shortly we are now looking forward to a long future with our very loved family member. Thank you to Abbey Vets for referring us. Marion Davis –Marion Davis

  • Aquavets was life changing for Bernard (then aged 11)and for us. Bernard was losing all feeling in his legs and was becoming visibly depressed; being able to swim and chase his ball in the water gave him a new lease of life. He could walk further and was clearly a happier dog. He LOVED going to aquavets and so did I. The staff were so friendly and understanding. Bernard was nearly 13 when he passed away and I am sure the 2 years we attended the hydrotherapy sessions were invaluable in maintaining and improving his quality of life. He had acute spondolosis of the spine and severe arthritis which limited his movements, but in the water he was a puppy just playing and having fun as well as gaining invaluable exercise. I can not recommend this treatment highly enough –Mrs Chilvers


Fully qualified and experienced Canine Hydrotherapist
registered with the National Association of Registered Canine Hydrotherapists

Lisa Dobson - Aquavet owner
is a fully qualified and experienced Canine Hydrotherapist and registered with the National Association of Registered Canine Hydrotherapists