Meet the team
In 2012, Victoria was human massage based and gained a Level 3 qualification in Beauty therapy massage. She then went on to gain her Level 3 award in Sports Therapy Massage.
In addition to this, she also undertook specialised training in deep tissue massage, pregnancy massage and became a qualified ‘Dorn Method’ practitioner.
In order to follow her dream of working with Animals, in 2019 Victoria became qualified as a Small Animal Massage practitioner and a Small Animal Massage rehabilitation practitioner in the North West School of Animal Massage, based in the USA. Both courses are approved by the Washington State Department of Health, the Washington State Board of Massage.
Victoria has now gained the Level 3 award in Canine Hydrotherapy and is working towards her Level 4 diploma in Canine Hydrotherapy.
Victoria is a member of the International Association of Animal Therapists which provides assurance of professional standards and continuing education.
Natalie qualified as a Level 3 Canine hydrotherapist back in 2021 studying with K9HS and joined The Small Animal Clinic this year.
Having previously worked at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, where she developed her passion for rescue dogs and canine behaviour. This alongside working and volunteering at a handful of veterinary clinics opened Natalie’s eyes to Hydrotherapy and the incredible results it can have.
Natalie continues to strive to further her skills and help dogs in any way she can and has since gained her level 3 Aquatic Treadmill Practice qualification. Alongside her hydrotherapy Natalie works at The Dogs Trust to continue helping rescue dogs on a daily basis.
Come visit us!
You will find ‘The Small Animal Clinic’s’ Hydrotherapy centre within ‘Centre Paws’ in Wymondham, Norfolk.
Incorporating a dog groomer, dog agility, a dog friendly café, animal massage and even alpaca trekking, Centre Paws is the ideal place to bring your dog. We are only five minutes from the A11 and 20 minutes from Norwich, and you will find ample car parking on site.