Hugo and Clarrie's Hydro Report

2021-10-06

Splish, splash! What a great day for a swim in the warm hydro Pool! It was our PLEASURE to take your dog for a lesson of swimming with the Noahs Crossing Vet team.

Hydrotherapy is not just fun it comes with numerous benefits such as low impact exercise for muscles and joint, helps build on the dogs confidence and fitness, it is a great exposure experience and helps to build on your dogs swimming style and confidence with water.

After their swim you may find they will either be full of energy with a second boost of adrenaline or they will be out like a light snoozing off today's accomplishments. Either way, they deserve it!

Please find below some quick notes given by the qualified Hydro-therapist and a note from our team how the dog was during their time with us.

Hugo and Clarrie's overall feedback

They both are getting so much more confident and comfortable in the pool!

We recommend
Hydro
Hugo and Clarrie's movement
Full extensions, fantastic
Hugo and Clarrie's activity level
Active full session
Hugo and Clarrie's motivation
Loved the treats

A word from us

We love taking Hugo and Clarrie to their hydro days. They both are loving it so much! Clarrie's confidence is growing in the water and was so eager to jump straight into the water today! This makes us so happy! Hugo swam really well.. he's getting great at his free swimming and has a lot of fun during these sessions. Was so in love with the treats! Two of our favourite swimmers... we can't wait to keep seeing them!

A word from Noah's

Clarrie's confidence has absolutely soared this session. He was so comfortable with or without Hugo by his side and he had a lot of fun! We started incorporating some spins and figure 8's into his swims. He just kept going! Hugo is still... Hugo! He came bounding in with his butt wiggling ready to dive straight into the pool. His confidence doing free swims is growing! He is enjoying his time so much and can't wait to keep working with him!

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