We are fortunate to boast four qualified hydrotherapists at the centre so you can rest assured that each member of our team has the relevant skills, knowledge and experience.

We work closely alongside vets and other professionals as part of a multi-disciplinary team to achieve the best outcome. We attend regular seminars and CPD to keep up to the minute with any advancements and new techniques. As a team we are passionate that your dog receives the best treatment possible.


Janet Stevenson

Having grown up on a farm Janet has always worked with animals but has an affinity with dogs and knew she wanted a career working with them. Janet gained her qualification in dog training and behaviour at the IABTC and went on to teach instructors in the field. Janet worked along with Alan to set up and build the hydrotherapy business in 2011. In 2015 Janet gained her level 3 diploma in small animal hydrotherapy and later in the year achieved a qualification in advanced treadmill hydrotherapy. Although Janet enjoys helping rehabilitate all dogs she has a particular interest in spinal and neurological cases. Outside of work Janet enjoys spending time with her own dogs be that walking or scent training.

Alan Stevenson RCH

Alan has owned dogs all of his life and is passionate about health and wellbeing.

Alan qualified in 2010 at Greyfriars in Surrey and left his previous job to concentrate on building up the business. He enjoys the variety of cases each day brings and works hard to achieve the best outcome for our clients. Alan has a wealth of experience and the patients really take to his calm persona. Alan’s speciality breed are Labradors as he knows the them inside out, this is of great use as we treat a large number of Labradors with many different conditions. When not in the pool Alan likes being outdoors walking his 3 dogs.


Hayley Coel RCH

Hayley has always had a passion for animals. Her interest in hydrotherapy really came about when she saw first-hand the difference it made to her rescue Labrador Sunny.

Hayley has worked in kennels and been training dogs since 2003, she joined our team in 2013 and gained her Level 3 Diploma in Small Animal Hydrotherapy and Advanced Treadmill Hydrotherapy in 2015. Hayley has an interest in working with Osteoarthritis patients and finds helping improve their quality of life very rewarding. Hayley currently owns 4 dogs and a cat that have all benefited from hydrotherapy treatment. In her spare time she likes being outdoors taking part in various activities that usually involves at least one of her dogs.


Paula Faulkner

Paula has had a love of animals from a young age, her interest in hydrotherapy developed after taking her dogs for fitness swims to improve stamina as they compete in flyball and she found the transformation remarkable. Paula joined the team in September 2015, initially as an assistant and then went on to gain her Level 3 Certificate in small Animal Hydrotherapy in March 2018. As Paula is waiting for hip surgery she understands the benefits of being in the pool first hand and has great empathy towards the dogs. In her spare time Paula is kept extremely busy doing various activities with her 6 dogs.